How to become a degree apprentice
Before you can apply for an apprenticeship course at a university, you must be employed already and have the support of your employer. Already employed?
Here's how to find an apprenticeship job – and while you're looking for a degree apprenticeship opportunity, you're fine to apply for university courses through UCAS as well to keep your options open.
Step 1 – find an apprenticeship opportunity
Before you can apply for a degree apprenticeship course at a university, you need to have the support of an employer. So you'll need to gain employment with a company that's willing to support you through the apprenticeship course you want to study. Here's where you can look.
- Search our course listings and take the below steps to find a degree apprenticeship.
- Look for vacancies on the national apprenticeship search
- Contact employers proactively
Step 2 – apply for a job
Job application processes vary for each employer. Though it's definitely worth keeping your CV up to date and preparing for an interview in most cases.
Step 3 – Get in touch
Once you have a sponsoring employer willing to support you on the programme, please get in touch email@example.com to get support with your application.
What happens next?
Once you’ve had your university place accepted, we’ll send you details about starting your course and you’ll be invited to come to an induction session.
Former combat medic, Rey is a Police Constable Degree Apprentice with South Yorkshire Police.