Apprenticeships delivered by Oxford Brookes University

Apprenticeship
Qualification
Level
Next start date
Advanced Clinical Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship
MSc Advanced Clinical Practice
Level 7
January 2023
Architect Degree Apprenticeship
MArchD in Architecture Part 2 and Part 3 (ARB accredited)
Level 7
January 2023
Chartered Town Planner Degree Apprenticeship
MSc Spatial Planning (RTPI accredited)Level 7
January 2023
District Nurse Apprenticeship 
PGDip District NursingLevel 7September 2023
Nursing Associate Higher Apprenticeship
FdSc Nursing Associate
Level 5
January 2023
Senior Leader Apprenticeship
PGCert Senior Leaders Business Administration *
Level 7
March 2023
Senior People Professional Apprenticeship (HR Specialism) 
PGDip Human Resource Management *Level 7
September 2023
Specialist Community Public Health Nurse Apprenticeship
PGDip Specialist Community Public Health Nursing
Level 7
September 2023
 

* Can be claimed for as an exit qualification, and is not a mandatory apprenticeship requirement. 

Apprenticeships delivered by our Associate College Partners

Oxford Brookes collaborate with a number of regional Colleges who deliver Oxford Brookes academic programmes as part of their apprenticeships. Apprentices are awarded an Oxford Brookes qualification (Bachelor or Foundation degrees), in addition to achieving the overall apprenticeship delivered by the College as main provider.

Apprentices enrol with the College for completion of the apprenticeship and also with the University - and so can enjoy the student benefits and utilise support services of both.

Apprenticeship
Main provider / location
Qualification
Chartered Manager
Abingdon and Witney College
Solihull College and University Centre
Wiltshire College
BA (Hons) in Business and Management Practice in partnership with Oxford Brookes University
Engineering (various standards)
Abingdon and Witney College
Solihull College and University Centre
Foundation Degrees in partnership with Oxford Brookes University
Health Care Assistant Practitioner
New College Swindon
Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care in partnership with Oxford Brookes University

Apprentices profiles

Kudzai Chirumuuta

“The main benefit of doing an apprenticeship programme is that you are mixing work and study at the same time - and at Brookes we are exposed to a lot technical modules.”

Kudzai Chirumuuta - Architect Apprentice Level 7, Foster + Partners

Amy Stirton

“I always dreamed of being a Nurse, after three years as a Healthcare assistant, I wanted to try and further my career.”

Amy Stirton - Nursing Associate Apprentice Level 5, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

Jo Mason

“I was looking for the opportunity to convert my skills from management to leadership and I think that my learning so far has put me on the right track.”

Jo Mason - Senior Leader Apprentice Level 7, University of Oxford

UK Partnerships and Apprenticeships

apprentices@brookes.ac.uk

+44 (0)1865 484933

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