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We Love Supporting Students

The will to educate, discover new opportunities, and work on useful projects is our inherent quality, which is a spirit we love to share with others. Did you know that Kentico was initially a Bachelor’s thesis?


We Cooperate with Masaryk University and the Brno University of Technology

We involve students in our projects on a regular basis. We organize various workshops at the Faculty of Informatics of Masaryk University.


We Consult on Theses

We suggest topics for Bachelor and Master theses. But if you have your own idea, let us know and we can see it through together. You can also work on your thesis in our company. We praise anything that can be applied in real life. Get in touch at theses@kentico.com


Working and studying together

It’s common that you may want a university degree. Many of us wanted it too. We labeled those positions that are open also for students. As a student, you’re a part of a team as others, but you have more time for your exams and studying.


Dull and boring aren’t in our vocabulary

We’re not robots; we like to have fun just like everyone else. That’s why you may have come across a city-wide game in Brno that we put on, or our 1337challenge to test your hacking skills.

  • Slávo Moroz

    I have been interested in .NET technologies since university. A while ago I attended a talk given by developers from Kentico. I really enjoyed what they were talking about and the way in which they presented the material. At the end of the talk they mentioned that they were looking for some new colleagues. So I got in touch with them... and now I have been working at Kentico for 7 years.

    Slávo Moroz, Technical Leader

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Barbora Jakubíková

HR Community Manager

Do you also think school shouldn't be all about theory and prepare you for life instead? With Kentico, you'll gain knowledge you can actually use. I look after everything around students' theses, internship programs, and workshops. Each of our activity is really meaningful for students - and that is what I enjoy most.