Digital and Technology Solutions (Data Analyst) – BSc
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Earn while you train to be a data analyst, and graduate with both a BSc and four years of work experience.
Data analysts are highly skilled professionals who collect, organise and study data. Day to day, they are typically involved with managing, cleansing, abstracting and aggregating data across the network infrastructure. They report their findings and make recommendations that are key to improving business performance.
This innovative degree apprenticeship has been developed in partnership with industry employers and will equip you with the business, technology, interpersonal and project management skills that have been identified as vital for the sector.
Over the course of 4 years, you’ll study part-time on campus at Queen Mary, learning alongside students on our BSc Digital Technology Solutions (Software Engineering) pathway.
On the other days of the week, you’ll carry out work-based learning with one of our partner employers.
How to apply
PwC – Programme Application Process (through UCAS)
At present, PwC is our sole employer partner for this programme. All applications for the PwC partnership should be made through UCAS based on the UCAS application cycle. Click here for the UCAS course listing
After you apply
Your UCAS form will be reviewed by a member of staff. Following this review, we may also invite you to complete some online assessments which will include an online interview and to attend an Assessment Centre.
The online interview is run by PwC and can be taken at a time and place to suit you, as long as this is in sufficient time before the Assessment Centre (we’ll advise you of the deadlines). You will have the opportunity to practice questions and find out more about PwC through completing this exercise.
The Assessment Centres are held in February and March online.
The Assessment Centre involves a group assessment exercise and is conducted by PwC. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the programme.