Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are embracing Tech Industry Gold degree apprenticeships, with the Open University, as a valuable opportunity to develop in-demand digital skills. And they are starting to reap the rewards already.
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has been offering outstanding Tech Industry Gold programmes since 2006. Find out more.
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.
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.
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.
Liz Sokolowski, ITMB course leader at UWL, tells us how her university is partnering with games company Sega to give students real insight into a career in computer games and much more.