About the apprenticeship
Due to the nature of our business, you work on ‘projects'. This means you have the opportunity to work across a wide range of roles related to your apprenticeship, work with clients in different industries and locations, there is no ‘typical day'. The best thing about joining us is that while you may start in one of these areas, the opportunity to move internally is huge, so you can take control of your career from your first day.
Our undergraduates have worked on top-secret national security projects, played their part in securing Europe's major satellites, and helped win multi-million pound contracts. It really does vary at CGI and that is the exciting thing, it is up to you to shape and develop your career in the direction you want to go with the support of others.
To support you, you will have designated managers who will look after you on a day-to-day basis and be on hand to support you with your career development and professional conduct at CGI. You will also have a ‘Buddy' to help you with anything else you may need.
There is a digital revolution taking place in the UK and our work is at the heart of it. Every day, our members come to work knowing they are making a real difference, in exciting industries such as Space, Defence & Intelligence and Central Government. As one of the leading names in IT, we're looking for amazing people to be part of our team. We want you to help drive some of the most exciting IT opportunities available. We offer a fantastic working environment with great support, plus loads of training and benefits too. There is never a dull day at CGI!
In our eyes, you are the next generation of leaders and technical experts, and we are proud to be able to offer you lots of opportunities to help you achieve your potential. Join one of our apprenticeship programmes and you'll take your career to places your never thought possible.
You will study towards a BSc (Hons) Applied Software Engineering degree at Swansea University one day per week and spend the other four days a week developing your career here with us. The duration of the course is 3 years.
During the apprenticeship, you'll work in roles related to your degree such as Software Engineering, Software Testing and IT Support and therefore you'll need to demonstrate an interest in these areas.
You can shape and develop your career throughout the course of the programme then continue with us after graduation. You'll also benefit from a competitive starting salary, fully paid tuition fees and all the support you need to succeed.
A minimum of five A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent grades 4-9 on the new grading scale), including English, Maths and Science.
To have or be predicted to achieve at least 120 UCAS points across three A-Levels (or equivalent) at grade C or above (excluding General Studies) gained in the same academic year or a completed Advanced IT Apprenticeship. Please note, we encourage applications if you have not met these grade requirements but have extenuating circumstances.
Your A-Levels (or equivalent e.g. BTEC etc) should include a STEM or IT related subject, unless you can show programming/development ability through work experience or extra-curricular activities.
Our apprenticeships are designed for candidates with A-Levels (or equivalent e.g. BTEC etc) who do not yet have a degree in a related subject. If you are working towards a degree, or already have one, please see our Industrial Placement and Graduate opportunities.
Please note: We will need to see original certificates for all qualifications. Due to UK Government security requirements we are only able to accept applications from candidates who have the unrestricted right to live and work in the United Kingdom.
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BSc (Hons) Applied Software Engineering
About the employer
C G I I T Uk Ltd
Moor Road, Waterton Industrial Estate
Yes, we are part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
If successful from application stage, you will be invited to an interview.