The University of Oxford are keen supporters of Apprenticeships, working in partnership with our local training providers we give young people in the local community fantastic opportunities to develop their career in a wide range of subjects.
From 1st September, all Apprenticeship grades have risen in line with the cost of living, Apprenticeship Grade 1 has increased to £17,079.
University of Oxford Apprenticeships offer a fantastic opportunity for young people and current members of staff to earn while they learn in a world-leading research and academic institution. The University is committed to providing exciting and life-changing apprenticeships across all of its departments, where apprentices of all ages train alongside experienced staff, developing their professional skills whilst growing the university’s workforce talent.
Increasingly, apprenticeships are becoming a way for more people to achieve higher qualifications, gain valuable experience and earn a salary. At the same time, apprentices join an inspirational learning community through their training providers where they work towards achieving a specific nationally-recognised qualification.
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All of our full time apprentices start on £17,079 a year
Have flexible entry levels, with entry allowed at post-GCSE and A level
Lasts from one to four years, depending on the skills and levels required
Are available for anyone living in England, over-16 and not in full-time education
Are open to existing university employees making a change in their roles or careers
Exist in a huge range of professional areas
Aims and objectives
The overall strategic aim of University of Oxford Apprenticeships is to meet the university’s requirement for both mainstream and highly specialist roles.
The university is committed to achieving this by recruiting and retaining the best possible talent and developing the skills, experience and behaviours that departments need.
Other objectives include:
Encourage departments to include Apprenticeships in their strategic workforce planning
Develop the longer term talent pipeline to meet the University’s skill requirements
Increase both the scale and variety of apprenticeships offered
Secure external funding opportunities to support the development of new and existing staff
Ensure high standards of quality teaching and learning from our external training providers
Improve equality and diversity in our workforce whilst enhancing community engagement