Google TechAbility Europe Programme

EmployAbility offers exclusive insights into a career at Google for disabled students and graduates
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EmployAbility is currently offering insights into working at Google

Are you a student or graduate with dyslexia, any other disability, long-term illness or mental health condition?

EmployAbility is a not-for-profit organisation that works with disabled students and graduates in the transition from education to employment, as well as with employers seeking to attract from a wider pool of talent and become more disability-inclusive.

How EmployAbility can help

EmployAbility can offer you:

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  • highly-sought after and competitively paid graduate schemes, internships, training contracts, scholarships and more, with employers at the forefront of their industries, including Goldman Sachs, Shell, Google, Bloomberg, Wellcome Trust and Herbert Smith. For more information about our current opportunities, offered both in the UK and throughout Europe, please register with us at:
  • opportunities to meet key recruiters from leading companies, many of who work on a global scale, at specialist industry-focused events.
  • guidance on how to write effective application forms/ CVs and succeed at interviews and assessment centre exercises at our dedicated EmployAbility Skills Workshops.
  • advice on the disclosure of your disability and seeking appropriate adjustments.

To keep up-to-date with current opportunities and begin receiving help from EmployAbility please register with us at

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One of the exciting opportunities that EmployAbility is currently offering is to get an insight into working at Google and a Google mentor. EmployAbility is proud to bring candidates these exciting career events, mentoring opportunities and scholarships to disabled students studying at European universities, in both technical and non-technical disciplines. Please note that the application deadline for the Google TechAbility Europe Programme is Wednesday, 31 October (please see below for details).

Google TechAbility Europe Programme

Could you benefit from discovering more about a career with a technology company that recognises Ability and values individuality?

If the answer is 'yes', then apply to the Google Europe TechAbility programme today.

If you are

  • A disabled student studying at a European university with an interest in a career in the Technology sector (any degree subject accepted).

Learn from

  • Googlers who are working on cutting-edge projects, about some of Google's coolest products and services and meet people who can tell you what it’s really like to work there.
  • The innovative Google mentoring programme and benefit from industry-leading technical advice and the career wisdom of experienced Googlers


  • Google TechAbility Europe - Technical: Wednesday 14 November 2012, London
  • Google TechAbility Europe - Business: Wednesday 21 November 2012, London


Google Europe and Israel Scholarship for students with disabilities 2013

When Scholarship for the academic year 2013-2014
Scholarship €7,000 (or equivalent)
Who Disabled students enrolled in a Bachelors, Masters or PhD programme (or equivalent) in 2013-2014 at a European or Israeli University and studying Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Informatics, or a closely related technical field
Application Deadline Sunday 13 January 2013

In June 2013, all scholarship recipients will be invited to visit Google’s Engineering Centre in Zurich for an all-expenses-paid networking retreat. It will include workshops with a series of speakers, panels, breakout sessions and social activities.

Applications now open