At Staffordshire University, we are powering the future of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, the work-based route to higher education which offers on-the-job training alongside a qualification, opening doors to a range of careers opportunities for the apprentice and helping employers to develop their workforce and shape the future of their business.
We partner with employers and industry to continually work toward introducing new apprenticeships to our portfolio.
Reasons to choose us for apprenticeships
We are experts in providing over 20 different Higher and Degree Apprenticeships for over 200 businesses across a variety of industries including BT, Merlin Entertainments, NHS, Police Forces, and Bentley Motors.
We not only provide expert teaching, state-of-the-art facilities and online resources, we also offer complete employer support to help you get the most out of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships from a business perspective.
If you are looking to study an apprenticeship then think of it as a win-win situation. Not only will you gain a qualification, but you'll earn a salary and have a great learning experience while doing so.
In return, the company you work for get a fully-qualified member of staff who knows the business inside out.
Our expert team
We have a team of experts who will support, guide and educate your business through the apprenticeship process. Our team…
- partner with employers and industry to trailblaze apprenticeships that are relevant to the needs of business
- meet with you to understand your business requirements.
- work to develop a bespoke workforce strategy designed to meet the needs of your business.
- help with the implementation of strategy and employee selection/recruitment process.
- demystify the apprenticeship levy and how to access funding to make sure your business gets the most out of it.
A dedicated space for our higher degree apprentices
As part of our commitment to work-based learning, we're excited to announce a new learning space on campus, the Catalyst building. The Catalyst building will bring together the delivery of apprenticeships and skills and help to meet employer demand in a flexible, high-quality, digitally enabled space.
European Social Fund
European Social Fund (ESF), an executive agency of the Department for Education, part fund the delivery of certain Staffordshire University non-levy apprenticeships training in the 2018/19 and 2019/20 academic year as match funding for the 2014-20 ESF programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations. For more information visit European Growth Funding.
Staffordshire University is committed to delivering exceptional standards of learning and to provide a broad offer of learning opportunities and choice to all learners. To support this, we may enter into both subcontracted (provision subcontracting) with a number of organisations. For further information, read our sub-contracting policy.