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Introducing Apprenticeships at the University of Suffolk

The University of Suffolk is working with a range of employers in the development and delivery of Apprenticeships.

Apprenticeships provide the opportunity for students to combine work and study - applying their academic studies to their job role, organisation and industry in order to become academically confident and skilled employees. Higher and Degree Apprenticeships can take one to five years to complete. Apprentices will spend at least a minimum of 6 hours per week completing off-the-job training, which could be a combination of studies at the University and training offered by the employer.

More information about off-the-job training.


Some statistics from GOV.UK:

  • Higher apprentices could earn £150,000 more on average over their lifetime
  • Over 90% of apprentices go into work or further training. 
  • In 2017/18 there were 10,880 apprenticeship starts at levels 6 and 7.
  • 87 per cent of higher (Level 4 plus) apprentices were satisfied with their apprenticeship.


Please click in the sections below for more information about how to join a higher or degree apprenticeship with the University of Suffolk, and to view module content for each apprenticeship programme.