Applications are now open for our 2020 Summer Internships!
See below for more information and to apply now.
Solve real problems for customers around the world in financial services, insurance, and gaming industries.
Discover how machine learning is used to fight fraud and catch criminals every day.
This is an incredible opportunity to develop your skills, whilst experiencing life at one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK.
During your placement you will participate in a collaborative project, working in a small team of carefully selected interns on a real-world, challenging problem. Interns will specialise in either Software Engineering or Data Science, and will need to work closely with the wider company to achieve their project goals.
You will receive mentoring and guidance from industry leaders along the way, helping to develop your knowledge and skills throughout the programme.
Who we're looking for
We are looking for bright students in the UK with a positive, start-up attitude and a degree course in one of the following areas:
- Computer Science
- Machine Learning
- Natural Sciences
- And other STEM subjects
If you're not studying a degree in one of these areas but are passionate about programming, we'd still like to hear from you!
What you'll get
As members of the team for the duration of their project, interns will be working on meaningful projects building real-world experience. Additionally you will receive a range of benefits including but not limited to:
- Competitive salary
- Free Friday team lunches
- Regular socials
- Fridge & cupboards packed full of edible treats
- Weekly game evenings with pizza
- Lunchtime sports clubs
The Application Process
Stage 1: Submit your application online
Choose to apply for a role in Data Science or Software Engineering. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we recommend applying early to avoid disappointment.
Stage 2: Skills Assessment
Once your application has been reviewed, applicants will be invited to complete a short test designed to assess their current knowedge and problem solving skills. You will be sent the test via email and asked to return it through the included link to the Recruitment team.
Stage 3: Interviews
The next stage of the applications will be interviews, which are planned to take place in the evening on Thursday 27th February at our head office in Cambridge. You will have a short interview with one of the team as well as the chance to meet and chat with a few other team members over pizza and drinks. If you are unable to make the event the team can organise a Skype interview instead.
This is not only a chance for us to meet you, but also a chance for you to learn more about how our company works, the culture in the office, and to ask any questions you might have about the internship. You'll also meet other applicants who may end up on the programme with you.
Stage 4: Offer
If you are successful in the first three stages, the next step will be for our recruitment team to make you an offer. If you accept, you will need to be ready to start fighting fraud during Summer 2020!