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Degree and higher apprentices study whilst they work. Apprentices are employed and receive a wage. Apprentices typically attend University part-time - one day a week, for blocks of time or study online.
An apprentice’s professional competence is assessed at work. Degree Apprenticeships can include qualifications such as undergraduate, postgraduate, professional qualifications or a professional assessment/license to practice. Apprenticeships include training and study which incorporates a recognised qualification such as a bachelor’s degree, foundation degree or masters programme.
For the final stage, the apprentice will be entered for an End Point Assessment. A successful end Point Assessment means the apprenticeship will be complete
Most higher apprenticeships are offered at level 4 and 5. All of the higher apprenticeships offered by Oxford Brookes incorporate a foundation degree.
Degree apprenticeships are at level 6 and 7. Some degree apprenticeships include a degree or postgraduate qualification. Some include professional assessments of competence or a license to practice, such as Qualified Teacher Status for the Teacher Apprenticeship.
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