The Tech Partnership

An ITMB degree definitely helped me to secure my placement at IBM and this, along with the skills I developed by attending the ITMB networking events, both as a student and now as an employer, has benefited me greatly.  

Alex Bennett, ITMB graduate

Student Events

Meet your future employer at annual events

 

The Tech Partnerships hosts exclusive annual events for ITMB and SDfB students across the country. Through them students can meet employers, network with their peers, gain skills and get their name out there with potential recruiters, helping them land their dream job after they've finished their degree.

At events, you can:

  • Discover placement and graduate schemes opportunties from top companies
  • Practise your networking skills with peers and employers
  • Listen to inspirational talks from company leaders around tech subjects
  • Expand your knowledge through employability skills sessions and gain crucial advice on interviewing and CV writing
  • Make friends and talk to alumni who have studied your course
  • Compete with other universities and win prizes for your tech and business ideas and build accomplishments to add to your CV

 

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