HOW DO I APPLY?1. Please complete the IBM Application Template as the first action.2. The IBM Application Template MUST be completed before you continue with your application.3. Copy and paste the link into a new web browser to download the application formhttp://www-05.ibm.com/employment/uk/students/downloads/UniversityStudentsApplicationFormFinal.doc4. Once the IBM Application Template has been completed, please attach this to the CV/Resume section when you continue to apply.The best thing – you can make your mark on the business world and focus on the commercial side of IBM.What you’ll do – you’ll get involved in virtually every stage of either developing new solutions or supporting and improving existing ones. Most of our roles are based in IBM Hursley, near Winchester, the largest software lab in Europe.What we look for:
To begin with you should be interested in taking a year out as part of your degree and to be on target for at least a 2:1 in your honours degree.
You must also be in your penultimate year of study and be authorised to work in the UK for the whole placement.
Whilst you don’t need a specific degree background to apply, you do need to be enthusiastic, with plenty of energy and passion for the areas of our business that you’re applying for. Never fear, if you haven’t studied business or IT, we’re all about the person, not about their background.
University Placements are for a minimum of 1 year and must form part of your degree - normally prior to the final year of study.
University Placements run from June/July/August 2017 for 12 months.
Please complete the IBM Application Form, CVs in any other format will not be accepted. You will be asked to upload your CV/Resume throughout the application process, this is where you upload the IBM Application Form. A copy of the IBM Application Form can be found on our website.
You should be interested in taking a year out as part of your degree.
You must be on target for at least a 2:1 in your honours degree.
You must also be in your penultimate year of study.
An interest in technology and how it can change business.