First-class honours degree graduate, Liam Jack, realised that Northumbria University was just right for him as the ITMB Tech Industry Gold degree gave him opportunities he never expected.
Sanaya Khambatta, graduated with a first-class honours ITMB degree and earned the ‘Consultancy Project Outstanding Contributions Prize’ from UWE, Bristol. Find out more about her undergraduate experience on a Tech Industry Gold degree course.
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.
Employers of digital professionals from all sectors of the economy came together with university lecturers and other stakeholders to learn from each other, taking away new ideas for practical action.
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.
A new publication has been released to help employers, educators and students develop a more common understanding of the language of digital jobs and degrees and share ideas for practical steps to improve the flow of talent.
Employers and academics met for the three-yearly curriculum review of the Tech Partnership’s accredited degree programmes; working together to equip university students with the skills for the jobs of tomorrow.
Nineteen shadowing opportunities with top tech companies were awarded as spot prizes at the last Tech Partnership Degrees event. Tech Industry Gold student, Thomas Chalmers, reflects on his experience work shadowing Mark Evans, CEO of Telefonica UK.