Further to the Tech Partnership’s announcement of 4th October 2017, employers were quick to reassure universities and students of their ongoing support for the industry-accredited Tech Degrees.
Computer Weekly has announced the list for Most Influential Women in UK IT 2017, including this year’s winner Sherry Coutu, founder and chair of the not-for-profit Founders4schools.org.uk, a Tech Partnership’s key partner on the TechFuture Ambassadors programme.
Hear more about how Manchester Metropolitan University is leading the way in degree apprenticeships, including in the tech sector, in areas like software engineering, cyber security and analytics.
The good news for all the students who got their results today is that there are exciting opportunities available for them to reshape their education and their career for the digital economy ahead.
Birkbeck, Leeds Beckett and Teesside, have joined the select group of universities working directly with businesses to deliver the BSc (Honours) Digital & Technology Solutions degree apprenticeship programme.
In this short film, Jamie explains why, as a degree apprentice, he feels he gets the best of both worlds – working at IBM as a Client Support Manager and studying at QMU London for a BSc degree in Digital & Technology Solutions.
The Tech Partnership is now seeking input and guidance from industry and HE/FE educators on terminology used to recruit students into courses and jobs. Deadline is this Friday, 28 July, so have your say now.