We are delighted to invite you to the upcoming AI and Data Science Scholarships Networking Event, where universities and industry will gather to form new, long-term partnerships in a collaborative effort to bridge the skills gap in the sector as part of a prominent government programme.Register now
£8m boost for digital student scholarships
The Office for Students (OfS) has just announced that 30 English universities will share an £8.1 million fund to invest in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science postgraduate conversion course scholarships to increase diversity. The programme seeks to address skills gaps in the tech sector, particularly among underrepresented groups such as black individuals, women, those with registered disabilities, and those from low socio-economic backgrounds.
For employers, this is a fantastic way for to develop your talent pipeline and stay ahead of the curve in a rapidly evolving sector, forge new relationships with universities, and deliver a project within your Environmental and Social Governance strategy.
Space is limited on the day, so please register now to ensure your place.
- Meet and learn more about the universities who are delivering conversion courses in data science and AI.
- Explore new partnerships to co-fund scholarships with universities and find out how they can support you with access to highly skilled and diverse talent.
- Hear from the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) and the Office for Students (OfS) on the importance of industry investment in the sector's future.
- Learn more about the ongoing support available from Group GTI, the employer engagement partner to the programme, to help ensure successful outcomes for industry, students, and universities alike.
We’ve got an informative day planned which we hope you can join us for. Here’s a look at how the day will run:
11:00 Keynote - from GTI, the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, and the Office for Students.
12:00 Q & A panel - hear what it takes to create successful funding agreements, and the discussion points required to get there.
13:00 Networking - Universities and employers can begin meaningful discussion on how they can support one another.Register now