Graduate Level Apprenticeships (SD, ITMB & Cyber- Cohort1)
01/08/2017 - 31/08/2021
Evaluate the impacts and processes of the new Graduate Level Apprenticeship programmes in the School of Computing
- Measure the extent to which the intervention has met its various aims;
- Identify impacts on student participants;
- Identify outcomes for other stakeholders (e.g. employers, university staff, other students);
- Investigate effectiveness and efficiency of specific parts of the process.
- Identify specific challenges;
- Suggest ways to improve implementation.
Graduate Level Apprenticeships (SD, ITMB & Cyber- Cohort1) is a SHEFC Funded Projects - Non Research project funded by Skills Development Scotland.
Carried out in collaboration with and others.
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