The wait is finally over – it's time for the Google Students Virtual Series! We're pleased to invite you to join us for five virtual events from late September to early November, where you'll learn all about the products we’re developing at Google, student opportunities, how to submit a great application and much more.

The series has been curated specially for tech students (from Bachelors, right up to PhD) who are studying in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, so the opportunities we'll cover, and the Googlers you'll hear from are all based in this region.

Please register to take part, including a CV if you’d like to be entered into our Google swag prize draw… we hope you’re as excited as we are!

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Build for Everyone: Lightning Tech Talks 

29 September 2020, 6PM CET / GMT+2

Tune in to hear from Google engineers who have solved challenging problems around making products inclusive for everyone. We’ll also give you a sneak peak at what’s to come and highlight our internship opportunities for tech students.

Building your Technical Career & CV Workshop

7 October 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2

Google engineers talk about their paths to Google, different technical careers, and their top tips for making the most of your time at university. We’ll also be running an in-depth CV workshop to help you showcase your skills to recruiters!

Tech Talk – "Autopilot" by Google Cloud

15 October 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2 

Based on a research paper between Google Warsaw and the Institute of Informatics at University of Warsaw, a Google engineer will take you on a journey towards clairvoyant resource management using Machine Learning, in Google’s internal Cloud.

Technical interview workshop & demo

21 October 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2 

You’ve landed a technical interview – what now? Two experienced interviewers take you through their top tips and common pitfalls, before demoing a real Google interview question. Watch and ask questions, or even code along.

Women in tech panel

5 November 2020, 1pm CET / GMT+2 

Your chance to ask a panel of Google engineers anything you like, as they discuss navigating a career in tech, life at Google, challenges & successes, and some of the cool things they’ve had the chance to work on.