Still unsure about whether you're choosing the best tech degree?
If you are interested in technology and want to develop employability skills over the course of your degree, find out more about the IT Management for Business (ITMB) or Software Development for Business (SDfB) degrees, available from 20 leading universities across the UK.
From working with SEGA to Big Data - the ITMB degree gave me the confidence to aim high
Thanks to the experience and connections he made on the ITMB degree course with the University of West London (UWL), Damien secured a job as an IT Systems Specialist for a corporate company, while still in his 3rd year. Here he shares some advice for future ITMB students.
The apprenticeship levy - please share your thoughts
Three months after its introduction, the Tech Partnership is keen to understand how employers are currently using the apprenticeship levy. If you are an employer of digital or tech staff, please have your say. Deadline is 1st Sep.
Standards and Quality
Upskill your existing workforce through business-focused training
Building a globally competitive digital and technology skills base in the UK is a key priority for the Tech Partnership. To reach this goal, the Tech Partnership carries the responsibility for setting standards for digital skills in the UK, for ensuring qualifications meet employers’ needs, and for raising the quality of training delivered to tech professionals.
These standards help define the ideal capabilities required for IT professionals and help employers to recognise their employees’ skill levels.Read more
The new Trailblazers apprenticeships are designed to make apprenticeships more attractive to employers by simplifying the system and making apprenticeships more rigorous and better aligned to employers' requirements.Read more
Find out more about high-quality training accredited by employers through Tech Industry Gold.Read more