Degree Apprenticeships

 

Do you have career ideas but don’t want to go to university? Or are you undecided about whether to go to university or out to work? Now you can do both with a degree apprenticeship.

Degree apprenticeships are a new initiative launched by the Government which allow you to combine work and study. There’s a range of business of all sizes collaborating with universities to offer degree apprenticeship opportunities. You'll be recruited by your employer as a degree apprentice, and would work for four days a week and study for a degree on one day a week at Chichester. The aim is to ensure that you complete your apprenticeship with the knowledge, skills and experience that your employer needs, now and in the future, by providing you with a balance of academic learning and on-the-job practical training.

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Once I got the apprenticeship, that’s it, my life started.
Xavier, getingofar.gov.uk

 

What’s in it for you?

  • You'll have a full time job AND study towards a degree
  • Build job-specific skills sought after by employers
  • A degree without the tuition fees
  • Set out on a long-term career path and the possibility of higher earnings

Want to know more?

Check out vacancies on Find an Apprenticeship

See what people are saying about apprenticeships at The Student Room

Get an insight into life as in an apprentice from the Get In Go Far videos.