Date 

  24-25th August 2017

Location

 Google Offices, Central London

Who

 Computer Science students (or related subjects) who will be continuing their studies past summer 2018 

Deadline

 Sunday 18th June 2017

Are you continuing your studies past the summer of 2018 at a university in Europe, the Middle East or Africa? Are you planning to pursue a career as a software engineer? Are you interested in learning what opportunities are available for you at Google? Ever wanted to visit a Google office and hear directly from our engineers about the cutting edge products and projects they are working on? Then apply to attend our Inside Look London event!  

We are excited to invite Computer Science students* continuing their studies past the summer of 2018 to Google's next Inside Look event, which will provide Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD students with an inside view into engineering at Google.

Inside Look is open to all Computer Science higher education students who will be continuing their studies past the summer of 2018. The program is committed to supporting diversity in our company and the technology industry. Students who are members of a group that is historically underrepresented in the technology field are encouraged to apply!

This year, we are hosting Inside Look at Google London in August 2017. This event will give students an exclusive and in-depth view into software engineering at Google, focusing on the products we are developing in London. Selected students will be invited to two days of activities, including product tech talks, hands-on workshops, panel discussions from a diverse range of Google engineers and - in true Google fashion - plenty of food and Google goodies!

Apply by 18th of June, 11:59pm GMT by uploading your CV and answering a couple of quick questions. We will notify all applicants of final selection results by July 14th. 

Google will cover the transportation and accommodation costs for selected participants.

This event is now closed for applications.

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