Our Civil Engineer Degree Apprenticeship offers the opportunity to gain a full honours degree, whilst developing valuable industry-specific work experience and earning a wage*.
Who is this route suitable for?
School leavers looking to do an apprenticeship instead of the traditional study route.
Existing employees within companies who do not have a degree but want to develop.
Why choose a Degree Apprenticeship - how does it differ from a part-time course?
Through new government funding, your employer will be responsible for apprenticeship course fees, meaning that you will not pay University tuition fees.
A Degree Apprenticeship is a three-way agreement by the University, your employer and you. As well as gaining a degree, you'll also benefit from on-the-job training, provided by your employer, opening up opportunities for career development and progression.
You'll have the added advantage of years of relevant work experience, while making industry connections along the way. This could enhance your future employability and boost your career progression.
You will be completing our BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering degree. NTU is one of the most popular universities for civil engineering education in the UK. We're 3rd for the number of year-long placement undergraduates studying civil engineering (HESA, 2016/17).
Our course offers a balance of vocational and theoretical content. You'll develop your general understanding of civil engineering, focusing on key core subject areas: geotechnics, materials, and structures. You'll develop your knowledge and skills in: building technology; computer-aided design; health and safety; the environment; hydraulics; ground engineering; and structural engineering.
Please note, you will need to be in employment with a relevant company to undertake our Degree Apprenticeship. Contact our Apprenticeship team for more information about sourcing relevant Degree Apprenticeship opportunities.