The internship was absolutely great. It was a big learning experience, getting the chance to do real work.
Everyone at Redgate is really nice. It never happened to me that I didn't feel valued enough by colleagues.
I was given the right amount of support by my supervisors. They were always there when I needed help and always keen to guide me through what I didn't know or doing things I had never done before.
There was a good balance. I never felt it to be incredibly busy, which helped me focusing on my work. Some days were busier than others and sometimes you might have a very slow time. Anyway, Redgate has an inspiring library, so in those moments when I didn't have that much stuff to do, I used the time to learn more about the products or reading books.
At first I was just supporting my colleagues, but towards the last weeks I really felt fully responsible for the project I was working on.
I feel like I learned more in these weeks than during the 3 years I spent at uni. I'm sure everything I learned will be very helpful in my future career.
There's a very nice atmosphere. Everyone is very friendly and relaxed. There's always time for a tea, a tables tennis or mario kart game and for relaxing a bit.
It was really well organised since the very beginning, during the interview process
I think they really invested in me. Everyone took time off their work to explain me new methods and techniques, and I even had the opportunity to go to UX Cambridge, which was really inspiring.
Sports and Social Club
Highly appealing :)
Yes. The intern group was very nice, so we managed to go out together quite often. It was also really easy to join events or social moments organised both by Redgate and Redgaters.
It's pretty expensive to live in Cambridge, but the salary is really good and Redgate provides food for lunch and breakfast, so I never felt cost of living to be a big problem/
It's ok, there are a few pubs in the area.
Yes, people working at redgate usually organise lots of activities that anyone can join
Internship (1-4 Months)
8th September 2017