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Guidance

Early recruitment of higher and degree apprenticeship vacancies for 2017

Information and advice on how to find and get a higher or degree apprenticeship.

Documents

Higher and degree apprenticeship vacancies available for 2017

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The spreadsheet above shows you the higher and degree apprenticeship vacancies that employers have on offer for 2017. There are links in the spreadsheet to apply or offer an expression of interest to employers for these opportunities. Please click on the appropriate link to register and/or start your application for your desired role. You are able to subscribe to e-mail alerts through this page for when new vacancies are added.

We also have up to 28,000 apprenticeship vacancies for you to apply for right now at all levels of apprenticeships. You can search for them on the find an apprenticeship service.

Tips for applying for an apprenticeship

  1. Make sure you tailor your application to the apprenticeship you’re applying for using your experiences and hobbies. For example, if you’re applying for an apprenticeship in engineering, talk about relevant projects you’ve worked on in science or maths.

  2. Talk about your skills and qualities, not just your hobbies. For example, if you’ve been the captain of the school football team, this shows leadership and teamwork skills.

  3. The application form will be similar to a job application. You’ll need to provide examples to prove what you’re talking about. For example, if you say communication is a strength of yours, have evidence – like being on the school debating team – to back this up.

  4. Don’t just spellcheck your application – get someone to read through it before you submit it. Good spelling, punctuation, and grammar are important.

If you have any questions about apprenticeships call 0800 015 0400.