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Degree Apprenticeships for employers

How would you like the opportunity to develop the talent you need to fulfill your business ambitions?

Degree Apprenticeships are a government initiative that allow learners to combine studying for an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification with a full time job. Available to existing employees or new recruits apprenticeships allow you to develop talent and sustainability in your industry.

Funded through the apprenticeship levy or a payment arrangement with the government, degree apprenticeships provide an affordable solution to staff development.

The University of Chichester are working with businesses of all sizes to provide degree apprenticeships in the Business School, Engineering and Design and Institute of Education.

EVENT: Understanding and Utilising the Apprenticeship Levy

Do you pay the Apprenticeship Levy but are unsure of what you can use it for?

Would you like some guidance on what apprenticeship standards are available, and how they could benefit your business? 

Register now for the event on Wednesday 18 April 5pm - 8pm at the Bognor Regis campus. 


  • Develop the talent you need for your business 
  • Increase productivity
  • Fill higher level skills gap
  • Develop existing staff
  • Attract high-calibre staff
  • Train the way your business works
  • Clear progression routes
  • Improve staff retention


  • You employ your apprentice
  • Can be a new recruit or an existing employee
  • Typically four-year apprenticeship
  • Apprentices gain professional skills on the job
  • Apprentices study for a degree at the University of Chichester
  • Day release over three 10-week terms a year
  • University handles administration relating to training
  • Employer handles administration relating to human resources


  • If you pay the Apprenticeship Levy, the apprentice's tuition fees are paid from your Digital Account
  • If you do not pay the Apprenticeship Levy, the apprentice's tuition fees will be joint-funded by your business and the Education and Skills Funding Agency
  • Additional professional accreditation charges may apply
  • Apprenticeship is a full-time, salaried position
  • Apprentice is eligible for employee benefits
  • Apprentice is not eligible for a student loan
  • Additional financial incentives are available to employers 

Who are our partner employers?