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Aardvark Swift

Established in 1989, Aardvark Swift has since evolved to become Europe's market leading specialist recruitment consultancy for the Video Games, Mobile Entertainment and Toy Industries.

Recent articles about Aardvark Swift

Search for a Star offers students a way into the games industry

Highlighting the best up-and-coming talent in the UK

Applications now open for Search For A Star

Aadvark Swift's annual events give new opportunities to graduates looking to work in development

Biggest year ever for Search for a Star

Student recognition contest receives over 100 entrants

Aardvark Swift's Search for a Star winner named

Daniel Collinson takes home top honour in competition

Search for a Star finalists highlight key UK universities

150 entrants whittled down to five students

Search for a Star 2012 goes live

More than 55 universities back programming competition

GI Career Fair: Meet the Recruiters

Aardvark Swift, Amiqus and MPG Universal on how to move your industry career forward

GI Career Fair: Search for a Star

Headstrong, Relentless and Aardvark Swift on what they look for to find the next programming superstar

New generation of talent steps up through Search for a Star

UK games graduates honoured in programming competition

Graduation Day

Search for a Star judges offer advice and insight into what employers look for in a graduate programmer

Search For a Star enters phase two

Double the number of entries over last year for programming competition's next round

Search for a Star

Aardvark Swift's Hollie Heraghty explains the process for this year's developer talent competition

Closing date nears for UK young developer talent hunt

Search For A Star 2011 deadline is this Friday - winners get placement at Relentless, Rockstar or Headstrong

Office details

  • 16 Nightingale Court, Nightingale Close
  • Rotherham
  • South Yorkshire
  • S60 2AB
  • United Kingdom

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