Posts tagged: STEM

  1. Our future depends on closing the STEM gap

    The skills gap is real, and today it costs our economy an estimated £63 billion a year. With a digital future – where businesses, products and services will be increasingly built upon and connected by technology – this gap and cost have pote...

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  2. From BTEC to boardroom: why apprentices matter

    This week marks the 10th anniversary of National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) – a time to celebrate everything apprentices have done for businesses over the years. But more than just a celebration, this is a call to action – never has there b...

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  3. Teaming up with OCR to deliver a digital education

    With an estimated shortfall of STEM workers in the UK that numbers as high as 40,000 each year, the skills gap is a problem that won’t solve itself.. At Fujitsu, we’re committed to tackling this issue – and today we’ve taken another step...

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  4. NWED 2016: Why we need more women in technology

    Today we’re celebrating National Women in Engineering Day. This is a fantastic opportunity to further raise the profile of women in engineering and technology, while encouraging more girls to consider STEM subjects and careers in our amazing in...

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  5. Tackling the digital skills crisis

    The UK is headed for a looming digital skills crisis – that’s the verdict from a committee of MPs this week. It is a shocking (but unsurprising) finding that the UK will need another 745,000 workers with digital skills by next year. Accordi...

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  6. BETT 2016 – Encouraging more girls into STEM

    Encouraging more girls to pursue studies – and careers – in STEM subjects is something we’re passionate about at Fujitsu.  As our CEO Regina Moran recently commented, it’s not just the right thing to do, but also delivers real business b...

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  7. The year ahead for businesses

    As ever, the technology sector will move quickly in 2016. Looking ahead, I can predict two major trends – the race to digital and the skills shortage. Both present challenges, but are also opportunities for us in the twelve months to come. The...

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  8. Discovering the Cyber Defenders of the future

    Last week we were delighted to support the Cyber Centurion Challenge final at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC), Bletchley Park. Eight teams of students, including some of Britain’s brightest young minds, turned up ready to take part in ...

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