Degree Apprenticeships - Our Strategy
The heart of the University mission is to advance knowledge and create education opportunities for the benefit of all, and degree apprenticeships is one of the ways we can do this, incorporating employers and apprentices from all backgrounds and disciplines.
The grounding in work-based learning that degree apprenticeships provide makes up one of the clear strands of our priority, being clear about career. Our purpose and vision for apprenticeship development should align with our brand and values.
The tri-partite relationship of employers, apprentices and the University is at the heart of what we do – without that relationship, our degree apprenticeship programmes cannot succeed. The development of degree apprenticeships should engage employers so that we understand and can respond to their changing needs. Employers should be involved in any conversations you are having in the development of programmes and engaged in the regular monitoring and evaluation process for established programmes.
These programmes should contribute to the sustainable growth of the University, using market insight to develop our portfolio in a strategic way. The portfolio we provide should be an exceptional product to help us retain existing clients and secure new business.
Degree Apprenticeships - a definition
Programme Design and Structure
Gateway Requirements and the End Point Assessment
The Tri-partite Relationship
Monitoring Degree Apprenticeships