Fancy working for Google? The tech giant is currently recruiting for its Higher apprenticeships in digital innovation – but time’s running out!

<a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Applications are open until the end of December</a>, and all of those who manage to bag a place will be working for Google in the heart of London. Not bad for your first job in the industry.

During your time with Google, you’ll develop a whole range of tech skills to help you in your future career. You’ll also be studying towards a foundation degree in computer science.
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Apprenticeships run for two years and kick off in May 2017. You’ll begin with eight weeks of training at Ada, the National College for Digital Skills and Google’s academic partner.

Following that introductory period, you will then be assigned to a host. You’ll be working with a team of Google engineers to solve real-life problems, getting real experience working in the technology industry.

Sound good? If you fancy applying, you’ll need to meet these minimum requirements:
  • Authorisation to work in the United Kingdom
  • A-levels (or equivalent) at grade B or above (or equivalent) in maths or science-related subjects
  • Ability to speak and write in English fluently and idiomatically
  • Prior coding experience in any programming language

If you tick those boxes, you have until Saturday 31 December 2016 to apply with a cover letter, reference letter, CV and your school grades. <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Click here to get started on your application.</a> Good luck!