The Tech Partnership

This programme is an exciting new way to grow our technical skills base at John Lewis, and the degree apprentices will play a huge part in moving the business forward.

Alistair Wood, John Lewis Partnership

BSc degree apprenticeships

Revolutionising the way young people get started on a tech career

To help companies attract and retain tech specialists, leading employers and universities have collaborated through the Tech Partnership to develop a range of digital degree apprenticeships. Each university’s digital degree apprenticeships programme is accredited by employers as Tech Industry Gold, so it meets industry standards for quality, content and delivery.

To join a programme, candidates need to satisfy the employer’s recruitment requirements as well as the associated university’s entry criteria. Once accepted, they are equipped with a range of skills and knowledge: technical skills, of course, but also the business and interpersonal skills that are equally valued by employers.

 

Why degree apprenticeships?

  • On-the-job training - delivered and tailored to business need
  • High-calibre candidates - find new graduate-level recruits
  • New knowledge - spread new academic and vocational knowledge among existing staff members
  • Skills gap solution - fill your higher-level tech skills gaps easily

 

BSc apprenticeships from the Tech Partnership

 

Digital & technology solutions BSc apprenticeship

This innovative programme equips degree apprentices with the skills they need to work in a wide range of graduate-level tech and digital roles, including business analyst, cyber security analyst, data analyst, IT consultant, network engineer and software engineer. 

Cyber security BSc apprenticeship

With cyber threats on the rise, and demand for skills high, 40 employers and 6 universities have collaborated to develop this programme, expected to start from September 2017. Recruits will spend 3-5 years combining on-the-job training with campus study.

User experience BSc/BA apprenticeship

This programme is designed to create professionals who can apply user-centred design thinking to research and develop positive user experiences for any device used for interaction between a user and a system. Expected to start from September 2017, it involves 3-5 years of on-the-job training and campus study.


Questions? See the Degree Apprenticeship FAQ page

 

Find a degree apprenticeship

Search courses - including university, employer and specialism - below. All are Tech Partnership-accredited to meet employers' skills, knowledge, content and delivery needs.  

 

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How to apply

Employers & universities: for details on accreditation, contact degreeapprenticeships@thetechpartnership.com 

Students: for details on applying to a course, visit the degree apprenticeships student page 

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