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Microsoft will mark its thirtieth anniversary in Ireland in 2015 by increasing this year’s annual intake of graduates

19th October, 2014
A group of Microsoft Ireland's graduate recruits, pictured at the tech giant's Sandyford Campus in Dublin Fennells

Microsoft will mark its thirtieth anniversary in Ireland in 2015 by increasing this year’s annual intake of graduates, as plans to develop a new campus in Leopardstown in south Dublin gather pace.

The company is recruiting for 35 graduate positions, with an application deadline of October 31, according to HR director Clodagh Logue. Also on offer are 65 internships, with a later application deadline of December 31.

As well as increasing the number of graduate roles on offer...

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