Graduate Apprenticeship
A Graduate Apprenticeship allows you to study for a university degree while in paid employment.
Contact our Graduate Apprenticeship team

Whether you're looking to upskill personally or you're an employer looking to upskill your staff, you can contact our Graduate Apprenticeship team via the enquiry form below, or give us a call on 0131 455 6464.

Our Graduate Apprenticeship courses
  • Business Management GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • Civil Engineering GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • Construction & the Built Environment GA" class="text-underline">Block Release
  • Cyber Security GA" class="text-underline">Distance Learning
  • Cybersecurity GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • Data Science GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • Engineering Design and Manufacture GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • IT Management for Business GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • Software Development GA" class="text-underline">Day Release
  • Why Study a Graduate Apprenticeship?

    With a Graduate Apprenticeship you get the benefit to earn while you learn. You develop vital industry skills in a paid job whilst studying for a university degree. It is completely free to join and there's no upper age limit.

    You spend most of your time learning on the job and what you do in work counts towards your degree.

    You can either find a new Graduate Apprenticeship with a Scottish-based business or upskill in your current job. Entry requirements are based on academic grades, work experience or a combination of both.

    If you like to “learn by doing” and put theory into practice, then a Graduate Apprenticeship is the ideal opportunity for you.

    "I have been very impressed by Edinburgh Napier University and would have no hesitation in sending apprentices there in future."

    Michael Harkin MRICS IRRV (Hons) - Business Rates Director – BNP Paribas

    “We want to create that atmosphere of encouragement, celebrating the achievements. Being a voice for an apprentice in the organisation"

    Jennifer Davies, Business Manager at NHS Education for Scotland