Degree apprenticeships are an alternative way to get your degree in which you study and work at the same time and your employer pays your tuition fees. Read more about Different types of degree apprenticeships
If you are looking for degree apprenticeships in London, there are several ways you can find them. Degree Apprenticeships are advertised like jobs. When a company has a vacancy for a degree level apprentice, they will advertise the vacancy in the same way they would any other job. Read more about Degree Apprenticeships in London
Do you understand the difference between corporate sponsorship, a company scholarship and a sponsored degree? If not, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Read more about University Sponsorship, Company Scholarship or Sponsored degree?
Engineering Degree Apprenticeships are on the increase and include a range of different types of Engineering specialisms. Find out more about the different types available. Read more about Engineering Degree Apprenticeships
The list of universities that currently offer degree apprenticeships is continually expanding, but the way that they are being set up is in partnership with specific employers. This means that the employers work with the universities to create a bespoke degree programme which leads to a degree but is tailored to meet the specific academic and vocational needs of that particular employer. In some cases the universities are working with consortia of smaller companies to set up a programme that will work across the group. Read more about Universities offering degree apprenticeships
Degree level apprenticeships are the new route to gaining a degree without having to pay the tuition fee costs. In fact, you earn your degree while you are working and you get paid to do it. Read more about Degree level apprenticeships - a parent's view
What is the difference between doing a Degree Apprenticeship or going to University? What should you expect and why would you choose one over the other? Read more about Degree Apprenticeship or University Degree?
1. Full tuition fee scholarships: although they’re not commonplace, there really are scholarships which pay your full tuition fees at both undergraduate and graduate level. Here is an example
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There has been a steady rise recently in the number of company scholarships being offered to UK students, either here in the UK, or from America, which are being used for marketing purposes – either to get their brand recognised among students who are their target customer or potential future customers or to attract future employees. Read more about Company scholarships