1 December 2016
Accenture is offering students the chance to participate in its acclaimed 4-day Bootcamp at the Sydney Accenture office, providing invaluable exposure to a professional software engineering environment.
This opportunity is available to anyone who has an interest in coding or technology innovation. Successful candidates will be placed in a small team to complete a big data/IOT project and present it to senior managers with Accenture.
If you are interested in this opportunity, then we encourage you to apply ASAP as spots are limited.
1 December 2016
Have you started to think about your career? Don't miss out and register with us to be included in our mailing for BCG Australia's 2017 recruiting events!
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy to major corporations, government bodies and not-for-profits.
At BCG, your talent and ambition are just the start. You will experience a life-changing career with global opportunities, outstanding professional development and an intellectually inspiring environment. By working with the world's leading businesses on their toughest strategic and operational questions, you will shape their future and grow into a responsible leader.
We recruit students from all disciplines and from all universities in Australia and New Zealand.
Register here to receive invitations for 2017 BCG in-house events, campus presentation dates and be kept updated with application deadlines
25 November 2016
The Australian Computing, Coding, and Engineering Summer School (ACCESS) for Women is being offered to female students going into years 11 and 12.
The program aims to encourage young women to pursue Computer Science as a career pathway through five days of learning, social interaction, and networking with industry sponsors.
CSESoc & CompClub are looking for volunteers to assist with ACCESS. Volunteer roles include:
To assist with developing content for ACCESS workshops.
To facilitate the students for the duration of ACCESS.
All hours that UNSW students spend on the ACCESS Summer School project will contribute towards AHEGS for 2017.
Applications close on the 30th of November, so please apply as soon as possible through the link below:
21 November 2016
This year we received many high quality applications but after careful consideration, the Exec Team have chosen their new Heads.
We are honoured to introduce your CSESoc Heads for 2017:
Beta: Melissa Zhang
CompClub: Nethan Tran & Angelo Yan
Dev: Daniel Cameron
Devspace: Inura De Zoysa
Publicity: Vivian Ye-Ting Dang
Social: Andrew Vo & Ofir Zeevi
Student Network: David Sison
Talks: Raiyan Zubair
Workshops: Mitch Ball
Congratulations to our new Heads! We look forward to working with you to improve CSESoc for the upcoming year!
21 November 2016
Wednesday November 23rd, 5:45 PM in K17 Seminar Room
In collaboration with USYD and ANU, students from UNSW will have the exciting opportunity to participate in an interuniversity board games night!
Meet people from other universities, come for the free food! Come and relieve that post-exam stress with a night of fun!
This event is proudly supported and organised by UNSW’s Computer Science and Engineering Society (CSESoc), USYD’s Sydney University Information Technology Society (SUITS), and ANU’s Computer Science Students’ Association (CSSA).
Link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/340800009612394/
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