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/How to upskill 100 women and create a community – a TechUPWomen case study

Published on 20 July 2020

With women making up just 17% of IT workers in the UK, diversity in the digital sector has long been an issue that government, industry […]

/Ethical Hacking Sessions through Northumbria Cyber Clinic and North East Business Resilience Centre

Published on 13 February 2020

Hacking doesn’t have to be a covert operation. In this case study, find out how Northumbria University’s Cyber Clinic has helped students show employers why […]

/The Foundry – Bringing digital work experience & intrapreneurship opportunities to learners

Published on 22 November 2019

Industry experience goes a long way towards helping graduates secure their first role. But for many students, a traditional placement is too expensive or impractical. […]

/Meet Paul – an Institute of Coding learner who is saving his company £400,000 a year

Published on 1 October 2019

It is common to think that once you have a full-time job, your education stops. At the Institute of Coding (IoC), we believe that learning […]

/The IoC, Cisco and OU team up to ‘Teach the Teachers’

Published on 30 September 2019

Bridging the digital skills gap starts with great teachers. But some teachers struggle to find time to focus on professional development. The Institute of Coding […]

/Meet Rafael – computing graduate, digital bootcamp attendee and work-ready employee

Published on 21 August 2019

Rafael is from Cyprus – he moved to the UK to complete a degree in computing and is now studying a Master’s in cyber security. […]

/BCU and Microsoft collaborate to pilot LaaS

Published on 6 February 2019

For 18 years BCU has been at the forefront of delivering research informed and industry led Problem Based Learning (PBL) courses of study that prepare […]

/Summer Schools by the University of Exeter

Published on 1 August 2018

In 2018, the University of Exeter hosted the first Institute of Coding Summer School offering undergraduate and postgraduate social science and humanities students the opportunity […]

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