Got A-levels? Determined to become a top IT professional?
With A-levels or equivalent, you can join in 2014 on a 5 Year Sponsored Degree Higher Apprentice Programme.
You’ll become part of the Capgemini business, working on real client projects (with plenty of support and guidance) from the moment you start.
One of the really special things about this programme is that you’ll be sponsored to complete a BSc (Hons) degree in Computing and IT Practice. So you can get a degree without student debt, along with valuable work experience and a permanent job
All the experience and training that will be offered will give you a solid background in IT plus industry-recognised qualifications. You’ll also have a permanent job with a competitive salary from the day you start your apprenticeship.
Why a Higher Apprenticeship?
If you are looking for an alternative, accelerated path into the IT industry, you should consider this 5-year study and work programme from Capgemini. It includes all the opportunities you need to prepare for a successful career in the IT industry, acquiring technical skills in software engineering as well as broader business related personal development.
On finishing your IT apprenticeship successfully, you will be a highly qualified member of Capgemini global business, with unparalleled career opportunities within the business.
The opportunity to study part-time for a BSc in Computing and IT and several professional qualifications.
A thorough grounding in software engineering.
Valuable experience on client projects on-going support from experts in your chosen field and from buddies or mentors.
The chance to develop skills in environments such as C# .net; Drupal/PHP; Microsoft and Java, and to work with Cloud Computing and Software as a Service (SaaS).
Regular reviews, tracking performance and re-assessing salary in line with performance.
Relevant and substantial work experience.
The opportunity to reach and exceed the salary of a graduate entrant after end of the 5 years.
No student loan or tuition fee debts.
Sponsorship, giving you a debt free start to your career – our Higher Apprentices study for a degree without requiring a university loan.
Locations & Travel.
Currently, vacancies for 2014 located in:
London (Holborn & Southbank), Aston, Telford, Worthing, Leeds, Liverpool, Milton Keynes, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Woking, Swansea and Sale
You will need to be flexible and able to travel to different offices and client sites after your first 3 months. As a global business, Capgemini can offer you unparalleled career opportunities once you have completed this programme.
To be eligible, you need:
7 GCSEs (or equivalent) at Grade C or above. Preference is given to candidates with good grades in STEM subjects (e.g. Science, maths, ICT, etc.)
To have or expect 3 A Levels (or equivalent) – at Grades CCC (240 UCAS Points) or equivalent. Preference is given to candidates with good grades in STEM Subjects (e.g. Science, maths, ICT, etc.)
High analytical capability.
Good interpersonal skills.
Ability and willingness to travel to different offices and client sites.
Proven academic achievements/qualifications in IT or related subjects e.g. STEM subjects.
Demonstrable passion and capability in software development (e.g. you might have designed a website or a game).
Interest in IT – interest in IT gained via a hobby, work experience or personal study.
Personable – good team working, communications skills. Ability to get on with people you will be working with.
Note: This programme is designed for those with A-levels or equivalent, but no degree. We have a separate programme for those with GCSEs but no A-Levels. And a graduate programme. Information about work experience opportunities can be found here.
How to apply
Click the ‘Apply button below and follow the instructions. All candidates MUST complete the Application form and upload your CV to apply for the role. Please note that you MUST also state your grades for all relevant qualifications as it is a requirement for the programme.
What happens next?
If your application for a Higher Apprenticeship is short listed, you’ll be asked to complete a short telephone interview. If you’re successful there, you’ll be invited to an assessment centre consisting of an interview, a group exercise and some
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