Grow your skills in key industries

Choose from a wide range of courses across key growth industries such as FinTech, digital marketing, and programming.

Gain certificates to boost your CV

Complete online certificates as you progress through your courses to add to your CV and share with your professional network.

Get started in a new industry

Whether your changing career or just starting out, you can gain the skills you need to move your career into a new industry.

7 Microcredentials

Our online microcredentials are designed to upskill you for work in rapidly-growing industries, without the time and cost commitment of a full degree. They can be used as an independent certification, and some even offer academic credit to use towards a degree. Each microcredential also includes a formal online assessment.

Discover new career options across a range of fast-growing industries

If you’re finding it difficult to decide on a career path, or if you’d like to make a career change this year, looking at high growth industries is a great place to start.

Building skills in these areas will mean that you have more job vacancies to choose from and a greater range of long-term career opportunities.

Consider a future in FinTech

Banks and firms continue to invest in tech-based finance solutions, meaning that this is a growth area in an already lucrative industry. Between 2019 and 2020, global FinTech investment grew by 14%, with both the US and UK maintaining significant investment in the area.

Look at digital marketing demand

The digital marketing industry encompasses a huge range of disciplines including social media marketing, PPC advertising, programmatic advertising, email marketing, SEO, and more, with space for both creative and analytical mindsets. After 8 consecutive years of growth in the UK alone, the industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.8%.

Explore growth in coding and programming

Coders and programmers are in high demand in practically every industry as more experiences and processes shift online. Learning how to use popular programming languages like Python can offer career opportunities across finance, healthcare, retail, marketing, and more, with excellent rates of pay and progression.