We have now published our guide of activities for all students on the Tech Industry Gold degree course across the UK. The guide will help students make the most of the opportunities offered to them by employers as part of the course.
Following early roles managing small charity operations, Tom has held very broad ranging roles in Reed, developing particular expertise in working with employers and education. Tom’s appointment will be effective from 7th September 2020.
Hold the date for the Tech Industry Gold Student/Employer Autumn Event.
If you’re a Tech Industry Gold student you have the opportunity to take part in Tech Partnership Degrees’ bi-annual competition. This year the competition will take place online. Find out more here and good luck.
The Summer Institute was created by the Tech Allies Network as technology cuts across all industries and some students may only experience working in one or two industries before moving into a full-time job. The Summer Institute programme aims to give students an insight into multiple industries, enabling them to make more informed decisions about their future careers.
“I would recommend going on a placement as it’s a great way to get some insight into the professional work environment and to also help you find your career path as it’s made me realise what I want to do in the future”.
“Anyone considering doing a year’s placement should definitely seize the opportunity,” says Tech Industry Gold student Stefan Dupey-Whyte, who is studying at Loughborough University and completed a placement at HSBC.
From innovation to research, Tech Industry Gold degree students were given a unique ‘behind the scenes’ tour of BT’s Headquarters.
“I think a Tech Industry Gold Degree Apprenticeship is a smart career move, as you really get the best of both worlds (learning/job experience), and I would recommend it highly.”