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BT launches technology scholarships and primary schools IT skills programme

By . December 20, 2018
The skills gap in the IT sector is affecting many aspects of employment. Employers are demanding specific skills but candidates are lacking the skills requested. British Telecommunications are stepping up to the plate to make a difference with their plans to teach digital skills to primary school children and higher education technology scheme.

BT’s Diamond Jubilee scholarship will not only provide scholarships but will also mentoring programmes, workshops and work placements to help graduates find work.

“The UK's future as a technology leader hinges on young people getting the skills, support and training they need to create successful careers in science, engineering and IT... There won't only be more demand for specialist tech skills; many jobs, in different sectors, will require some level of tech literacy.”

Gavin Patterson, chief executive of BT

Candidates who want to take advantage of the BT Diamond Jubilee scholar will need to achieve three grade A’s or above at A level.

For more information about BT’s Diamond Jubilee scholarship visit BT.



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