Makes a wide range of things that do things using IT; transport, civil and defence. French, but with strong roots in the UK. Has two challenges on its website designed to help you find out if you are the sort of problem solver it wants: one 'the game', the other hunting for information on what degree apprenticeships are on offer.
a) Software Engineering; b) Hardware Engineering; c) Electronic Engineering; d) Business
BSc. (Hons) Digital & Technology Solutions; BEng. Electronic Engineering; BA (Hons) Business Administration
a) Manchester Metropolitan University (Cheadle office), Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge office), BPP University (UK wide) b) Manchester Metropolitan University (Cheadle office), Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge office), BPP University (UK wide) c) East Surrey College and London South Bank University d) BPP University (UK wide), Manchester Metropolitan University (Cheadle office)
a) Cheadle, Crawley, Templecombe, Cambridge b) Crawley c) Crawley d) Crawley, Templecombe, Cheadle
120 UCAS points inc. Maths or Physics A-level plus GCSEs inc. Maths, English Language (C or above)
Online + assessment + interview
4 days per week
1 day per week
The website has a planetary theme and a whirling galaxy and we were invited to play a game but as it was details of apprenticeships that we were after we declined the offer. It took a while to find someone to fill out the missing questions but we got lucky in the end and there are four different options.