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Could you provide a final year project for a Northumbria student?

Northumbria Graduate Futures are working in partnership with the Department of Computing and Information Sciences to connect Northumbria students with industry professionals.  Final Year student undertake a live project as part of the Team Project and Professionalism module. Groups of five students complete 100 hours each. Hours are completed during January - April 2022.

Students have the flexibility to work on several functions within the group and with a commitment of 500 hours per project, this is a fantastic opportunity to boost the performance of your organisation. Talented Northumbria students can contribute the experience and expertise to develop a software project in line with your business needs. This could include the production of web or mobile apps, games or the development of IT infrastructure.

This opportunity is aimed at all industry sectors and would be of particular benefit to SMEs and organisations in the third sector who would greatly benefit from the additional capacity a student can provide. If you are Northumbria graduate with the scope to support a current Northumbria student, please contact sv.employers@northumbria.ac.uk. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to support the next generation of Northumbria talent!


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