Technology Development Programme – FAQs

What do I need to be eligible for the scheme?

We’re currently working in partnership with two leading universities to deliver the programme; Manchester Metropolitan and Sheffield Hallam.  To be eligible for this programme, you need to have a degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) subject.  You need to have lived in the UK for at least 3 years before the apprenticeship starts, have the right to work in England and have an eligible residency status.

When does the Graduate Programme start and how long does it last?

Our Level 7 Digital and Technology Solutions Specialist apprenticeship is a two-year programme of study, alongside working in our Northern Region Technology team in a full-time role.  You’ll have the opportunity to gain an MSc in Digital and Technology Solutions, whilst building a rewarding career in our innovative and dynamic Technology team.

Is there a deadline for applications?

Though we do not have a conclusive closing date, we encourage prospective candidates to apply as soon as possible.

Will I be given feedback if my application is unsuccessful?

Unfortunately due to the high number of applications we receive, we are not able to provide feedback to unsuccessful candidates after application screening, the video introduction, online assessment and telephone interview stage. However, we will provide individual feedback to all candidates who attend one of our assessment centres.

Where will I be based?

You will be required to work at our head office in Luton (Wigmore House)

What happens when the Graduate Programme is over?

when you join our Technology Development Programme, you’ll be joining TUI as a permanent colleague.