Degree Apprenticeships

Boost your career with academic learning alongside on-the-job training

Degree Apprenticeships

Boost your career with academic learning alongside on-the-job training

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Earn a degree qualification while you work

Degree Apprenticeship Courses

Courses that meet your interests and business needs.

Degree apprenticeships are available to new and current employees at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Find out more about our degree apprenticeships by emailing

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Electrical/Electronic Technical Support Engineer Degree Apprenticeship

Earn your BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering by attending university part time and develop your electrical understanding and practical engineering skills.
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Manufacturing Engineer Degree Apprenticeship

Work towards your BEng Mechanical Engineering degree as you build your workplace experience and graduate with no tuition fee debt.
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Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship

Learn more about management, discover how to support your team and company as a leader, and graduate with a BA (Hons) Management degree on this apprenticeship.
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Digital and Technology Solutions Professional (Software Engineer) Degree Apprenticeship 

Combine workplace experience with theoretical study to graduate with key business and IT skills as you earn your BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions (Software Engineer) degree and work for an employer.
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Digital Marketer Degree Apprenticeship

Explore topics including social media, websites, content marketing and campaign planning as you attend university for one day per week and you earn your BSc (Hons) Digital Marketing degree.
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Social Worker Degree Apprenticeship

Gain practical experience and explore subjects including psychology as you you earn your BA (Hons) Social Work degree. Work as you study and graduate with no tuition fee debt.
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Senior Leader Degree Apprenticeship

Train to be a manager and learn to lead your team successfully as you attend university for one day per week as you earn your postgraduate degree as you work.
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Postgraduate Engineering Business Manager Degree Apprenticeship

Integrate academic learning and on-the-job practical training with this postgraduate degree apprenticeship option.
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Study while you work

Attend university on day release from your job

You will attend university part time on day release from your job.

Apprentices are required to spend at least 20% of their time in off-the-job training directly relevant to the role. This can include the taught university sessions, time spent on writing assignments, mentoring or shadowing.

Earn as you learn

Graduate without tuition fee debt

During your degree you will be paid a salary appropriate to your role and your employer or the government will pay your tuition fees to the University.

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Callum Harvey

BEng Mechanical Engineering Degree Apprentice at Ferrabyrne Ltd

What is a degree apprenticeship really like?

Being a degree apprentice
Be You: Episode 3

Hear from current students

Meet our apprentices

Jess speaks to two of our degree apprentices in this episode of the Be You podcast. Hear from Georgia, Business Development Manager for family-run ice cream business Pinks Vintage, and Siân, Digital Marketer Degree Apprentice at the University of Chichester.

Be more than just a number

Learn from lecturers who know you by name

Your lecturers are invested in your individual development and want you to succeed. They will get to know you in small classes and support your professional and academic journey.

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