Get real-world experience with supportive mentorship.

Paid software development internships Summer 2018 in Cambridge, UK

Our internships are for people ready to get involved and make a difference to how we work.

You’ll never be asked to make the tea or work the photocopier. Instead you’ll be part of the team. We’ll give you guidance and support, and you’ll help shape the future of our products.

Our software development internship is in our development team. You’ll work on a variety of activities, including building proof of concepts, doing data investigation, integrating our technology with other products, product testing and support.

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Meet the 2018 interns!

Augustin Lacour
Software Development

“I’ve learned a lot during my time here. It’s incredibly beneficial working with experienced developers who are helpful and provide useful feedback. The internship program isn’t an afterthought here. We’re viewed as valuable members of the team and the work we do gets implemented into KeyLines.”

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Federico Bozzini
Sales Engineering

“This isn’t one of those internships where you’re given boring jobs like filing, photocopying or data entry. From day one I got stuck into learning about KeyLines and data visualization techniques. It’s amazing being able to interact with so many real world datasets and Keylines.”

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Oscar Chen
Software Development

“Being a maths graduate I thought that I might not have been a suitable candidate for the internship. I was surprised to discover how much maths is actually behind KeyLines! Being here has taught me how to be a developer and has made me want to seek a career as a software developer.”

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Toby Drane
Software Development

“I chose to do my internship here because I wanted to work directly with someone who started their own company. Joe is very involved in the development of KeyLines and has been a great mentor to me. I wouldn’t have received the same one-on-one interaction with the CEO at a bigger organization.”

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