Code to Win!

TCS CodeVita, a programming contest, is aimed at attracting university students to adopt the coding culture and experience the joy of programming.  Winners get a trip to India for the grand finale and a chance to win $10,000.

Find out more information and register for CodeVita.  Registration closes on
22 November 2017 at 11:59 PM IST

JHIT Conference

jhit conference_4novA 3 day free IT conference with a theme: Information technology: Breaking Barriers from 2-4 November 2017.  The event is open to Brunel students who have an interest in or are studying towards a degree in the business or information technology discipline. As well as gaining knowledge it will be a great opportunity to network, meet professionals who are already working in the industry and to form and build new relationships.

There will be a keynote speech by John Morton (CEO of CPM and a founder to three technology start-ups), talks and workshops that are industry-focused and interactive, on a wide range of industry subjects and topics: Cyber Security & Your Digital Footprint, GDPR, Agile Delivery, Big Data, Software Development, Develop Hub, Hackathon, Web Site Design Workshop and a CV clinic.  The conference is supported by the British Computer Society (BCS) who have contributed speakers.

Find out about the speakers, registration and workshops scheduled for the conference.

IT & Technology Graduate Careers Fair

Technical or non-technical graduate, postgraduate  (including master’s and PhD) or undergraduate?  The Fair is an opportunity to explore your options for a graduate career, placement or internship, including roles in software development, marketing, consulting, project management, business development, customer support and analysis of how people interact with the technology around them.  The event includes ‘Careers for women in tech and consulting’.

East Wintergardens, Canary Wharf, London
4 October 2017
Find out more and register

TARGETjobs Events programme

events_0604Advance warning of the TARGETjobs events programme for the autumn and spring terms: