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The Future of Tech Needs You. If you have a smartphone, digital camera, digital TV, gaming console or a smart meter at home, you’ve already used an Arm powered product. Our advanced processor designs play a massive part in optimising the performance of 95% of all the world’s connected devices.
Want to leap straight into a technology career? We're offering Apprenticeship opportunities where you'll get to join a global business that is full to the brim of hugely talented people. Whatever your age or background, a new qualification can open doors.
Apprentice Software Engineer
Our Level 6 Degree Apprenticeship comprises of both paid work and study, allowing you to earn while working towards a Software Developer qualification, funded by Arm. Your on-the-job learning is supported by a dedicated mentor at Arm and academic support from our training provider.
Our Level 4 Apprenticeship comprises of both paid work and study, allowing you to earn while working towards a BSc Honours degree, funded by Arm. Your on-the-job learning is supported by a dedicated mentor at Arm and academic support from the University.
To apply to either of these positions please click the button below.
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THE RUSSELL GROUP
FROM CHURCHILL COLLEGE
In light of being unable to run visits as usual, we have set up online versions of our core schools and colleges liaison activities at http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/study-us/undergraduates/schools-and-colleges-liaison, and the pages linked from it. From these, individuals can access a number of sessions, including virtual visits.
Students and parents who are interested in admission to Churchill should check out https://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/study-us and the pages linked from it. In particular, you can find information about:
• degree subjects, http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/study-us/undergraduates/subjects
• typical offers, http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/study-us/undergraduates/typical-offers
• super-curricular exploration, http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/subjectexplore
• post-16 subject-choices, http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/subjectexplore
• FAQs, http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/study-us/undergraduates/faqs
One link which we feel may be of great help to prospective applicants is the following pdf which gives a breakdown, by subject, of suggested wider reading and super-curricular activities:
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