Higher and degree apprenticeships are a great alternative to university
These apprenticeships include the achievement of academic and vocational qualifications and learning from Level 4 upwards.
Degree apprenticeships are the latest model to be developed as part of higher apprenticeship standards, with apprentices achieving a full bachelor’s or master’s degree as a core component of the apprenticeship
They combine both higher and vocational education and fully test both the wider occupational competence and academic learning, either using a fully-integrated degree co-designed by employers and Higher Education Institutions, or using a degree plus separate end test of professional competence ECC offers apprenticeships at degree level. As a degree apprentice you will receive training (both on- and off-the job), a salary and the opportunity to really start moving your career forward. All without paying hefty tuition fees or running up student debts.
For further information on what’s involved and how to apply, visit our Business Management Degree Apprenticeship.
Higher apprenticeships are being developed all the time but are currently available in the following areas:
- Business Administration
- Engineering Manufacture
- Leadership in Health and Social Care