NTU apprenticeships: where women earn while they learn

NTU apprenticeships: where women earn while they learn

 February 12, 2020

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Thinking about launching a new and exciting career? Kat Paricos is a Level 6 Food Industry Technical Professional degree apprentice at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) who recently explained why she chose this career pathway. 

"I really enjoy being an apprentice because you're given so much opportunity to learn new things, try out the job and also use what you've done at university in practice," said Kat.

Kat was previously recognised for her work as an apprentice at the National Apprenticeship Awards where she was awarded the top prize at the Regional East Midlands ceremony.

Kat Paricos NTU apprentice award

NTU has built a reputation for quality higher and degree apprenticeships which are designed to suit a multitude of apprentices and employers.

An apprenticeship at NTU is the first step towards a degree and career. Apprentices develop industry work experience whilst gaining a qualification and earning a salary, and there are no tuition fees to pay back.

A variety of apprenticeships to chose from

NTU offers a range of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships. Designed by industry, these apprenticeships address the growing need for a modernised workforce, with current emphasis on digital, technical, engineering and managerial skills.

Apprenticeships also provide businesses with a number of benefits, including: skilled manager-level employees; cost-effective training through government funding; higher staff retention with clear career progression; a positive employer reputation and knowledge exchange with academic institutions.

Apprenticeships currently on offer at NTU include Business and Administration; Childcare and Education; Construction; Digital; Food and Drink; Health and Science; Law and Social Care. There are also a range of apprenticeships in development, including Agriculture, environmental and animal care.

Why choose an apprenticeship with NTU?

NTU has invested £450 million across all four of its campuses. This investment ensures students benefit from innovative learning and social spaces, equipment and facilities.

At the heart of this investment is the Clifton Campus, which has undergone extensive regeneration. Ongoing development work includes the construction of a specialist Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) and an Engineering Teaching and Learning Building.

Launch your career with a prime employer for women

NTU is recognised for outstanding teaching, research, engagement with employers and student satisfaction. 

If you're ready to launch a career, consider NTU's apprenticeship options. Or if you want a job in research, teaching or support, search and apply for current open positions. 


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