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Robson Grant is an apprentice at Milton Keynes University Hospital (MKUH) and is widening his skillset and boosting his career prospects through the digital and technology solutions professional degree apprenticeship with The Open University The programme integrates academic and work-based learning and is delivered flexibly around the demands of the workplace. It helps to develop the skills and behaviours required to create confident and capable digital and technology professionals. Robson explained why he chose to study for a degree apprenticeship

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Sophie Edroff joined the JP Morgan technology degree apprenticeship scheme at the second time of asking, and has some advice for potential applicants “After leaving sixth form, I recognised that the university lifestyle wasn’t for me. I wanted to start working towards my career, but I also had a passion for learning so an apprenticeship was the perfect option to work and get qualifications.” “I secured my place on the scheme after applying twice. This process helped me realise perseverance

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David Ametepey-Hayes opted for the JP Morgan technology degree apprenticeship because his passion for tech is shared by the global investment bank “Since around the age of 15, I spent a lot of time on my brother’s computer and garnered a reputation as the tech guy among my friends. This led me to receiving a lot of requests for everything from the standard tech advice to relatively complex web applications for local businesses. It was through these that I realised,

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