London

Whatever you are interested in London can offer it, including easy access to the rest of the UK and Europe

Why London?

There are endless reasons to want to work in London, not least to work near some of the world’s top visitor attractions - many of them free of charge - amongst an iconic skyline, within a city that offers top sporting activities, west end musicals, hundreds of world class restaurants, bars and entertainment. Whatever you are interested in London can offer it, including easy access to the rest of the UK and Europe.

Where are the Atos offices in London?

The Atos offices are based in London Triton Square, north of the River Thames and not far from Warren Street and Great Portland Street tube stations.

Are there any other grads working from this office?

London Triton Square has a broad mix of graduates from a huge range of business areas: Managed Services, Systems Integration, Finance, Sales, Marketing, Project Management and many others. There is a vibrant graduate community, and we often arrange social events outside work, so this is a great place to be.

Is it easy to travel and park?

Driving to the office is not viable as we are based in Central London, but Warren Street and Great Portland Street tube stations are a short walk away, with Regent’s Park, Euston Square and Euston also close by (SP – Euston is all of about 2 mins walk further than the others!!). Finally, King’s Cross is also easily accessible.

 

Underground

Distance

Lines

Warren Street

5 minutes’ walk

Victoria and Northern

Great Portland Street

5 minutes’ walk

Circle/Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City

Regent’s Park

10 minutes’ walk

Bakerloo

Euston Square

7 minutes’ walk

Circle/Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City

 

Euston, King’s Cross and Marylebone mainline stations are also within walking distance, and all others can be accessed by tube, if you’d prefer to live outside London.

British Rail

King’s Cross & St Pancras

20 minutes’ walk

Marylebone

20 minutes’ walk

Euston

10 minutes’ walk

 

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

Choosing a place to live depends on your budget. However, convenient places to consider include Camden Town, Mornington Crescent, Chalk Farm, Finsbury Park, Crouch End, Farringdon, Angel and Old Street, among others. Lots of different sites and agents are available to help you with your search, and options include spareroom.com, Rightmove and Gumtree . SpareRoom even run regular ‘Speed Flatmating’ events – a casual occasion where you can meet potential flatmates before making the move.

What are the options for lunch?

As you might imagine, there is a huge variety of choice. If you hop on the tube, you can find all varieties of cuisine very quickly. Around the office, there is a wide choice too:

Warren’s – an Italian sandwich deli and pasta bar found on Warren Street. Zilly’s – a Mexican bar selling burritos, nachos, ciabattas and salads.  Farmer’s Market - First Thursday of every month, serving a variety of cuisines. Wasabi – Japanese sushi bar just round the corner, with Eat next door, Sainsbury’s, Prât à Manger, Starbucks and Pod – all on the square just outside the office

Nando’s and Pizza Express – by Great Portland Street Tube Greggs, Boots, Subway and Japanese Kitchen – Tottenham Court Road A variety of Indian food – Drummond Street

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