We offer unique and distinctive styles of courses with one aim in mind - to develop the next generation of problem solvers, innovators and leaders that employers and society need. We provide you with an excellent university student experience and, at the same time, equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence that will launch you, as a graduate, on your chosen career path.
Degree apprenticeships are linked to national degree apprenticeship standards. National standards are developed by employers and they specify which subjects apprentice must study. Degree apprenticeships can only be launched when a national standard is developed and becomes available for delivery.
Find out what standards are approved or under development
Employers also recruit new apprentices from those leaving school or college, and also from Teesside University's current students. So if you aren't able to secure a job with an employer and join a degree apprenticeship programme immediately after leaving school or college, you can join a Teesside University degree programme as a full-time or part-time student financed by a student loan and keep trying to find employment whilst you are on your degree programme. We can help you by bringing you into contact with relevant employers. Several employers are already members of our Advanced Entry Degree Apprenticeship (AdEDA) scheme bringing them in touch with our students who are seeking employment and a degree apprenticeship position.
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Our advisors can offer guidance and help you select the appropriate degree programme to join and, if you aren't already in employment, how you can take advantage of Teesside University's unique AdEDA scheme to help you find employment and a degree apprenticeship position.
We launched our AdEDA scheme in August 2017. The current list of employers who are members of our AdEDA scheme are detailed below. Keep checking this web page regularly as we are adding new employers to the list as more become AdEDA members - one of these could potentially become your employer.