- Application deadline – Thursday 20th May at 11pm
- Career Unlocked: Game Based Assessments – Friday 21st May at 12 noon
- Video Interview – Sunday 23rd May at 11pm
- Virtual Career Focus Assessment Day – Tuesday 1st and Thursday 3rd June
- GCSE grade B or above in English & Maths
- A Level – achieved or expected to achieve by August 2021 predicted grades of BBB or above, of which at least one qualification must be in either Maths, Physics or a Computing related topic
- A passion for technology through projects or experience outside of school
- Drive, commitment and eagerness to learn
- Good communication and collaboration skills
- Full funding for a BSC Hons Computing Systems degree with Ulster University
- A competitive apprenticeship salary
- A supportive, nurturing learning environment
- Variation with 6 month rotations around different teams within technology
- Working with teams of great individuals, passionate about what they do supporting your development with on the job training, self-paced and classroom training from CME Group, covering business acumen, technology and soft skills
- Valuable experience of working in a global corporate, within a local office in central Belfast
- Up-to-date information on applying to Oxford and Cambridge (including Student Experience)
- Live Q&A sessions with course academics and current undergraduate students
- Opportunity to hear about sports and societies at both Universities
- Sessions from our current undergraduate students about applying, settling in to life at both Universities and their course of study
- Support staff will be available for a live Q&A session, including Careers, Student Funding and the Disability team
- Information for teachers and HE advisors A full timetable of talks and sessions will be available nearer the time.
- Year 13 students that are doing AS level subjects or equivalent BTEC.
- The projects are available in a wide range of subjects from STEM to Social sciences and IT.
- There is one pathway that is means – tested and pays the student a bursary.
- There is another pathway which is not means – tested and is open to all students
The University of Dundee is now using Unibuddy. This platform connects people directly with University of Dundee students where you can ask about student life, the transition to University or anything else you want to know about what it’s really like to study with us. You can chat with our students now using the link below.
Link: Uni Buddy
Queen’s University Belfast in partnership with PwC are pleased to announce another year of recruitment for our higher-level degree apprenticeship in Software Engineering, for those starting in September 2021.