Oracle Summer School 2019

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Employer: Oracle
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  • Job type: special project
    Job level: Student/Graduate
  • Updated at: 02.07.2019
    Short company description

    Oracle, a global provider of enterprise cloud computing, empowers businesses of all sizes on their digital transformation journey. With 430,000 customers in 175 countries, Oracle provides leading-edge capabilities in Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service, and Data as a Service.
    Our mission is to transform our world for the better through innovative technologies.


    Are you a senior student or fresh out of university? Whether you're into computer science, business, social sciences, foreign languages or law, there are plenty of opportunities waiting for you at Oracle Summer School!

    From August 19 to August 30, Oracle Romania is opening its doors to senior students (final year Bachelor’s studies or Master’s students) or graduates willing to get a feel of what it’s like to work with one of the biggest IT companies in the world. All you have to do is send us your application and get ready for 2 weeks full of learning and excitement.

    During the program, we’ll be giving you exclusive insight in the activity of some of Oracle's key lines of business in Romania: Software Development, Financial Services, Consulting, Business Operations, Technical Support, Sales or Communications & Marketing. Activities will include workshops and presentations, soft skills and specialty training, visits with several departments, competitions and simulations.
    Take the opportunity to be our next great student! Apply to the program and, if you fit the profile, we will invite you to a face-to-face discussion.


    We're looking for candidates who can tick off at least one of the requirements below:

    · High energy, positive attitude, native curiosity;

    · Fluency in English, and preferably a second language;

    · Participation in extra-curricular projects (volunteering projects, internships, competitions) or in student association/NGO activities;

    · A keen interest in technology.