01, June, 2017 Expansion to Graduate Level Apprenticeships announced at RGU
Robert Gordon University (RGU) today hosted a visit by Minister for Employability and Training, Jamie Hepburn, who announced significant expansion of Graduate Level Apprenticeships (GLAs).
02, March, 2017 RGU first to confirm graduate level apprenticeship offering
RGU is the first university in Scotland to confirm the structure and content of its new work-based learning degrees.
As Scotland marks national Apprenticeship Week, RGU is working with industry to enhance work-based learning opportunities with the establishment of graduate level apprenticeships (GLAs).
Graduate Level Apprenticeships (GLAs) are undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses which promote an integrated approach to work and study.
Developed by Skills Development Scotland, in response to employer demands, GLAs:
- Address national skills shortages in key areas, such as digital technology
- Allow employers to shape their workforce in line with business demands
- Offer a high value, low cost option for employers to retain and upskill staff
Shape the expertise of your workforce and develop the skills you need by enrolling existing employees or offering new recruits a place on our GLA programmes.
RGU has 15 fully funded places in each of two GLA courses. Each course starts in September 2017, with additional subjects in prospect for 2018.
This four year Graduate Level Apprenticeship enables participants to develop robust technical software development skills whilst working full time for one of RGU’s partner employers.
This four year Graduate Level Apprenticeship enables participants to gain an understanding of technical software development skills complemented with robust business management skills required to deliver software projects. This is achieved whilst working full time for one of RGU’s partner employers.
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