Five top tips to get a job in the technology sector
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This guide will get you started by matching your passions and profile to an engineering specialism.
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With the numbers of jobs in the sector set to grow substantially year-on-year, the engineering sector shows no signs of stopping in its tracks when it comes to recruitment. Boiled down to its very essence, engineering combines mathematics and scientific principles to provide effective solutions t...
I didn’t know too much about apprenticeships until I started looking into what I could do instead of going to college or sixth form
I wanted to apply for this internship, because I knew I was interested in becoming a structural engineer.
Roles are available to graduates and students under the Business Partnerships scheme. The university helps place students in local businesses but also offers internal roles. There are no specific graduate schemes, per se, but a number of roles on a more junior level.
I studied Civil Engineering with Appropriate Technology at the University of Warwick. I graduated with an MEng in 2011.
Apprenticeships offer you the opportunity to start work, earn a wage, and continue studying at a higher level.
The decision to study a postgraduate qualification can be a tough one.
The ICT sector (or otherwise known as the information and communications technology sector) is arguably one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK.
We work closely with universities and organisations in education, and we are always happy to have students joining our company as part of their development programme.
The opportunity to receive training on the job and equip me to work on a variety of projects was also a huge plus for me.
BT’s apprenticeship scheme looked exactly like the sort of thing I was after, especially given my love of networks. I found my current apprenticeship and here I am!
I was looking for a summer internship as I liked the idea of being able to try out a career and company before I applied for a graduate job.
Interview with Yasmeen Salah, Graduate at Monitor Deloitte
Interview with Chloe Priestley, Higher Apprentice at PwC