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New £10m fund to increase the numbers of young people doing degree apprenticeships
A new multi-million pound fund to increase the number of degree apprenticeships available to young people has been launched today (24 March 2016) by the Business Secretary Sajid Javid on a visit to Manchester Metropolitan University.
First launched in September last year, degree apprenticeships allow for the study for a full Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree while working. Universities and employers are getting on board with institutions including Sheffield University and Queen Mary’s University London working in partnership with top employers such as TFL, Nestlé and BAE Systems. Read More
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