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If you are currently employed and want to study at the university level to improve your skills whilst still earning a full-time salary, an apprenticeship is a perfect choice for you.
Anyone can apply for an apprenticeship, regardless of qualifications or previous experience. Apprenticeships are funded by the government and your employer, so there are no tuition fees.
You’ll develop practical, relevant skills straight from industry experts and also gain an academic qualification. This is your opportunity to maximise your potential with the support of your employer.
The apprenticeship programme is split between work and study. You will continue to spend the majority of your time in the workplace, learning on the job. Your part-time studies at the University of Bolton will supplement this experience.
There are no tuition fees. These are covered by your employer and the government, so you will be financially supported throughout the course. You will also earn a full-time salary as you work.
No. Your employer will co-fund your training, so you will continue to work for them once you graduate.
None. Anyone can apply for apprenticeships, regardless of qualifications or previous experience.