Our Higher and Degree Apprenticeships combine training with on-the-job experience, giving you the higher level skills to further your career.
Higher Apprenticeships are all Apprenticeships which include the achievement of academic and vocational qualifications from level 4 up to levels 6 and 7.
If you choose a Degree Apprenticeship, you will achieve a full level 6/7 Bachelor’s or Master’s degree as a core component of the Apprenticeship dependent on the Apprenticeship programme.
There are so many benefits to undertaking a Higher Degree level Apprenticeship, but first of all you’ll want to know some of the key facts – we’ve answered some of the most frequently answered questions below, but don’t hesitate to contact us for more details.
You’ll be aged 18 years or older. Apprenticeships are a combination of learning on and off the job training. How often you attend the University will depend on your employer and the Apprenticeship programme you are on.
Yes, you’ll be employed for the duration of the Apprenticeship and will normally work at least 30 hours per week.
The duration of a Higher or Degree Apprenticeship can vary, between one to six years dependent on the programme.
A Higher or Degree Apprenticeship won’t cost you, the apprentice, anything – your employer and the government cover the costs of your study.