Discovery Day at PwC Manchester
Discovery Computer Science with PwC Manchester and Isaac Computer Science
When: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 09:30:00 GMT — Tue, 12 Nov 2019 15:00:00 GMT
Location: PwC Manchester, No 1 Hardman Square, Manchester, M3 3EB
Availability: 93 spaces
Booking Deadline: Tue, 05 Nov 2019 12:00:00 GMT
Discover Computer Science at PwC's Manchester office in partnership with Isaac Computer Science.
The day at PwC will include a range of practical workshops, and the opportunity to discover more about different careers and degree studies in computer science.
You will hear from computing professionals working for leading local employers, and from current university students and apprentices, who will share their experiences and tips about studying computer science and working in technology focused roles. You'll also hear more about PwC's degree apprenticeship in Computer Science.
Who should attend?
This event is for Year 11 – 13 students who: Are studying computer science A level or GCSE Considering careers and degree studies in computer science
Each school is invited to bring a total of 10 students. Attendance is free, and spaces are limited to 100 students. A waiting list will be available if the event is oversubscribed.
Please register to attend the event here: https://isaaccomputerscience.org/events ... manchester
All attendees must register individually; any attendees under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
It is free to attend; we cannot reimburse transport costs. Parking is not available at the PwC office. Please use public transport or a public car park in Manchester city centre. The office also has drop-off bays and is on local bus and tram routes, and is a 20 minute walk from Manchester Victoria station
A light lunch will be provided: Please let us know of any dietary requirements. Vegetarian options will be on offer.
We look forward to welcoming you to the event and giving you the chance to explore how Computer Science fits into the business and academic worlds.
PwC is one of the largest professional services organisations in the world and is helping other organisations solve their most complex problems. Some problems are caused by technology and others can be solved using technology, and PwC recruits, trains and challenges people who have a passion for technology and want to use this to solve important problems