Employers and universities from across the UK came together on 12th June at IBM to celebrate the impact of employer-accredited Tech Industry Gold degree apprenticeships. Read about the degree apprentice experience from employers, universities and degree apprentices.
Tech Industry Gold students, Mary Obembe and Kukku George, impressed Telefónica UK and were offered the opportunity to work shadow the CIO for one day. Find out more about their work shadowing day experience and why they chose to study a Tech Industry Gold accredited degree at Aston University.
Tech Industry Gold degree apprenticeships offer students and employees opportunities which they might have never considered. Read our latest spotlight on Anglia Ruskin University which offers the Tech Industry Gold BSc degree apprenticeship and will be offering the MSc in due course.
Queen Mary University of London has been delivering Tech Industry Gold accredited degrees since 2013. Read how its Tech Industry Gold undergraduates have impressed employers over the course of their degree.
Twenty four teams from across the UK participated in the Hackathon working towards impressing the panel of employer judges with their digital solutions for reducing plastic consumption and plastic waste in our oceans. The event took place at Tech Industry Gold provider Queen Mary University of London.
This month’s university spotlight feature focuses on the University of West London (UWL). The university offers the Tech Industry Gold accredited ITMB degree and achieved 100% in its student satisfaction rate. Read about UWL’s Tech Industry Gold students’ and graduates’ success stories and what the university has to offer.
The Tech Allies Summer Institute will be running a two-week summer placement programme for first year tech undergraduates. The opportunity will take place at Barclays, GSK and IBM, in London, from Monday 15th July 2019 to Friday 26th July 2019. Applications deadline is 30th April 2019.
Tech Industry Gold students bring together culture and tech at the National Gallery, organised by Deloitte
On 20th March, Tech Industry Gold students from Queen Mary University of London and the University of West London, took part in a Hackathon at the National Gallery organised by Deloitte to encourage students to realise that tech and culture could go together.
The latest results from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) show that graduates of employer-accredited Tech Industry Gold degrees have achieved academic and employment results which far outstrip computer science overall, all degrees overall, and almost every individual subject area.