Apprenticeships

Degree and Higher Apprenticeships are an opportunity for employers to engage their staff in academically rigorous but job relevant studies, funded through the apprenticeship levy.

Degree apprenticeships offer the opportunity to study a complete Undergraduate Degree or Masters Degree programme, meaning that apprentices graduate with a Higher Education qualification and a Certificate of Apprenticeship. Higher Apprenticeships often contain components of Degree level studies, often incorporating an intermediate award.

Students do not pay fees directly and work in a full time job whilst being given time by their employer to engage in learning.

In the 2018-19 Academic Year we are looking to run the following Degree and Higher Apprenticeships:

There are plenty more plans in development for the future so, please do get in touch to find out more.

What is an apprenticeship with Keele University? What can you study by apprenticeship? And more information about vacancies and guidance.

How does the funding work? Can SMEs participate? What are we offering?

We are more than happy to support you in accessing apprenticeships, hear about your current and future needs or help answer questions.