Update On The InfoLab21 Graduate Academy
The aim of the InfoLab21 Graduate Academy (IGA) is to raise the capability of digital industries in the region and enhance the competitive advantage of the ICT sector by providing graduate capability and access to academic commercial research derivatives, while also developing mechanisms to support graduate retention.
IGA graduates may undertake short-term 'placements' in a company for a period of 2-4 weeks to work closely with staff on a specified project.
Alternatively, they may be based in the University working closely with academics or technical staff to develop R&D or solutions on behalf of the clients. IGA graduates will be supported by two experienced team leaders and a project manager. The KBC are currently advertising for more graduates.
If you have a project that may be suitable, or for more information, contact Nick or Colin at the KBC.
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Story supplied by LU Press Office
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