Software Degree stories
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.
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 University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has been offering outstanding Tech Industry Gold programmes since 2006. Find out more.
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.
Nineteen shadowing opportunities with top tech companies were awarded as spot prizes at the last Tech Partnership Degrees’ event. Tech Industry Gold student, Sudhanshu Malla, reflects on his experience work shadowing Brendan O’Rourke, CIO of Telefonica UK.
Ibrahim recently graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a First Class BSc in Software Development for Business (SDfB), a Tech Partnership-accredited degree. Armed with top-notch tech skills, he now hopes to join the fight against the growing cyber security threat.