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Increasing opportunities within the games industry
06 January 2016

Increasing opportunities within the games industry

With the games industry booming, e-Placement Scotland is actively seeking placement opportunities within a number of Scottish studios. An extremely popular and attractive career choice, we’re hoping to help open more doors for students by developing skills in a practical environment, better preparing students for employment upon graduating and closing the digital skills gap. 

e-Placement currently specialises in IT-focussed placements and has a large network of students predominantly studying software engineering and computing science, all seeking relevant employment.

If you have any opportunities for students, whether these are full time positions over the summer, or part time (term time) positions, please contact Jamie Duncan on 01506 472 200, or email jamie.duncan@scotlandis.com.

Remember, it’s free to advertise your positions to our student network on the e-Placement website.

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