Mitchell Doggett: My Intern and Graduate Experience

My Intern Year My Job Role Hi my name is Mitch and I was an Intern in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Xbox support team, I sat within a team that was responsible for the overall service delivered to all of our Xbox customers within EMEA. The year …

My Intern Year My Job Role As an Intern, I worked in one of the Sales teams in SMSP (Small and Mid Market Solutions and Partners). Essentially, SMSP is responsible for selling Microsoft solutions and products to all our customers, excluding our very biggest customers. Naturally, this created a range …

Business Consultancy and Project Management Graduate Q&A

We had a Facebook Live Session, where we answered many questions relating to the application process, roles and life here at Microsoft in general. This video is an informative and honest opinion of current/ recent graduates, and gives you key tips and advice in progressing though the Graduate application. Many …

Graduate Role Profile - Associate Project Manager

Name: Marta Gasik Which university/course: University College London, BSc Information Management for Business Job Title: Associate Project Manager Brief description of your job: I work on Microsoft Services projects. Working closely with Technical Consultants, Digital Architects and people responsible for long-term relationships with Microsoft clients, I ensure our projects …

Graduate Role Profile - Technical Account Manager

Name: Diego Bermudez Alvarez Which university/course: Undergraduate Brunel, International Business and Post-graduate, London School of Economics Political Economy Job Title: Technical Account Manager (TAM) Brief description of your job: My role involves being the point of contact between the customers and Microsoft, I help them make sure they deploy …

Alex and Betsy - Graduate Reflections

Last week our Content Team took the time to do an interview with two of our Graduates, Alex Seward and Betsy Jennings. Below you can read their stories on why they applied to Microsoft, what they think of being a graduate at Microsoft, as well as tips to future applicants. …

BENJAMIN DE ST PAER-GOTCH - MACH in Microsoft Consulting Services

My name is Ben; I am a MACH working in MCS (Microsoft Consulting Services) which is a division of Microsoft which handles creation of cutting edge applications for companies using our tools and products. I started in September 2011 with 6 other MACHs, in our scheme we go and do …

Graduate Insights - Project Management & Business Consulting

Chester Steven Role: Technical Account Manager The University of Manchester – Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Why I love being a Microsoft Graduate Being a graduate at Microsoft has been a whirlwind of opportunity, experience, emotions and progression. From the offset you are encompassed into a challenging and fast paced role …

Intern to Graduate - Marketing

Kelly Walker University and Course: Univesity of Liverpool – Business Studies Role: Marketing; Rotational. Hi! My name is Kelly and I studied Business Studies with a Year in Industry at the University of Liverpool. I have just started my Marketing graduate scheme, based in the Central Marketing Organisation, where I will …

Graduate Insights - Marketing

John Crouch University of Kent – Business Administration with Marketing Job Title: Partner/Channel Marketing Manager Opportunities My name is John and I am just entering my second year as a Marketinggraduate at Microsoft. The last 12 months have been incredible and I have had opportunities that I never thought …

Graduate Stories - by Alex Cooper

I’ll start off by saying that mygraduate experience hasn’t exactly been the most orthodox one. But nonetheless, since starting in September, it has been one of the best rides I’ve been on. Theprogramme starts off with a month of on-boarding training which is organised and …

Andy Coker - Intern to Graduate

Hi! I’m Andy, a first year MACH Business Consultant. I was previously an Internal Communications intern, and I loved every minute of it, (read all about it here). But if my first ten weeks back are anything to go by, the MACH adventure will be even better… Coming back …