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last modified Sep 01, 2017 10:56 AM

Make an impact on campus. Become a Microsoft Student Partner!

MSPs are brand ambassadors that partner with Microsoft to run hacks, tech talks and other technology focused events, mainly around Microsoft Azure. In return we support them with a range of development opportunities and industry experience.

Reasons to be an MSP:
-Apply your skills
-CV worthy experience
-Expand your technical knowledge
-Get training from industry experts
-Access to professional courses
-Publish blogs to our developer page
-Opportunities for international travel
-Build your network

This opportunity is exclusively available to technical students at Cambridge, Imperial, UCL and Oxford University. At each of these Universities we have between 10-20 MSPs who work with their lead to organise events on topics they are passionate about... All with technical speakers, promotional goodies and pizza provided by Microsoft.

If you are ready to make an impact on campus and join the team, and a short paragraph on why you want to be part of the programme. We will be reviewing the CVs in May and with a 20 minute Skype interview to understand more about you, your passions, as well as your motivations for applying. The programme will start in October 2017, kicking off with a trip to our UK HQ in November to meet the team, your MSP peers and to start training!

 

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