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Accenture Inspiring Women in Technology Insight Day (Software Engineering Graduate Programme)

15a Cobalt Business Park


Join us for one of our Inspiring Women in Technology Insight Days at our Newcastle Cobalt Business Park office.


These exciting events are aimed at graduates interested in working with the most advanced technologies, to create winning solutions for clients across the globe.  


You will hear from  a range of Software Engineers as they talk about the innovative solutions they have created and provide insights on building a successful career at Accenture. You will also have the opportunity to Network with business professionals and learn about the societies, groups and support available at within the Accenture community. 



You will also be fast tracked to Assessment Centre on the day of the event and have the opportunity to secure a place on our Software Engineering Graduate programme.


How to apply to attend: If you would like to join us at this event, please submit your application here. We require some basic information from you, including a CV upload which should take no longer than five minutes to complete. We will be filling places on a first-come, first-served basis, so we advise applying early.


Find out more about the event here

Event Details

15a Cobalt Business Park
1 Quick Silver Way
NE27 0QQ


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