Degree apprenticeships - a path that pays into the tech sector
As part of the 'Break into Tech' series, this Guardian article features the Tech Partnership degree apprenticeship as a way to get into tech... without the debt.
Industry rallies behind Tech Industry Gold Degrees
Further to the Tech Partnership’s announcement of 4th October 2017, employers were quick to reassure universities and students of their ongoing support for the industry-accredited Tech Degrees.
Special broadcast - leading the field in degree apprenticeships with MMU
Hear more about how Manchester Metropolitan University is leading the way in degree apprenticeships, including in the tech sector, in areas like software engineering, cyber security and analytics.
- Establish the Digital & Technology Solutions degree apprenticeship programme to enable 2015 starters
- Share best practice between employers and universities
- Develop the degree apprenticeship programme for 2015, supporting the initial employers and universities
- Execute a marketing programme to ensure degree apprenticeships are understood and utilised by companies of all sizes across the sector
- Ensure good geographic coverage of universities to meet the needs of employers
- Develop a strong pipeline of applicants for 2016 places
- 150 degree apprentices start in September/October 2015
- Set a plan in place to grow the community of employers and universities
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