Category: Degree apprenticeships
3 February 2020
It’s National Apprenticeship Week 2020 and we’re celebrating our amazing apprentices and employers who are making an impact and progressing with ARU degree apprenticeships.
Did you know that you can study for a Masters degree apprenticeship with ARU while you work (and earn) with fees paid by your employer and the Government?
Our Masters degree apprenticeships have been designed to meet the skills, knowledge and behaviours identified by industry and professional bodies. This means that not only will you benefit from gaining a postgraduate qualification while you work, you’ll also achieve professional recognition of your expertise – giving you greater career currency.
As an example, our MSc Advanced Clinical Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing. On completion of the Masters, you’ll be able to work either as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner or an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, according to your areas of specialised knowledge.
Meanwhile, on successful completion of our MSc Chartered Town Planner Degree Apprenticeship you’ll become Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and use the title Chartered Town Planner. This demonstrates that you’re at the forefront of new developments, legislative changes and the latest knowledge in planning to your employer and clients.
Successful learners on our MBA Senior Leader Degree Apprenticeship also achieve a dual award from the Chartered Management Institute or the Institute of Leadership and Management.
Our MSc Digital and Technology Solutions Specialist (Data Analytics) Degree Apprenticeship has been co-designed with, and is co-delivered by Cambridge Spark – leaders in personalised AI driven training in data science and software engineering. You’ll be learning from experts in your field right from the start.
Want to find out more about degree apprenticeships at ARU? Come along and chat to us at a National Apprenticeship Week event, explore undergraduate and postgraduate courses, or hear from our apprentices.