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Graduate & Degree ApprenticeshipsGraduate Apprenticeships

Graduate Apprenticeships are for those based in Scotland. These opportunities, funded by the Scottish Government through Scottish Funding Council and SAAS, develop your workforce by combining the latest academic learning with experience in the workplace. Find out more about eligibility for funding.

At Strathclyde, our industrial focus and external engagement provides an unparalleled foundation for apprenticeship degrees of the highest standard.

We deliver carefully designed programmes that suit the needs of both the learner and the employer. Our programmes are also accredited by relevant professional bodies ensuring that learners achieve a university degree and professionally recognised qualification in parallel.


Since launching our first Graduate Apprenticeship in 2017, we've broadened our portfolio of programmes to offer both undergraduate and masters qualifications across various disciplines.

In response to the current COVID-19 situation and to comply with social distancing requirements, all on campus teaching or work-based visits are being delivered online to guarantee minimum disruption to our programmes

Graduate Apprenticeships are supported by Skills Development Scotland and the Scottish Funding Council.

They were developed in partnership with industry and the higher education sectors, with support from the European Social Fund.

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