Business and Leadership Degree Apprenticeships

Business students working together

The local industrial strategy highlights the need for strengthening the leadership and management capacity of businesses in our city region and this has been identified as a strategic priority.

Management and leadership roles across all sectors are crucial to the rebuild of our economy and now is the time to invest in those staff who have managed the current challenging situation with unwavering commitment as we look towards recovery.

Focusing on the development of your staff is a great way to acknowledge their work and ensure the skills and knowledge within your workforce are harnessed and nurtured for the benefit of all and to ensure an even stronger future workforce.  

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DEVELOP YOUR WORKFORCE

A degree apprenticeship combines academic study at university with on-the-job training in the workplace. They are a are a great way to attract and retain talent, boost productivity and up-skill your workforce.

The benefits of a degree apprenticeship include:

  • Create ambitious, motivated employees
  • Increase retention by offering employees the chance to progress
  • Improve productivity and competitiveness
  • Bring fresh and innovative ideas into the organisation
  • Tailor learning to fit your business requirements and close the skill gap
  • Up-skill your workforce in a cost-effective way

Funding depends on the size of your organisation but will either be fully funded by your apprenticeship levy or via co-investment with the government (the government will fund 95% of the training costs).

Our courses

We offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree apprenticeship programmes across a range of business and leadership subject areas, including business and management, leadership and project management.

Get In Touch

If you have any questions or want to start your organisations route into degree apprenticeships, please contact us using via phone or email:

Telephone: +44 (0)161 295 4612
Email: apprenticeships@salford.ac.uk