ARM is to launch an Accredited Engineer programme at the ARM TechCon 2012 meeting in Santa Clara on October 30th to Nov 1st.
“The graduate jobs market in the UK is becoming increasingly competitive and those looking at getting their first job need to stand out from the crowd,” said Mike Meades from Flextronics
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The Universities of Cardiff and York have joined the UK Electronics Skills Foundation, which was set up with government support to reverse the decline in the number of graduates entering the electronics industry
More students than ever before have been accepted onto science and engineering related degree courses this autumn, according to the University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
Philippa Clark from Wyke Sixth Form College in Hull has won the title of Young Engineer for Britain 2009 earlier this month
RF Engines is providing two awards of £1,500 that will be presented to graduates of the course who have excelled in theoretical signal processing and signal processing design
Harwin is in the sixth year of its apprentice scheme which it says ensures that it will always have a versatile team with the necessary skills