THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL
- Trading names:
- University of Hull
About this provider
The University of Hull was established in 1927, making it England's 14th oldest university. In 2017 we celebrated our 90th anniversary, coinciding with Hull's year as City of Culture.
The University of Hull is committed to combining the best of higher education with vocational learning, creating flexible programmes tailored to your organisational needs. Upon the successful completion of the apprenticeship, employees will receive a recognisable Higher Education qualification, such as a Degree at foundation, first degree or postgraduate level.
The University of Hull has been awarded five out of five QS stars in multiple areas, including teaching, facilities and employability in the QS Top Universities guide 2018.
What employers are saying
Overall rating from October 2018 to now
- Excellent 1 out of 6 reviews
- Good 5 out of 6 reviews
- Poor 0 out of 6 reviews
- Very poor 0 out of 6 reviews
- Communication with employers (5)
- Improving apprentice skills (4)
- Providing the right training at the right time (4)
- Getting new apprentices started (2)
- Initial assessment of apprentices (1)
- Training facilities (1)
- Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)
Things to improve
- Reporting on progress of apprentices (2)
- Adapting to my needs (1)
- Communication with employers (1)
5 Apprenticeships offered
|Chartered manager degree apprenticeship||Standard||6||Details|
|Senior Leader Master's Degree Apprenticeship||Standard||7||Details|
|Supply Chain Leadership Professional (degree)||Standard||6||Details|
Annual survey results
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Education and Skills Funding Agency cannot guarantee the accuracy of course information on this site and makes no representations about the quality of any courses which appear on the site. Education and Skills Funding Agency is not liable for any losses suffered as a result of any party relying on the course information provided.
Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)