This Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship offers university-based study alongside practical workplace experience to prepare you for your career as a manager. You will be employed full time or part time by a business and attend university on a day-release basis.
This course gives you a firm grounding in the principles of management, enables you to study the nature of organisations through your own experience at work, helps you develop as a self-aware and reflective manager, and builds your management skills in practice.
You will study a mixture of modules focusing on management and business topics that are relevant to your employer and can be applied in your workplace.
You will explore six main topics:
- Human Resources
- Operations and strategic management
- Finance and law
- Marketing and communications
- The manager
- The organisation
You will have a full or part time job with your employer while you study and be able to apply the knowledge you learn at university to your workplace. When you graduate you will be awarded a BA (Hons) Management degree.
The degree apprenticeship is delivered one day per week over 4 years and is open to both existing employees and newly-recruited staff.
Teaching and Assessment
How you will learn
You will attend university for one day each week during term time and study two modules per term. Modules are taught in interactive workshop sessions which usually last 2.5-3 hours each. You will be expected to apply and develop your learning in the workplace.
You will be assessed through coursework that will support your soft skills including report writing, presentations and analysis. You will also submit a portfolio to be assessed during an End Point Assessment (EPA). The EPA will include a short presentation and an interview with an independent EPA Assessor, the university, and your employer.
What you will study
This course is delivered over three terms per year for 4 years. In your first year you will study for 1.5 days per week, and for 1 day per week in the remaining three years.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
- Management & Organisations
- Personal Development planning
- Marketing Principles and Practice
- Working in Academic and Workplace Settings
- Operations Management
- Accounting Skills
- Introductory Law for Managers
- IT for Business
- Human Resource Management
- Project Management
- Digital Campaign Planning
- Consultancy Project Prep A
- Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
- Management Accounting for Control
- Ideas, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Global Branding
- Organisational Development Techniques
- Business Strategy
- Consultancy Project Prep B
- Consultancy Project
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Corporate Responsibility
Use University resources and facilities
Learning Resource Centre
Your tuition fees will be paid by your employer and/or the Government so you will graduate without tuition fee debt.
As an employee you will receive your salary from your employer and be eligible for employee benefits while you study. You will not be eligible for a student loan.
To find out about any additional costs on this course, please see our Additional Costs page.
Degree apprentices are recruited directly by employers or are already employed by the company.
To be eligible for the course you will need any of the following:
BTEC Vocational Qualifications
Relevant work experience
Frequently asked questions
How do I apply?
You need to apply directly to an employer for a degree apprenticeship, unlike traditional degree programmes.
Any other questions
If you have any other questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.