We are committed to developing the best talent and investing in building skills for the future. If you have drive, enthusiasm, curiosity and commitment, then an apprenticeship with us will give you valuable hands-on knowledge, experience and a qualification to succeed in your chosen career path.

Latest Articles
Get up to date with the latest news from our newsroom.

Meet Amelia Ware – My first week as an apprentice

Oct. 12, 2017 by

Amelia Ware Apprentice Administrative Assistant (Learning and Development) at the University of Exeter Studying with Exeter College. My first week as an apprentice has been great! I was a bit nervous on my first day (who isn’t on a first

BSc Digital and Technology Solutions Degree Apprenticeship at the University of Exeter

Oct. 6, 2017 by

April 2017 marked the start of the new apprenticeship levy.  Charged at 0.5% of payroll costs for UK employers with a wage bill of over £3 million, the Levy is part of the government’s commitment to create 3 million new

Early Years Apprenticeships programme

Oct. 6, 2017 by

Louise McLellan  (centre) receiving the award for the University of Exeter Family Centre from Sam Hillman (Left) and Mike Blakeley (Right) 2016 was the Exeter College Early Years Apprenticeships employer’s group inaugural year.  The employers group have been key in identifying changes

Benefits of Apprenticeships

Sep. 26, 2017 by

Apprenticeships are available in over 1,500 occupations across 170 industries. Businesses of all sizes and sectors in England can recruit an apprentice and they can last anything from 12 months to 5 years. Apprenticeships should complement, and not be disruptive

Apprenticeship Guide for Recruiting Managers

Sep. 14, 2017 by

The University of Exeter apprenticeship strategy will boost workforce capability, through ‘growing our own’ talent from a variety of entry routes, and enhance skills of our existing staff to meet our existing and future skills gaps. It’s about new skills

Case Study – Line Managing an Apprentice – Kerrie Gove

Aug. 7, 2017 by

Kerrie Gove Executive Assistant College of Humanities We currently employ one Apprentice in the College of Humanities Dean’s Office who is undertaking an NVQ in Business Administration.  She carries out various office-based tasks, including: filing, printing, act as the first

Apprentice Development: How to get the most out of Apprenticeships through our values

Jul. 26, 2017 by

Engagement and working to a set of values is the key to creating a proactive and productive apprentice.  Our university values should be used to help develop a positive working ethos for your apprentice and within your team: Ambition Apprentices,

From engineering to IT: 1,000 Exeter students become apprentices

Jul. 24, 2017 by

University of Exeter apprentices have helped Exeter College celebrate sending its 1,000th apprentice to hundreds of employers around the city. Exeter College’s Apprenticeship programme has won numerous awards for training and delivery, including recently being awarded TEF Gold for their

University of Exeter Apprenticeships Champion

Jul. 15, 2017 by

University Apprenticeships Champion As part of our commitment to promoting apprenticeships, Jonathan Cresswell (Head of Apprenticeships) has become our University Apprenticeships Champion. The Apprenticeships Champion network is part of the Governments Apprenticeships initiative and covers organisations across the U.K. An

ESFA Business Update – Issue 23 (3 July 2017)

Jul. 3, 2017 by

Read the latest ESFA Business update to find out about: Apprenticeship non-levy paying employers Apprenticeship levy-paying employers National Apprenticeship Awards 2017 Which? University Guide Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2017 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/skills-funding-agency-business-update/business-update-issue-23-july-2017