The complete guide to Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships is one of the many exciting choices available when deciding your next steps, we encourage you to explore all options with the help of your parents, teachers, guardians, friends and online resources. The attached guide is an exploration of higher and degree apprenticeships presented by Which? with support of the National Apprenticeship Service.

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Higher apprenticeships; What are they?

Higher apprenticeships are equivalent to a a foundation degree so you will need to have completed A-levles (or equivalent) to sign up.  In school speak that’s level 4 – 7.

Higher apprenticeships are available in a wide range of areas from accounting to digital marketing. You can explore apprenticeships and apply on the Find an apprenticeship website.

Degree apprenticeships : What are they?

Degree apprenticeships are equivalent to a bachelors degree or masters degree. Like most apprenticeships your time will be split between on the job training and learning in a college/university environment. Read the full report to see the increasing number of subjects you can complete a degree apprenticeship in.

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