View our internship case studies below.
I first discovered Coderus when my course at University was invited to and attended their annual Google I/O build event. A short while later I met them again while attending a University of Suffolk careers fair and was made aware of their summer internship program. Having a keen interest in working in software development after University, I decided to apply.
Throughout my internship at Coderus, I worked within the quality assurance team testing a range of their upcoming and released products. I saw every aspect of the software development life-cycle in practice from client requirements to the planning, development, testing, release and maintenance of applications. I was also able to hone my programming skills by working on test automation projects and writing time-saving scripts and tools.
Although fast-paced the working environment at Coderus was very relaxed, and the team were incredibly welcoming and always happy to answer any questions I had. Overall, my internship with Coderus has been an invaluable experience that I have learnt a lot from, and I highly recommend it to anybody interested in starting a career in software development.
Meet the intern
Bronyck Stokes Horrigan, currently Part-time Practice Lead-Advanced Analytics Consultant at Aramar Solutions and final year BA (Hons) Business Management student
Meet the business
Aramar are a business analytics consultancy, delivering financial reporting, analytics, planning and performance management solutions. We are proud to be a growing company that is trusted by organisations of all sizes and industries to help them plan for, understand and control their business performance and make better decisions as a result. Find out more.
What was the need for the internship?
The business need for this internship was in two parts;
- Short term need to develop an internal subject matter expert for a data discovery tool.
- Long term need for internally developed consultants with the right soft skills.
Quote from the business
‘Bronyck has shown that internships can create value by investing in growing a knowledge pool within the organisation by introducing a new perspective, and the ability to learn without the distraction of an embedded role. The engagement of an internship also has the great potential to find talent in those that have not been recognised before they graduate.’
Quote from the student
‘Completing my internship whilst at university has not only led to continued employment, but I have been able to apply the skills I have learnt on my course in a real life scenario, as well as giving context to issues discussed in lectures and seminars. It has been really helpful to talk to people who have been in a business environment for many years, and every day spent at work provides a chance for development in terms of career and personal growth. I enjoy working alongside my studies, and it has made me better at managing my time.’