These are innovative ways to gain a university degree while developing skills in the workplace and earning a salary.
They come in all shapes and sizes – from foundation and bachelor degrees up to masters level – and typically you'd work 80% of the time and study 20%. While you do need an employer to support your application for an apprenticeship course, once you're on board you won't have any tuition fees to pay.
What can you study?
We have a growing number of courses you can complete on-the-job, in a range of subject areas