🚀 Internship

Software Development Engineer Intern


10d ago

🚀 Off-cycle


Rolling basis


  • An internship with Amadeus, is an opportunity to join the global leader in the technology sector for the Travel industry. We are a true global company with offices in all the world’s largest cities, and this global approach affords our people to work in a truly international environment. We are also one of those rare companies that genuinely supports career mobility, so the world really is your oyster!
  • Our Software Developer Interns are an integral part of our UK teams and the Amadeus family. They’re assigned to run critical tech projects that are rolled out internally or for customers (some of the world’s most recognized airlines and airports).
  • Whatever the project or team you join, you’ll be part of a collaborative, supportive group where you can learn from some of the best minds in the industry. You’ll learn new technologies and implement your ideas to produce tools and solutions that directly impact our business operations.

Here are a few examples of the advanced functional and technology challenges that you could assist our R&D teams at Heathrow to tackle:

  • Standalone projects for some of the world’s best-known airlines
  • Supporting the airport digitalization
  • Moving to the Cloud
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Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • Analyzing customer needs to create new software(s) or to improve existing one(s)
  • Run feasibility studies and design software technology(ies)
  • Develop software(s) by following Amadeus standards and quality guidelines
  • Present your solutions to various stakeholders, including Product Managers & users to get feedback
  • Run unit and performance tests to ensure reliability
  • Go through the validation phases to ensure our software works for other people
  • Fine-tune our software(s) as a result of all tests
  • Produce software documentation necessary for the application and issuing it to the requesting departments
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  • You’re pursuing Bachelor/Master’s degree studies in Computer Science or related technical field or a degree from one of the other STEM topics
  • You’re fluent in English
  • You’ll ideally have basic knowledge of software development
  • You’ve studied or experimented with C, C++ and/or Java, J2EE languages
  • You’ve heard of or worked with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, Java/Swing or AngularJS
  • You’ve heard of or worked with RDBMS/SQL (Oracle preferred), NoSQL (MongoDB, Hadoop database), Standard Template Library and Unix/Linux
  • You can easily adapt to the constant evolution of the software technologies
  • You’ll have the willingness to learn, share your ideas, and improve yourself every day
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Education requirements



  • 20 days holiday
  • Pension
  • Hybrid working
  • Well-being programmes
  • Discount schemes
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