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Overview

A huge US company, with power engineering and a lot of other serious engineering businesses in the UK. Very strong on management development. We know they have a degree apprenticeship in "Electronic and Computer Engineering" - UWE, who do the training, celebrate it - but there is no trace of it on the GE website. It appears to be a Batchelor's degree only: you'd want to know that GE would support you to continue to Master's level, required for full membership of engineering professional institutes.

Field

Engineering

Sector

Manufacturing

Provider

University of the West of England, Bristol

GCG view

GE says that it "is building a digital company inside an industrial company" but there's no sign of any Digital & Technology degree on their website. In fact there is no sign of any degree apprenticeship despite their offering to guide us towards a new career with them.

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