GCU Graduate Apprenticeships

GCU Graduate Apprenticeships

SBRC members, Glasgow Caledonian University, have created a series of sessions which cover the entire Graduate Apprenticeship journey at GCU. 

Understanding Apprenticeships at GCU 

A 30 minute overview of the GCU programme portfolio, Skills Development Scotland funding, application process and student progress so far, followed by Q&A.

This is ideal for employers who are new to GA’s or those who may have identified talent and are looking to understand more about what’s involved. Sessions are running throughout June and July. More details here.

How to create the perfect Graduate Apprenticeship Application

This session is aimed at students who have decided to apply for one of the GA programmes. This is an animated demonstration with one of GCU's Academic Development Tutors, showing how to get it right first time in order to speed up the decision making process at GCU for a place to be offered. Q&A follows.

Sessions are short and snappy, lasting no more than 30 minutes. More details here. 

Making your Experience Count on your Graduate Apprenticeship Application

This is an hour long session, hosted by academic experts and is aimed at those who have experience in their role and want to ‘top up’ their skills with a degree programme. GCU can shorten their learning path way from four years to three or even two years, taking into account what people have learned in their career so far. This explains how.

Mentorship: Supporting Graduate Apprentices

A 45 minute session run by subject matter experts in Mentorships, specifically with GA programmes. It’s ideal for those who are embarking on being an employer mentor on a GA programme for this first time, or for those who are considering the role. More details here.

Find out more about GCU’s Graduate Apprenticeships 

This series encompasses one hour sessions which are hosted by GCU Programme Leaders, with an employer partner also present to share their experiences so far and Q&A follows.

These sessions go through timetable, syllabus, exams, professional accreditation options, GCU academic team who support the student and the employer mentor. They are ideal for those who want to know more about the programme, with employers and their potential GA students welcome to join.

Below are the links for each programme – dates run from now (May) until end July, with one session per programme, per month.

GCU are recruiting for all programmes for an September/October start.

Software development for Business

Business Management

Cyber Security – MSc and BSc



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