Why the university of glasgow

Led by the Centre for Computing Science Education and informed by world-leading research on how to successfully teach computing subjects, our Graduate Apprenticeship programme has been developed and is delivered by a dedicated team of academic, research and business development staff. 

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About the Centre for Computing Science Education (CCSE)

Established in 2017 the CCSE brings together experts from the university, Education Scotland, Scottish Qualifications Authority, school teachers and industry. The purpose of the centre is to increase radically the visibility and activity around Computing Science education in terms of opportunity, practice, research and leadership. It is the natural home of our ground breaking Software Engineering GA.

 

Our bespoke Graduate Apprenticeship programme benefits:

  • Our dedicated team provides unrivalled support for employer partners and apprentices
  • Employers benefit from our dedicated recruitment and selection services
  • We offer a free Programming Summer School
  • Our innovative front-loaded teaching fast tracks apprentices’ skills development, providing a robust learning environment
  • Specialist support and advice is provided to develop a mentoring programme for your apprentices
  • This flexible degree programme provides options to specialise in Data Science, Cyber Security and Systems Engineering
  • Our GA is a true partnership, collaborating with our employers every step of the way, creating a Community of Practice​​

“there is great credibility from working with the University of Glasgow” Scottish Qualifications Authority

About our School of Computing Science:

  • Access the expertise of a world-leading research-intensive institution
  • The University has an active widening participation scheme
  • Research partnership opportunities. Our School of Computer Science is top in Scotland for research impact
  • The School of Computing Science has been ranked first for overall student satisfaction in four of the last nine years in the National Student Survey
  • Courses are designed and taught by researchers who are leaders in their fields