Interested in digital or technology?
We’ve launched our exciting Digital Degree Apprenticeship in partnership with a top University where you will have the opportunity to study towards a degree, gain valuable work placements at Vodafone, earn a competitive salary over the 4-year course and have fully funded tuition fees! If you secure a 2:1 or above, we will also guarantee you a role in one of our Digital teams once you graduate! What better way to start your Digital career!
You will study BSc Computer Science with Digital Technology Partnership at the University of Birmingham across a 4-year course whilst also gaining valuable experience with industry experts, completing a 10 week summer placement in year 1 and an industrial placement year in your third year. As a Vodafone employee, you will earn a competitive salary, have access to all of our benefits (e.g. pension contribution, discounts) and your tuition fees will be completely covered!
How it works
- You will need to have at least AAA with an A in Mathematics from three A-levels or equivalent (excluding General Studies or Critical Thinking)
- You will need to apply to the specific University of Birmingham UCAS course G403
- If your application is academically suitable, you will be invited to attend a Vodafone assessment day
- If successful, you will start on the programme in Sept 2020
As per the UCAS deadline, applications are now closed for 2020
We designed this programme to help build our digital future and to provide opportunities to students who are going to be at the forefront of digital innovation. With our track-record as a British communications and technology pioneer, Vodafone is uniquely positioned to help the UK expand its pipeline of digital talent and advance as a digital leader.
Find out more…
Check out more information on the course on the University’s website here
If you have any questions about the academic content of the degree or about being a student at Birmingham, please contact The Admissions Team at the School of Computer Science: +44 (0)121 415 8742 / firstname.lastname@example.org