Best IT apprenticeships in the UK
We've compiled a list of top UK businesses offering IT and technical apprentice schemes. The list contains three different types of IT apprenticeship from entry-level and higher IT apprentice schemes to degree-level apprenticeships to suit all skill bases.
Degree apprenticeships are usually four years and subsidised by the company you're working for. At the end of the course, students should receive honours in a specifically designed IT course. Entry-level and higher IT apprenticeship schemes require less technical expertise and provide a more hands-on learning experience, requiring basic knowledge of code and general computer skills.
We take a look at businesses offering some of the best IT apprenticeship schemes in the UK.
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