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Eutechnyx's Level Up in running for work experience award

Year long placement for students shortlisted for National Council of Work Experience Awards

Eutechnyx has announced it has been shortlisted in the 2008-2009 National Council for Work Experience Awards.

The developer's undergraduate placement program, Level Up, has earned the company a finalist place in the best work experience provider category. Level Up, founded two years ago in collaboration with UK universities, offers a year long placement to students of game development courses.

"We offer the best training in the world and so expect only the best from applicants," explained Arwen Duddington, the Level Up team leader.

"We limit the places available and this encourages competition and excellence from those applying. We individually mentor each student and provide a tailor-made placement. I think that helps make Level Up the success it is: by driving the students to excel, it also helps us excel and give them the training and experience they deserve."

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