Graduate Apprenticeships

Learn while you earn and get a degree

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How does a Graduate Apprenticeship work?

As a Graduate Apprentice, you’ll:

  • work, earn and learn – you'll be employed by a company

  • study for part of your week at university

  • get an Ordinary or Master’s degree

  • combine work and study for 2 to 5 years 

  • choose from 13 different apprenticeships


A Graduate Apprenticeship is a brilliant way to get a degree and get paid – you'll:

  • earn a wage while you learn

  • get a mix of work and uni life

  • gain valuable workplace skills

  • increase your confidence, resilience and social skills

  • work with a wide range of people

  • understand your interests and talents

  • enhance your career opportunities

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What apprenticeship could you do?

There are 13 types of Graduate Apprenticeship. Some examples are:

Frequently asked questions

Got any questions about Graduate Apprenticeships? You might want to know:

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We get it – filling out applications and making decisions about your future can be tricky. Head over to My World of Work for tips on applying for jobs and apprenticeships.

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Support for you

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Get in touch

Need to know anything else about apprenticeships? Whether you’re already doing an apprenticeship or thinking about it, we’re here to help:

  • get in touch online

  • call 0800 917 8000

  • contact us by selecting the Live chat button