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How do I apply to a degree apprenticeship through an employer?
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First you have to know that said employer is even offering degree-level apprenticeships as they're not very common.

Then you head to the company's website and they should have a tab that says careers or apprenticeships or something like that.

You find the listing you want to apply for and you fill out the application. Then you submit it and wait for a reply that might never come.

If you mean you were on the government website but it says you have to apply through the employer's website then you should click on that and it will automatically redirect you to the application page.
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First you have to know that said employer is even offering degree-level apprenticeships as they're not very common.

Then you head to the company's website and they should have a tab that says careers or apprenticeships or something like that.

You find the listing you want to apply for and you fill out the application. Then you submit it and wait for a reply that might never come.

If you mean you were on the government website but it says you have to apply through the employer's website then you should click on that and it will automatically redirect you to the application page.
THANK U SOO MUCH 😊😊😊. So would I do the degree apprenticeship at uni?
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THANK U SOO MUCH 😊😊😊. So would I do the degree apprenticeship at uni?
Yes. The details would depend on the employer and what arrangements they made, but you will go to uni and likely to college or a third party training provider.

I'm doing an engineering degree apprenticeship and the way mine works is 2-3 years at college doing level 4 and level 5, and then 2 years at uni doing level 6.

As I said, this might differ. You might get an employer who will do a different ratio or might only want to send you off to uni. So I'd get in touch and see what's their plan.
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