Morgan Stanley believes capital has the power to create positive change in the world and that when technology and finance work together they can do more than just create returns for investors – they can build a better tomorrow.
We currently have opportunities for school leavers to undertake an exciting 4 year Technology Apprenticeship Programme, beginning in September 2016.
Morgan Stanley will support you to attain a degree within BSC (Hons) IT Management for Business, to provide you with theoretical and practical management skills within the IT environment, as well as insight into the financial world.
The degree course has been granted professional accreditation - Awarded Tech Industry Gold by Tech Partnership. Tech Industry Gold degrees are defined by employers to provide students with the technical, business and interpersonal skills that place them in high demand in the technology sector.
Year 1: Provides a broad foundation with students studying modules in programming, web development, software engineering and computer systems from the computing department and economics and data analysis
Year 2: Second year students continue to develop both their technical and business knowledge with modules in programming, object oriented analysis and design, database development, financial management and general management
Year 3: This year include IT Project Management, Human Computer Interaction, Financial Management, Strategic Management and Research Skills & Professional Issues
Year 4: The final year gives students increasing depth of knowledge in project management, business strategies and big data; there are opportunities to specialise in a range of different areas from both the technical and business fields
Minimum criteria for the programme is:
SQA Higher BBBB including Computing or Maths plus English.
Current estimated timelines for the programme are:
How to apply
Interested candidates can apply by emailing their CV and Cover Letter to email@example.com with subject “Technology Apprenticeship 2016” in the subject title.