The Tech Partnership

Fujitsu takes pride in its apprenticeship programmes and wants to make sure it provides apprentices with the best possible start in their career in technology. Tech Industry Gold programmes deliver that, and we're proud to be part of their development.

Sarah Bampton, Talent Manager, Fujitsu

Tech Industry Gold Accreditation

As a key part of our role in raising quality throughout the education and training system, the Tech Partnership identifies, accredits and promotes high-quality training and education provisions under Tech Industry Gold.

Tech Industry Gold degrees and degree apprenticeship programmes have been assessed as meeting the employer-relevant standards defined by the Tech Partnership. These programmes are offered by universities, colleges and employers who work with the Tech Partnership to give their learners the best possible development opportunity.

What types of programmes are accredited?

  • MSc Apprenticeships

    MSc Apprenticeships

    Masters apprenticeships help employers tailor the skills of new talent to their most demanding business challenges, enabling both new entrants and existing staff to study for an MSc degree while working.

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  • BSc Apprenticeships

    BSc Apprenticeships

    Degree apprenticeships help employers tailor the skills of fresh, emerging talent to their business need. Each apprenticeship includes a fully integrated BSc Honours degree to facilitate both academic learning and on-the-job practical training for a digital career.

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  • Degrees


    Tech Industry Gold Degrees are accredited by the Tech Partnership for their quality and relevance to careers in technology. Employers collaborate through the Partnership to define their scope and support their delivery. These degrees are formed around software developer skills and IT and business management.

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