Help develop your career and grow as a professional with our degree apprenticeship programmes.
We are passionate about developing career-focused education that suits both you and your employer.
The majority of our courses lead you to professional recognition or accreditation. As an employer you’ll also benefit from our extensive experience of working in partnership with statutory and regulatory bodies.
Our degree apprenticeship programmes span a wide range of careers in business and management, construction and engineering, health and social care, and teaching.
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You’ll join our School of Business and Law, which is going from strength to strength, ranking 5th in the UK in the latest Research and Excellence Framework (REF). The core values of our business and management degree apprenticeships are responsible management, sustainability and social justice. Employers and apprentices benefit from our extensive experience of working closely with our business partners.
Sustainability and care for the environment is at the heart of what we do and our apprenticeship programmes include construction, surveying, civil engineering, and town planning.
We have pioneered health, science and social care degree apprenticeship programmes in the UK. You’ll have the chance to work with a top 10 university for world-leading research impact in health. Before applying, please check out our additional information for health apprenticeships.
Join a university with a proud tradition in teacher training and creating teaching degree apprenticeship programmes. We are ranked in the top 20 for education courses in the UK (Complete University Guide), we are ranked Outstanding by Ofsted (2018) and work with more than 600 schools and colleges regionally.
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