BT offers grads the latest techNews
Posted on Thursday 6th October 2016, by James Howell
BT lets graduates work on the latest technology and help drive innovation.
BT is one of the world's most innovative organisations and leads the way in technological transformation. The UK based company believes graduates can be instrumental to bringing new ideas to their organisation and gives responsibility to university leavers to create new products.
Kiran Mistry studied Electronic Engineering at the University of Southampton and joined BT's Network Engineering Graduate Programme in September 2015. He says the opportunity to develop new products was one he couldn't miss.
"I was interested in all the products and having the chance to work alongside leading Engineers and Designers who help to develop new and leading technological advancements," he says.
"It was the right choice because I've benefited from loads of opportunities, including training and development. It's given me the chance to work with the latest technology, and develop and progress myself whilst helping out the company. Each day is different."
Kiran has also thrived under the trust of his BT team.
"I chose to join BT because of the training available and the opportunities. The best moment so far happened whilst I was relatively inexperienced on a platform," he says.
"I found a customer impacting issue and managed to find a solution which solved the problem that was signed off by the design and test team as being correct first time. It was a great feeling.
Kiran highlights lots of other aspects that make BT a fantastic place to work.
"The corporate social responsibility initiatives such as Children in Need/Sport Relief telethons and investing in green energy were also important factors in making my decision."
"I've also really enjoyed volunteering at the Children in Need telethon and worked with Action Tutoring through BT volunteering to help year 11 students achieve their maths GCSE."
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