A degree apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to gain a paid-for degree while getting industry experience and earning a salary.
As an apprentice, you'll spend most of the time learning in the workplace, and then around 20% in the classroom.
Apprentices are taught via lectures and seminars in the classroom, e-learning and real-world, on-the-job training. UCW’s Higher Education Library Plus (HE.LP) team also deliver a series of sessions on degree-level research and academic writing to all first-year students.
Apprentices are also expected to learn through independent self-study, which involves working on individual and group projects, and undertaking research in preparation for coursework and exams.
Discover our courses on this page, learn about the application process and speak to our helpful team via the contact info below.
Accounting (Professional) Apprenticeship AAT
Assistant Practitioner (Health and Social Care) Higher Apprenticeship
Assistant Practitioner (Mental Health) Higher Apprenticeship
Construction Management Site Supervision Apprenticeship
Digital and Technology Solutions Degree Apprenticeship, BSc (Hons)
Digital User Experience (UX) Degree Apprenticeship
Early Years Lead Practitioner Apprenticeship
Engineering Degree Apprenticeships
HR Consultant / Partner Apprenticeship
Nursing Associate, FdSc (Higher Apprenticeship)
Operations / Departmental Manager Apprenticeship
Project Management Degree Apprenticeship
Project Manager (Associate) Apprenticeship
Sports Coaching Apprenticeship
How to apply?
If you’re ready to apply for an apprenticeship, then you have two options:
1 - Register your interest in a vacancy on the Apprenticeship page and you will be contacted by the Apprenticeship Recruitment Team with further support on how to find an apprenticeship.
Register an account on 'www.findanapprenticeship.gov.uk’ where you will be able to search and apply for live vacancies in the sector and location of your choice.
Once you have applied, a member of the Apprenticeship Recruitment Team will be in touch to request your CV. Feel free to contact the team on 01934 411663 if you would like support with writing a professional CV document.
2 - Approach organisations directly to see if they would be interested in taking you on as an apprentice. This can be a successful route to finding an opportunity that’s right for you in your preferred sector.
Employers are impressed with the confidence it take to make the direct approach!
The Apprenticeship Recruitment Team are able to support with the application process, current employment trends, CV writing and interview techniques.
Currently in employment?
You may be looking to upskill your qualifications in your current job role. We offer a wide range of apprenticeships that range from Level 3 – Level 6 which can enhance and strengthen your career opportunities and progression.
In many cases this will be offered to you through your employer, however we can also support you in exploring this further via discussing apprenticeship options with your current employer, or finding a vacancy with an organisation that is offering your chosen pathway.
If you have any questions about the apprenticeship process, then please contact the apprenticeship team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01934 411 594.