UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH
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About this provider
The University of Greenwich has a tradition in education that dates back over 125 years. Our hands-on learning style and real-world approach has helped us build strong links with public and private sector employers.
We invest in facilities across our three campuses in London and Kent setting high standards in everything we do. Our academics are inspiring teachers and leading-edge researchers who believe everyone deserves the opportunity to learn and develop. We provide our students with the skills, knowledge and expertise that employers are looking for.
Our apprenticeships enable businesses to attract and retain employees with potential, expanding workplace diversity and benefiting the local community and wider economy.
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Overall rating from October 2018 to now
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- Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)
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13 Apprenticeships offered
|Chartered manager degree apprenticeship||Standard||6||Details|
|Digital and technology solutions professional||Standard||6||Details|
|Embedded electronic systems design and development engineer||Standard||6||Details|
|Healthcare assistant practitioner||Standard||5||Details|
|Laboratory Scientist (degree)||Standard||6||Details|
|Product design and development engineer||Standard||6||Details|
|Science Industry Process/Plant Engineer (Degree)||Standard||6||Details|
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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)