It’s great that your university has invested in BCS Academic Membership. BCS will give your students access to the latest technology news and insight, employability tools and a community of professionals who can provide guidance and advice.
We know every university is different and we want to work with you to ensure you get what you need from BCS membership from both the university and the student perspective.
Your role as a coordinator is pivotal to our relationship, and we want to make sure you feel supported and valued to succeed in this key role!
Promoting and celebrating your Academic Membership
This how-to guide contains information on:
- Keeping your students up to date
- What your university can do to embed membership
- The BCS code of conduct
- Professionalising academic staff
- Getting involved
Information for students
Develop your career
BCS membership offers a variety of career tools and resources to give members a competitive edge.
The BCS Career Mentoring Network (CMN) connects potential mentors with mentees and vice versa.
Springboard is our personal career centre for interactive learning, assessments, advice and so much more.
BCS student chapters are campus based groups of students who are studying, or interested in, computer science.
Information for staff
As part of your partnership with us, you can apply for professional registration to complement your BCS membership.
Plot your career progression and identify training and development activities to accelerate your journey.