Tech Partnership student ambassadors and employers came together this week at the City of London offices of SAS to share ideas and insights, meet each other and network.
Number of universities offering Tech Partnership-accredited degree apprenticeships more than doubles
As the number of universities offering degree apprenticeships doubles, students share on their experiences of this new way of learning.
The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills has recently approved the Tech Partnership’s Expression of Interest to develop the BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Technical Professional degree apprenticeship.
Digital confidence at home does not translate into workplace competence, says The Digital Culture Clash, a new study commissioned by Cisco in partnership with the Institute of Cultural Capital.
Four universities offering Tech Partnership-accredited tech degrees, Aston, Loughborough, Durham and Manchester, have featured in the Guardian’s annual list of top ten computer science departments.
The Tech Partnership has welcomed the independent Shadbolt Review into Computer Sciences Degree Accreditation and Graduate Employability, published yesterday.
Employers across the UK have praised technology-related degree apprenticeships in the Tech Partnership’s latest survey, applauding the value they added to their training portfolios.
The government has pledged £10 million over the next two years to increase the number of degree apprenticeships, allowing more people to gain a high-level qualification while working.
The Tech Partnership’s latest statistical analysis of the tech industry workforce paints a picture of a southern based, highly educated workforce earning significantly more than the national average.