Careers Service

Careers in Tech & Data (6-24 February)

What is the #EdTechDataCareers campaign? 

As one of the biggest areas of growth we want to encourage students from all degree disciplines to consider the range of options a Tech & Data career can offer; inspiration for our Informatics students at the top end of the technical skills spectrum, options for students from other STEM subjects with solid relevant skills, and advice for non-STEM students with a developing interest and the capacity to learn. 

#EdTechDataCareers is designed to help you raise your profile and promote your graduate positions, internships and other paid opportunities that can come under the “Tech & Data Careers” banner.

How do I book?

Exhibitor Booking Form

How do I get involved?  

Which students will engage with this campaign? 

The campaign will be promoted to students from all subject areas and all year groups but would expect most interest to come from Undergraduates in years 2-4/5 and post-graduate taught students.  Would expect about 60% interest from students in our College of Science & Engineering (includes Informatics) and 40% non-STEM from our College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.  We hope the “Women in Tech & Data” in person networking session will attract at least 20 students and the on-campus Careers Fair at least 500 students.  Further engagement will come from students searching #EdTechDataCareers on MyCareerHub and socials, including our Blog. 

 

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Careers in Tech & Data (6-24 February)

Careers in Tech & Data is designed to help you raise your profile and promote your graduate positions, internships and other paid opportunities that can come under the “Tech & Data Careers” banner.

Online & on-campus