As part of a Degree Apprenticeship, you’ll work four days with your employer and study one day on day-release and one evening per week.
During the first two years you will study mainly at the college for one day and one evening a week. In the last year of the Degree Apprenticeship, you’ll move location to Bangor University to study for one day per week to complete the BSc (Hons) qualification. You will graduate at the end with a degree from Bangor University.
These degree apprenticeships are fully-funded - meaning that you’ll gain valuable work experience and achieve an industry-relevant degree at no cost!
The benefits of a degree apprenticeship
No debt - Traditional higher education students face tuition fees of over £9,000 a year, along with the living costs associated with studying away from home. These courses are fully-funded by the by Higher Education Funding Council for Wales - combining all the benefits of a conventional degree without the financial drawbacks!
Earn while you learn – As a Degree Apprentice you’ll be employed as part of your course, meaning you’ll earn a salary whilst studying.
Industry qualification – Your qualification is directly related to your industry, giving you and your employer the skills needed to be a success.
Employability skills – Alongside your academic qualification, a Degree Apprenticeship allows you to continue your practical work experience and progress in your career.
You’ll need to be in either full or part-time employment (minimum 16 hours a week) in a relevant industry.
What Degree Apprenticeships are available?
We are currently recruiting for Degree Apprenticeships, BSc (Hons) in:
For more information, view the Degree Apprenticeship Guide.
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