Digital and Technology (Software Engineer)- BSc


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Earn while you train to be a software engineer, and graduate with both a BSc and four years of work experience.

Software engineers design, build and test high-quality software solutions. They apply engineering principles to all stages of the software development process, from requirements, analysis and design to development, always ensuring security is robust. They typically work as part of a collaborative team.

This degree apprenticeship will give you all the skills and experience you need to work as a software engineer. You’ll study part-time on campus at Queen Mary, learning alongside students on our standard BSc programmes.

On the other days of the week, you’ll carry out work-based learning with one of our partner employers.

How to apply

You apply for degree apprenticeships either through the National Apprenticeship Service or via the employer’s own website, rather than through UCAS.

You can apply directly via one of our employers partners by following the links below:

There is no limit to the number of apprenticeships you can apply for, in addition to your five UCAS choices.

Course Info
About the School The School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science carries out world-class computer science research – and applies it to real-life problems. Being taught by someone who is changing the world with his or her ideas makes for exciting lectures and ensures you stay fully up to date. 91 per cent of our computer science research was rated as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ (REF 2014). We are proud of our excellent student-staff relations, and our diverse student body: around a quarter of our students are women and 47 countries are represented. The School has an energetic student community, taking part in programming competitions and hack events.