UCL’s ITMB undergraduate, Patryk Sobczak, recounts his summer placement work experience at The Championships, Wimbledon, run by IBM and facilitated by Tech Partnership Degrees.
Twelve Tech Industry Gold undergraduates were selected to take part in a four-week summer programme organised by the Tech Allies Network. The placements took place at GSK, IBM, and Barclays giving first-year students an in-depth understanding of the tech world in three different industries.
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.
One of the 28 universities now offering Tech Industry Gold accredited degree apprenticeships is Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU). Find out more from current digital degree apprentices – watch the videos.
Employers from across the economy have underlined their ongoing commitment to working with Higher Education to deliver outstanding, industry-relevant degree courses. The new Board and not-for-profit organisation will take forward the Tech Partnership’s work in HE.
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.
If you are interested in technology and want to develop employability skills over the course of your degree, find out more about the IT Management for Business (ITMB) or Software Development for Business (SDfB) degrees, available from 20 leading universities across the UK.
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.
Tech Partnership Degrees alumni have set up a brand new mentoring scheme to help students, apprentices and alumni connect with the tech industry and employers.