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We were really excited to sponsor the North Event. At Sky, we’re always looking for passionate, engaged and interested young people and this was a great opportunity for us to meet lots of students in one go, talk to them, and give them the opportunity to ask us questions too.

Martha Jennings, Sky (Headline sponsor of the North Event 2016)

Promote your business and meet talented Tech Partnership degree students


Promote your business and meet talented Tech Partnership degree students


Employer sponsorship and recruitment fair opportunities are now available for the twice-yearly Tech Partnership Degrees Student/Employer Events.

  • NORTH EVENT: 22nd November 2017, King's House Conference Centre, Manchester
  • SOUTH EVENT: 7th March 2018, CA Technologies, Datchet, Slough

This is a chance for businesses to meet bright, talented students from universities across the UK, and promote their company's jobs, placements and work experience. In addition to the headline sponsorship and recruitment fair spaces opportunities, employers can also take part in other ways such as becoming a keynote speaker, volunteering as a competition judge, or leading a skills session.

These events specifically target students of the Tech Partnership-accredited degrees, IT Management for Business (ITMB) and Software Development for Business (SDfB), who are equipped with the business, technical and soft skills these courses provide. Each event attracts over 250 high-calibre students, so it's a great opportunity to inspire and reach tomorrow’s tech high fliers.

Hear more about the benefits of getting involved from some previous sponsors - watch the video

Spaces are limited so don't delay, find out more now.

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