The Government’s co-funding model for degree apprenticeships means that companies can now sponsor an employee to gain a relevant work-based degree qualification using Apprenticeship Levy funds, or for non-levy paying organisations at as little as 10% of the cost of a standard university degree.
Shaped in consultation with some of the region’s leading tech employers, including Bango, AVEVA and Redgate, Anglia Ruskin's programme provides the skills for in-demand roles such as Software Engineering, Cyber Security Analysis and Network Engineering.
Benefits for your organisation
Who could you sponsor?
The Degree Apprentice must be a full-time employee who also studies with Anglia Ruskin University. He or she can be an existing team member or a new recruit, of any age, and at any point in their career.
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Suparna Ghose, Principal Consultant – Strategy and Partnerships, says: "At Anglia Ruskin we pride ourselves on being experts in work-based learning and we’d welcome the opportunity to have a more detailed chat with you regarding Degree Apprenticeships and how your organisation might benefit from this scheme.
"We offer a free consultancy service to help guide you through the process. If you would like to know more about Degree Apprenticeships, please do not hesitate to get in touch by email to email@example.com or by phone 01245 686707."