Degree Apprenticeships

Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (Social Change)

What is a Degree Apprenticeship?

  • Degree Apprentices are employed and split their time between university study and the workplace.
  • The employer pays for the tuition fees with the apprenticeship levy and in return the Degree Apprentice works on live projects and client briefs.
  • Degree Apprenticeships have become one of the fastest growing routes to attracting top talent into business through the promise of on the job learning and a fee free degree. 
    • Example: QMUL BSc Business Management (Social Change):
      • 1 day a week at Queen Mary attending lectures and seminars.
      • 4 days a week working at the employer, applying principles to live projects and briefs.

BSc Business Management (Social Change)

Earn while you train in business management and social change, and graduate with both a BSc and four years of work experience. This degree apprenticeship is designed to help you build a career in the voluntary and non-profit sectors, which includes charities and community organisations.

You will build on your creative thinking, communication and analytical skills while learning about key business practices like accounting, marketing, human resources and organisational innovation.

Through engagement with leading practitioners in the sector, you will develop a strong understanding as well as practical experience of the unique governance and regulatory environment, along with social impact and evaluation, fundraising, finance and project management.

In your third and fourth years, you will engage in work-based projects that allow you to develop expertise in the charitable and voluntary sectors.

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