We host many different kind of events on our campus and participate in career/recruitment fairs throughout the world. Read more about previous events and stay tuned on what we have coming up on the list below.
Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen is hosting 3-4 TechTalks for software engineers during the year. The TechTalks are open for everyone and participation is free of charge. Stay updated on our TechTalks and other events here on this site or like us on Facebook.
This time we´re taking our student engagement activities a little further. Geographically that is, as we´re inviting IT interested top students from universities in Athens to meet with an engineering team from our development center.
Purpose of the event? To inform potential candidates from Greece about the variety of career opportunities with one of the largest, most competitive high tech companies today and to inspire them to kick start their European career with us.
The event takes place at Microsoft´s offices in Athens on June 3. Space for the event is limited so if you´re in town make sure to check it out and register in advance here.
Visit the Microsoft booth at the DSE career fair at the Danish Technical University (DTU) in Lyngby north of Copenhagen for a chat with our Staffing people and role models. This is also your chance to prove your coding skills, win some cool prizes and maybe walk away with a job offer.
Mark the date and stay tuned for more info to come here (Danish and English).
Imagine Cup is Microsoft’s big global technology competition open for students from all over the world. For the first time, Microsoft Denmark organizes a national finale in Denmark in April 2014 leading up to the global finale in Seattle, USA, in July 2014.
In addition, you have the opportunity to participate in an online “User Experience challenge” with a USD 3000 prize. Submission deadline in February.
Are you up for the challenge? This is a unique opportunity to win some big prizes but most of all to create a global network that may kick start your future career.
Check it out and register today for the Danish national finale here. You can register as an individual or as a team. In order to ensure worldwide representation, Imagine Cup requires that at least one team member is of Danish nationality.
For more information about Imagine Cup, and to explore all your participation opportunities, visit the global website www.imaginecup.com.
Curious to know what it takes to land a job with the biggest and most competitive tech companies today? Do you know what they’re looking for – and do you have what it takes?
Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen is visiting DTU on 30 April. This is your chance to meet with our managers and get insider information from our recruiters and employees on how to get a job and build a successful career in the high tech industry. Get tips and tools to make an application that stands out, get an idea of the ideal candidate profile, learn how to prepare for the interview and gain insight into what is expected from you in the recruitment process. The goal is to help you realize your full potential and land that dream job!
Join us in the Library for an afternoon of serious career boosting. Meet and mingle over a slice of pizza, hear about your career opportunities, ask your questions, check out our new cool devices, and test your technical skills in our coding challenge. The winner will walk away with an Xbox and Kinect.
Students and graduate positions are at stake so don’t miss out on this opportunity. It may be your shortcut towards a challenging and rewarding career that will take your across borders and business areas to the very top of the high tech world.
Sign up now here.
All day from 11:00-15:00: Visit our career booth and student lounge in the library
|12:00||Welcome to Microsoft, Michael Nielsen, Director of Engineering, Microsoft |
|12.10||How to land a job and make your way to the top of the high tech industry |
|12.40||Meet our talents: “My experience working for Microsoft” |
|13:00||TechTalk: Multithreading – issues, tools and methods by Principal Architect Thomas Hejlsberg, Microsoft |