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Advanced Entry Degree Apprenticeships (AdEDA)

Information for employers

As an employer in engineering you can join our AdEDA scheme and select your new apprentices from current Teesside University students completing their first year of studies on a relevant degree, HNC or HND.

Key benefits for you

  • Select apprentices with proven university-level academic ability
  • Reduce the fees and duration of training for new apprentices.

Join the scheme

If you would like further support or advice, please download the brochure or contact us.

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For your no obligation, free membership please submit this form and email your company logo in JPEG format to

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Information for students

If you don't secure a job and join a engineering degree apprenticeship course after leaving school or college, you can start a degree at Teesside University full-time or part-time, financed by a student loan, and keep trying to find employment while you are on your degree course.

We can then help you:

  • By bringing you into contact with relevant employers
  • Select the right degree course to join

Register your interest by emailing our team or giving us a quick call today.

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Our higher and degree apprenticeships in computing, engineering and digital technologies have been chosen by many employers to upskill their workforce.

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