Employers of digital professionals from all sectors of the economy came together with university lecturers and other stakeholders to learn from each other, taking away new ideas for practical action.
The University of the West of England (UWE), which offers the Tech Industry Gold undergraduate and degree apprenticeship programmes, has increased its Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) status from silver to gold.
Nineteen shadowing opportunities with top tech companies were awarded as spot prizes at the last Tech Partnership Degrees event. Tech Industry Gold student, Karolina Bargiel shares her experience work shadowing Christine Hodgson, Chairman of Capgemini UK plc.
A new publication has been released to help employers, educators and students develop a more common understanding of the language of digital jobs and degrees and share ideas for practical steps to improve the flow of talent.
Nineteen shadowing opportunities with top tech companies were awarded as spot prizes at the last Tech Partnership Degrees event. Tech Industry Gold student, Sudhanshu Malla, reflects on his experience work shadowing Brendan O’Rourke, CIO of Telefonica UK.
ITMB degree student Emanuele shares his entrepreneurial journey, started with the help of a business mentor and boosted through a ‘Year in Enterprise’ placement. Find out more.
After leaving college with A’ levels and an Art foundation course, Edwin decided to build his own computer which ignited his passion in IT hardware and led him to a digital degree apprenticeship. Find out more about Edwin’s experience.
Employers and academics met for the three-yearly curriculum review of the Tech Partnership’s accredited degree programmes; working together to equip university students with the skills for the jobs of tomorrow.
Hear from Digital Degree Apprentice Chris about his experience and the benefits of this new route into a tech career, combining work experience and an employer-accredited degree from the Tech Partnership.