Local software development consultancy Scott Logic has welcomed the first of its 2017 graduates to begin their careers in technology.
Three of the five new graduate software developers will be based in its Bristol development centre.
● Chris Meehan, 24, a recent graduate of the MSc in Computer Science from the University of Bristol
● Nikolaos Pappas, 27, who also completed the MSc in Computer Science from the University of Bristol, and
● Ricardo Schuller, 26, a Bachelor of Physics and Astronomy who has moved to the UK from Amsterdam.
The five will be joined in August by more graduates from universities around the country to complete the firm’s 2017 graduate intake.
Ricardo, who moved to Bristol in August 2016 from The Netherlands, said: “I feel like I’ve won the lottery with this job because it exceeds all the expectations I had.”
Scott Logic’s General Manager Nigel Wilson comments: “As the first wave of our 2017 graduate intake shows, Scott Logic remains committed to an active graduate programme as a key part of developing and growing the business.
“By bringing in the best talent in several groups across the year, we gain the benefit of always having availability of new technologists to assist experienced teams on client engagements.
“The graduates also really benefit from being brought in in small groups that can be trained and learn together, as well as interact socially.”