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Career pathways for graduates

GET TRAINED AND SECURE YOUR DREAM JOB

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Move beyond
academic theory
by learning
practical skills from
industry experts

At the mthree Academy, our trainers will teach you in a class with other graduates. They will help you learn what organizations need, so you hit the ground running in your role with one of our clients (from global investment banks to tech companies) from day one.  

It’s more than just tech training. All pathways cover vital professional skills and industry knowledge. The best pathway for you might be one you haven't heard of before, so why not check out a few? 

Our career pathways

We may not be recruiting for them all right now. To see what is available now, view our live jobs.

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Become a Software Developer ready for the professional world. 

By the end of this training, you’ll be able to design and build an application. We will also teach you the skills required to deploy, monitor, and support the application. 

Software Development is a broad area, covering a vast array of technologies and tools. Our courses typically cover the below, depending on the skills required for our upcoming roles.  

These courses are perfect for you if you have a STEM degree and some coding ability.  

1

Option 1

FULL STACK ENGINEERING (JAVA)

What you’ll learn: 

  • Professional skills and industry knowledge  
  • ITIL 
  • Java basics 
  • Intermediate Java 
  • Advanced Java 
  • NetBeans 
  • Git/GitHub 
  • Maven 
  • Classes and objects 
  • Relational databases & SQL 
  • Spring boot rest with JDBC template 
  • Rest web services via jQuery 
  • Spring boot full stack web apps 
2

Option 2

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT (GOLANG)

What you’ll learn: 

  • Professional skills and industry knowledge  
  • The Go programming language 
  • Data types available in Go 
  • Flow control 
  • Functions & data structures 
  • Error handling  
  • API development 
  • An IDE or code editor that supports Go, such as Atom or Visual Studio Code 
  • Kubernetes 
  • Kafka 
3

Option 3

FULL STACK DEVELOPMENT (C#/.NET)

What you’ll learn: 

  • Professional skills and industry knowledge  
  • C# 
  • Classes and objects 
  • Relational databases & SQL 
  • Microsoft SQL Server 
  • REST services via jQuery & ASP.NET web API 
  • Server-side programming in ASP.NET web API 
  • Full stack web applications 
  • Entity Framework 
  • ASP.NET Identity 
  • Git/GitHub 
4

Option 4

MAINFRAME DEVELOPMENT USING COBOL

What you’ll learn: 

  • Professional skills and industry knowledge  
  • Mainframe environment 
  • COBOL 
  • TSO/ISPF commands and navigation 
  • JCL programming using the COBOL  
  • Code and execute JCL 
  • Structure of COBOL programs (Data types & Variable Handling, Built-in functions, Conditional logic) 
  • IMS DB programming 
5

Option 5

PROGRAMMING IN Q/KDB+

What you’ll learn: 

  • Intro to Linux  
  • Introduction to Q/KDB+ 
  • Q basics and syntax 
  • Functions 
  • Functions & iterators 
  • Dictionaries 
  • Tables, queries and QSQL 
  • Execution control & compound data structures & attributes 
  • File I/O 
  • IPC – Interprocess communication 
  • Timers and scheduling jobs 
  • Tickerplant framework and common KDB processes 
  • Data on disk 
  • Functional forms 
  • Websockets 
6

Option 6

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT WITH C++

What you’ll learn: 

  • Professional skills and industry knowledge 
  • C++ 
  • Variables / assignments 
  • Branches 
  • Loops 
  • Arrays / vectors 
  • User-defined functions 
  • Objects and classes 
  • Pointers 
  • Streams 
  • Inheritance 
  • Recursion 
  • Exceptions 
  • Templates 
  • Containers 
  • Searching and sorting algorithms 

PRODUCTION SUPPORT

Become a production support engineer ready for the professional world. 

From this pathway you’ll learn how to keep applications and systems running smoothly by identifying problems and deploying smart solutions. 

Perfect for you if you have basic computer skills, including the ability to save files and open files from a specific storage location. Experience in software development is useful but not required. 

What you’ll learn:  

  • Professional skills and industry knowledge  
  • Linux for production support 
  • Python and a related IDE, such as Jupyter Notebook 
  • SQL and MySQL Server 
  • ITIL 
  • Monitoring 
  • DevOps 
  • Site Reliability Engineering 
  • Disaster recovery 

BANKING SERVICES

Become a banking services specialist ready for the investment banking world. 

From this training, you’ll explore the ever-changing landscape of financial crime, and how to enforce regulations in a major financial institution while still providing a first-class customer service. 

Perfect for you if You have an interest in the world of finance and a hunger to learn how to use your analytical skills in a new way. 

What you’ll learn: 

  • Professional skills and financial concepts 
  • Financial crime training 
  • Investment banking and disaster recovery 
  • Management 

I learned a lot during the mthree training, including Linux, which I now use everyday. The training also grew my confidence. I learnt how to open up when in a group which helped me overcome my shyness.

Tunde,

MSc Digital Humanities graduate now working as Production Support Analyst at a leading investment bank

The training is a great opportunity, not only to learn, but to build relationships with people around the world. The lecturers have thorough knowledge and extensive experience, not just in the field of programming, but in the field of finance as well

Eszter

MSc in Info-Bionics Engineering now working as a Software Developer at a leading investment bank

The training has provided me with the knowledge I need to go into the job and feel confident. 

Ben,

LLM Law graduate now working as a Anti-Money Laundering Investigation Analyst at a leading investment bank

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You’re not alone
when you’re
working from home

We know that starting your first job is daunting, especially when it’s remote working. We’ve adapted our pre-placement training to ensure Alumni are prepared for working from home before they start. 

The power of technology means we’re always connected. So even if you won’t physically be surrounded by your colleagues, platforms like Microsoft Teams, Slack and Skype mean your team members, and us at mthree, are only a message, video chat or phone call away.