Apprenticeships are a way to study for a university qualification while working. 

As an Apprentice you'll spend part of your time at the University and the rest at your place of work, benefitting from on-the-job training enhanced by your university education.

What is an apprenticeship?

Find out what an apprenticeship is and the benefit of studying for a qualification this way.

Employers - all you need to know

Everything Employers need to know about apprenticeships, registering your staff and funding.

Courses available

View all of the apprenticeship courses at the University of Huddersfield.


How to apply

Learn what you need to do if you're interested in an apprenticeship.

Apprenticeship fees, salary and funding

The cost of an apprenticeship is paid for by your employer, however much of that cost can be covered by the Levy. 

Useful resources

Here are a few useful resources that will help you on your journey to becoming an apprentice.

Our Campus

Our Campus offers you fantastic facilities. From specialist laboratories, studios and performance spaces to a modern library and computing equipment.

Student support

At the University of Huddersfield, you'll find services and support networks to help you get ahead in your studies and social life.

Courses and subject areas


NHS Apprenticeships

These courses are for anyone working in healthcare who would like to further their career.


Business apprenticeships

These courses are aimed at anyone in a managerial role or developing into one who wants to learn how to manage themselves, others and projects. 


The apprenticeship provision at the University of Huddersfield has been graded as OUTSTANDING. This is the highest possible grade that Ofsted can award.  

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Apprenticeship Disclaimer

Although we always try and ensure we deliver our courses as described, sometimes we may have to make changes for the following reasons:


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