For Degree Apprenticeship students

Is a Degree Apprenticeship right for me?

  • By choosing a degree apprenticeship you can earn a full-time wage whilst studying for a degree, with your employer paying your university fees
  • You can increase your skills and knowledge, giving you the opportunity to reach higher earning potential, whilst enjoying a debt-free university education
  • It’s a great option if you want to study to improve your career prospects whilst progressing professionally, as our programmes are flexible and complement the tasks you are responsible for at work
  • You’ll gain experience working alongside industry experts and receive regular support from a workplace mentor and a tutor from the university
  • You are also entitled to paid time off for study
  • You’ll also be entitled to all the benefits that come with being a student here, such as teaching excellence, fantastic facilities, a full range of support services and access to our 24-7 library

How to apply

We are unable to receive applications direct from individuals. Visit our current opportunities page for details of Degree Apprenticeship vacancies. Alternatively speak to your employer about how they could support you on a Degree Apprenticeship.

Help and Support

Studying for a Degree Apprenticeship with Leeds Beckett University means you get access to all of the same support enjoyed by our students studying on campus. We want you to make the most out of our university, so our friendly and professional advice teams are on hand to give you support and guidance throughout your time with us.

Our Student Hubs are your first port of call for queries about student life and support. Located on both campuses, they are a good starting point if you’re uncertain where to go for something. They can direct you to our specialist advice teams, making sure you get the assistance you need as soon as possible. Pop in or access the Student Hub by phone or online.

Telephone: 0113 812 3000

Once you’re a student with us, sign up for your online My Hub account to access all the usual Student Hub services, as well as managing any university-related appointments and events you might be signed up for. You can also access more than 300 career support tools and resources.

A problem shared is a problem halved so whatever you might be going through, we like to think we can help you with it. Our team is made up of counsellors, mental health professionals and chaplains who can support you with issues such as bereavement, relationships, stress and anxiety. They offer a range of appointments as well as an extensive website with self-help resources, including apps, videos, helplines, self-help guides and access to an online therapy tool, Silvercloud Health.

Telephone: 0113 812 8507

Our friendly team can offer confidential advice and guidance on disability related matters to help you during your studies. If you have a physical, long-term or mental health condition, sensory impairment to a specific learning difficulty (including dyslexia), our Disability Advice team will be your first point of contact to discuss your academic requirements, reasonable adjustments and how you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance.

Telephone: 0113 812 5831

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