The event, held at TechHub Swansea, offered 'soon-to-be' graduates the opportunity to showcase their computer science skills to prospective employers in Wales.
Over the course of the afternoon, Swansea University computer science students, benefited from an inspirational careers talk from Aimee Bateman of careercake.com, whilst also having the opportunity to network and interact with prospective employers during the exhibition later in the evening.
Attendees at the event - ranging from students, academics and industry representatives – each had the opportunity to vote for the ‘Best Student Project’. Resulting in, three ‘soon-to-be’ graduates, being recognised for their hard work, throughout their academic studies.
Winner of best student project as voted by school students:
Kieron Jewell for Who's Watching Me? The Little Brother Concept
Winner of best student project as voted by the IT industry:
Ryan Wong for Visual Assessment Boundaries
Winner of best student project as voted by the academic assessors:
Matthew Poskitt for OSMOSIS: A Leap Motion Java Game
There was a great atmosphere in TechHub Swansea with both businesses and students taking advantage of the opportunity to share their experiences and expertise.
Here’s what some of the local employers – DVLA and IntaPeople - had to say:
For a full selection of images taken at the event click here.