Please note: our Summer Internship scheme is currently closed for applications. You can find out more about our internships below and if you'd like to be notified when applications open in the autumn for our 2021 internships, please sign up to our mailing list.
With our annual internship you can enjoy a summer season being paid to sample a challenging and rewarding career in software.
Scott Logic builds large-scale, bespoke, business-critical systems for some of the world’s most high-profile organisations. You’ll spend around 12 weeks learning from smart, highly-capable people in a collaborative environment that encourages the sharing of knowledge and experience.
Through our internship programme, you will build on the knowledge you’ve gained at university and begin to apply it in a real-world setting, learning new things and working with cutting-edge technologies along the way – you can find out below about recent intern projects.
And we hope you’ll forge a longer-term relationship with us that will see you return to our graduate programme after you complete your degree.
To apply for the paid summer internship you need to be in the penultimate year of your degree, ideally in a computing, mathematical, engineering or scientific subject. You should also have:
For an informal chat about our summer internships, get in touch at email@example.com.
As an intern, you’ll get to tackle a challenging design and build project to help you develop new skills and an understanding of how to develop software in a commercial environment. Here are two examples of recent projects recently set for our interns.
The summer 2019 intern developers at the Edinburgh office created a web-based art installation that makes use of computer vision.Read more
As a mathematician, Isabelle Atkins was instantly drawn to the problem-solving nature of technology and wanted to experience working in a tech-focused environment, so applied for a Scott Logic summer internship.Read more
Have you ever wanted to write your own compiler? ... yes? ... of course you have! I've always wanted to have a go at writing a compiler, and with the recent release of WebAssembly, I had the perfect excuse to have a go.
An introduction to our recently released open-source React Hooks library, OpenFin React Hooks. Developed especially for OpenFin and its developer community.
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