Computer Science Internships
Launch Your Career in Tech From Your Laptop With a Computer Science Internship
As the world becomes even more reliant on technology, computer science and technology-related jobs make up one of the fastest-growing career fields. To launch a career in tech, your academic qualifications are no longer enough and you have to do more to stand out. One of the ways you can stand out to potential employers is by demonstrating real-world global experience through a remote internship in computer science. You’ll have taken on key projects and build on your technical skills, all whilst increasing your understanding of the importance of technology in today’s markets and cross-cultural communications. Whether you support an IT department within a large organization during your internship or help to improve a new app in a startup, you’ll complete your internship with valuable skills to take forward.
Our Interns Have Worked With Global Companies in Over 110 Countries
Key Skills You’ll Gain On A Remote Computer Science Internship
- Software Development
- Project Management
- Data Modelling
- Testing and QA
- Working With Large Data Sets
Did you know?
1 in 4 interns
are offered a position at the end of their internship by their host company
* End of program feedback data, April 2022
Types of Projects You Could Be Working On A CS Internship
- Reviewing an app and providing suggestions to improve the design and layout of the product/service, improving overall application performance
- Helping maintain code quality, organization, and automation
- Software improvement including Android app development, mainly based on Python, C++ language
Key Transferable Skills You’ll Gain For Your Computer Science, Programming, or IT Career
Not only will you be able to put your academic knowledge into practice in a global work environment on your remote internship, but you’ll also gain key employability skills that will help you succeed in your career.
When creating programs, systems, and applications, you’ll need to develop problem-solving skills by regularly taking a step back and finding new solutions.
Large projects may require an immense amount of work, diligence, and autonomous oversight for a successful delivery. Upon completing your internship, you’ll have a deeper sense of what it takes to be successful in this career field.
An extremely underrated yet important skill for any role, not just in the computer science career field, is being able to clearly communicate technical projects to external stakeholders.
Key Transferable Skills You’ll Gain For Your Finance Career
“I have gained valuable experience and knowledge during my remote internship through practical real-world projects, which I can utilize in my future academic and professional career. I feel proud of the work I did for Lume and hope it has a lasting impact. The internship has also been a fantastic networking opportunity; I have made connections I will continue to foster moving forward.”
“The internship program briefly had give me the opportunity to be a part of the working community, and to be honest, without this internship, it could took me years and a lot of missed opportunities to learn what i did lean in the 2 months internship.”
“The highlight of my virtual internship experience was when I first accomplished my coding task. I felt immensely proud of myself because not only was this a new field that I had never attempted before, but I was also doing it remotely. I felt very proud what I was able to achieve on the technical side of things, as well as when my supervisors told me they felt that the work I had done was very meaningful.”
How Our Computer Science Internships Work