The Tech Partnership Degrees’ Student/Employer Events are the perfect opportunity to meet talented students from universities across the UK, looking to explore their career opportunities within technology and business.
Every September, the Tech Partnership Degrees team looks forward to meeting all new students on the Tech Industry gold programmes at participating universities. New undergraduates will find out all there is to know to get started and make the most of the Tech Industry Gold student experience.
This year’s Tech Partnership Degrees’ North event takes place on 14th November 2018, where Tech Industry Gold degree students from across the UK will present a tech concept to impress employers. The competition details sponsored by O2 are now revealed.
Nineteen shadowing opportunities with top tech companies were awarded as spot prizes at the last Tech Partnership Degrees event. Tech Industry Gold student, James Weston shares his experience work shadowing Andy Cripps, Technical Services Director at Quicksilva.
Alex Holmes, first-class ITMB graduate, secured a sandwich year in Australia during his degree course. He explains how making the most of all the opportunities offered were key to achieving great results.
Nineteen shadowing opportunities with top tech companies were awarded as spot prizes at the last Tech Partnership Degrees event. Tech Industry Gold student, Joanna Phillips shares her experience work shadowing David Norton, CIO at Mullen Lowe Group.
Working part-time and volunteering as a student ambassador contributed to Jasleen Maan acquiring a role as a data manager at UWL. She explains how the ITMB degree was the best decision to secure an exciting future working in tech.
Rising to the challenge, building technical skills and exploring all opportunities helped Thomas Chalmers, first-class honours ITMB degree graduate from Queen Mary University of London, secure a graduate role at Deutsche Bank.
A’ levels in Dance, PE, and Media can get you to study a tech-related degree, as Sarah Willis, first-class honours ITMB degree graduate from Loughborough University explains.