With the support of his department and lecturers, Thomas researched companies in order to ﬁnd the ones that provided the best opportunities and support for graduates embarking on their careers.
Ross walked straight out of Edge Hill with a First Class Computing degree into a graduate position with QVC UK, and his employment is a direct result of his attendance and engagement at the 2017 Computer Science Careers Fair.
A passionate software developer, Dan knew the career he wanted after graduation but struggled with confidence in his ability.
After impressing his future employer at a Computer Science careers fair, Mark Corke secured a job with global banking firm Barclays, and is now part of the team helping to recruit new Edge Hill University graduates.
Two Computer Science graduates have used their knowledge of new technologies to take their employers’ businesses to new levels. As Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associates, Max Gilbert and Joe Bolton took on challenging projects designed to share technical skills and knowledge of new technologies with local organisations.
A dedication to learning new skills and a desire to push boundaries helped Tom Walker not only gain a first class degree, but also secure a valuable job with the Co-op.
Every year employers and students gather to network and discuss employment opportunities in the digital technology industry at Edge Hill’s annual Computing Careers Fair.
Computer Science students Martin McCaslin and Caleb Mathomes have used their programming skills to potentially help children in difficult and traumatic situations.
Making progress towards his desired career as a Test Engineer whilst studying at Edge Hill was a real advantage for Alex.
Edge Hill’s Dr Mark Hall, PhD student Daniel Campbell, and Dr Bob Nicholson joined forces to help create the Victorian Meme Machine, a tool that generates memes by pairing digitised Victorian jokes and images from the British Library’s digital collection.
Academics from Edge Hill’s Computer Science Department successfully completed a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the security and retail hardware and software solutions company, Business Insight 3 (Bi3).
Taking part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities supported by Edge Hill’s Computer Science Department has boosted Amy’s conﬁdence as well as her CV.
A summer internship with e-commerce company The Hut Group not only expanded Jacob Cleaver’s technical skills and exposed him to new programming languages, it also helped him step straight into employment after graduation.