We offer a number scholarships, starting in your first or third year or study.
A scholar will receive around £1,000 per annum (some companies offer more, some slightly less), and will be offered a paid work placement over the summer between the third and fourth years of study.
When you graduate the awarding company may offer you a job. You are not obliged to accept it.
KAL is a global software company dedicated solely to multi-vendor ATM software.
MISYS is a leading application software and services provider to the financial services and healthcare industries.
The first step in applying for one of these scholarships is to apply to study in the School of Informatics at Edinburgh through the UCAS system. If your examination results at the end of your first semester are good you will be automatically selected and invited to apply for a scholarship.
We will then forward your CV and exam results to the sponsoring company and you will be invited to an interview. Following the interview, the company will write to you to let you know whether your application has been successful.
KEYCOM offers four scholarships to students who apply to study Informatics, Business Studies, Mathematics, and Engineering.
This article was published on May 1, 2012