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    Funding for Degree Apprenticeships

    Degree Apprenticeships offer a different route to higher education. You will be paid a salary by a company to train as an apprentice, whilst you attend university on a part-time basis for up to five years.

    Apprentices will be recruited by a company who will then put them forward a degree apprenticeship. Many employers will advertise their vacancies via the Government’s Find An Apprenticeship service. A vacancy will show you the employer and the training provider or university who are supporting the apprenticeship.

    An apprentice is employed and salaried by a company for the duration of their apprenticeship, working a minimum of 30 hours per week. The company will pay for the cost of their apprenticeship via Government funding or co-investment. There are no tuition fees to pay and apprentices are not eligible for student loans.

    Our degree apprenticeship courses and associated funding are for England only. To apply you must have the right to work in England and have been living in the UK for at least three years prior to the start of your apprenticeship.

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