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Degree apprenticeships for students/employees

Kingston University will soon be launching new degree apprenticeship programmes in civil engineering, aircraft engineering and healthcare.

What are degree apprenticeships?

A degree apprenticeship combines a real job with study. Your employer invests in your training and you will receive a degree during the course of the apprenticeship.

Apprentices work for 30 hours a week. Learning modes are flexible and fit around that work commitment.

What are the benefits of degree apprenticeships?

  • Offers an opportunity to study alongside working.
  • Tuition fees are paid by the employer and government funding.
  • Earn a wage while completing a degree without student debt.
  • Develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours required in the workplace for specific occupations.

How will the scheme be funded?

There are currently around 1,000 degree apprenticeships in the UK. The Government has made a pledge to increase the number of apprenticeships to 3 million by 2020.

From April 2017, all employers whose salary costs are £3 million or more per annum will be required to contribute a levy towards the apprenticeship programme.

What can I study?

Courses offered:

Civil Engineering

Building Surveying

Degree apprenticeships in development

  • BSc (Hons) Construction Management

Further details about new degree apprenticeship courses will updated on this page as soon as it is available.

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For employers, please visit our Services for business website.

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