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Why we need more degree apprenticeships

9 March 2017
Professor Quintin McKellar, Vice-Chancellor of University of Hertfordshire, highlights the advantages of degree apprentices for employers and apprentices themselves.

Why I chose the degree apprenticeship route

7 March 2017
Nadia Johnson, Degree Apprentice and finalist in the Young Women Engineer of the Year Awards 2016, explains why she loves the route she has chosen.

More flexibility needed between academic and vocational routes

8 July 2016
Steve West, Vice-Chancellor of the University of the West of England, says flexibility must be built in to a new technical education system

Student practical

Watch out for the July apprenticeship policy bumper bundle

23 June 2016
Work-related education has existed for many years - employer sponsored qualifications at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Student practical

Universities and employer sponsored study – potential for growth

27 April 2016
Work-related education has existed for many years - employer sponsored qualifications at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Talking at a work station

The apprenticeship levy is coming – what it means for universities

20 April 2016
How will universities deal with the government’s proposed apprenticeship levy.

Construction student

How the University of Exeter is embracing Degree Apprenticeships

7 April 2016
The University of Exeter is proud to be committed to Degree Apprenticeships as an innovative new approach to higher education.

Civil engineering student

Investing in apprenticeships

18 March 2016
Ruth South of Capgemini reports on a successful partnership with Aston University.

Megan Murray

Why I chose to study for a degree apprenticeship

16 March 2016
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, Megan Murray explains her reasons for choosing to work and study as one of the first degree apprentices.

Tom Sherlock

A week in the life of a degree apprentice

16 March 2016
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, Tom Sherlock gives us an insight into the combination balancing work and study as one of the first degree apprentices.