Capgemini have just opened their Higher Apprentice programme in a wider number of locations

Posted: 3rd of May 2013

Capgemini have just opened their Higher Apprentice programme in a wider number of locations providing students with a fantastic opportunity to obtain a degree whilst developing their business skills.

The Capgemini Higher Apprentice Sponsored Degree Programme combines the best of both worlds by combining technical training and work-based learning with a sound understanding of the key concepts and theory behind Software Engineering.

In the first 3 months in Capgemini, you will go through the Accelerated Learning Environment (ALE) at the Capgemini Apprentice Training Centre in Telford. The Accelerated Learning is made up of four “learning sprints”. Each sprint lasts for three weeks, and consists of two weeks of training and one week of business integration and project work. Following the ALE, higher apprentices will be working on client projects and the learning programme changes to include a series of shorter training interventions designed to deepen
their technical skills and broaden their understanding of other key areas such as systems development and provide business communication and professional skills.

Why study with Capgemini?

-Ongoing support from current specialists in the field

-Worldwide opportunities within the company

-Progress your academia to degree level without incurring any debt

-Practical work based assessments that will equip you with the business skills you need

From Higher Apprenticeship to Sponsored Degree

At the end of two years, the Higher Apprenticeship element is complete, and apprentices will begin to study towards the top-up to Foundation degree & BSc Bachelors degree with 2 degree choices.

These are permanent positions and a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in a career within IT. Please visit apprenticeships to find out more about eligibility and how to apply.

Intake Dates

July- London/Glasgow/Swansea/Woking

September- London

November- London

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