We connect London's best startups with the next generation of software engineering talent.
Applications for the HackCampus internship programme 2018 are now open.Apply now
Are you looking for an internship with free accommodation this summer?
These companies are all looking to take on interns as part of the HackCampus 2018 programme.
React, ES6, Python, Go, PostgreSQL, TensorFlow, RedisApply to 9fin
Angular, React, Node.js, Kubernetes, ElasticSearch, Redis, Kafka, GoApply to Beamery
Groovy / Grails, Java, Angular, ReactApply to Secret Escapes
Your company here?
Learn the skills you can't get at university.
Being an effective programmer takes more than knowing the theoretical foundations. Doing an internship at a startup will help you gain real-world experience in team communication and project management that will set your CV apart from the rest.
Live with the smartest student hackers in Central London.
We provide you with a paid-for room in student accommodation in Central London, where you'll live with the other HackCampus interns working at startups over the summer. We've chosen the accommodation to be within short commuting distance to the participating companies' offices, and have made sure that you have a shared social space to get to know the other interns.
Experience the London startup scene first-hand.
Apart from working with experienced engineers on your team, you'll also find that London boasts a huge number of meetups & events that cater to every possible interest. We will also organise exclusive events for the HackCampus cohort, where you'll get to meet some of the key players in the London startup scene.
You'll learn so many things that you usually don't learn at university, and you'll get to put into practice everything you know.
—Alicia, intern at Deliveroo
The HackCampus accommodation was a fairly big surprise for me - it's really nice, and it's 20 minutes away from the office.
—Oscar, intern at Secret Escapes
It was a great experience - honestly, I didn't think it was going to be that fun and that interesting, and I'd do it again.
—Marta, intern at MyOptique