PRIME Work Experience

Burness Paull PRIME work experience week is being held between 11th – 14th April 2022. This work experience is aimed at S4-S6 pupils who may have an interest in a career in Law or for those who are looking to go onto study Law once they leave school.

Applications are open to all locations, however students must attend a school in Scotland and due to the work experience being virtual, they must also have access to a laptop or desktop computer.

The link to apply is below :

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Career in Technology

The biggest and best upcoming technology focused event of the year is taking place on Monday 7th February from 5:00pm – 6:30pm.

We will be joined by some of the most prestigious and fastest-growing tech companies in the world for what will be one of the most immersive technology careers experience evenings. 

Our stellar line-up is as follows: IBM, VMware, Goldman Sachs, Capgemini, World Wide Technology, Virgin Media, Vodafone, Experian and QA.

The online event is open to all students in S2-6.

No matter the career you decide to go into, technology will undoubtedly be at the forefront of most job sectors / industries. This event is a fantastic chance to hear from some of the world’s leading technology professionals and give you the chance to start learning about this fascinating, ever-evolving industry and ultimately help you decide whether it’s a path you’d like to pursue.

Throughout the evening you will hear from all the employers mentioned above in the form of mini-interactive workshops where you will be able to see first-hand how technology is changing the way we work and live in today’s world.

Certificates will be awarded to those who attend the event as well as in-person work experience opportunities up for grabs for the most engaged students. On top of this, an event like this would not be the same without some amazing tech giveaways so expect to win an iPad, Smart Speakers and more.

If you’d like to apply to this incredible event, please click on the registration link below.
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Interested in Cyber Security?

The School of Computing at RGU are delivering a workshop as part of Cyber Scotland Week 2022 which is sponsored by the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA). The workshop will be hosted via Zoom on Tuesday 1st March, 6.00pm to 7.30pm.

The purpose of this workshop is to increase participation in Capture The Flag (CTF) events by removing the ‘fear factor’ and providing a clear understanding of what to expect when attending a CTF for the first time.

Our workshop is primarily aimed at students studying a computing-related subject or degree in Scotland but is also open to the general public. Specifically, those who would like to learn more about a career in Cybersecurity or are interested in attending a CTF event in the future.

You can SIGN UP here