A total of 110 places are to be funded by SDS, with the University working in partnership with employers to provide qualifications in subjects covering Business, Civil and Manufacturing Engineering, IT and Software.
Businesses can either recommend an existing employee to undertake a Graduate Apprenticeship or take on a new member of staff.
The scheme allows Graduate Apprentices to combine their tuition at Dundee while working at an organisation involved in their relevant sector of study.
Kirsty Scott, Industrial Liaison Officer at Dundee said: “Graduate Apprenticechips are making huge contributions to employers by retaining staff and skills in the local economy. By unveiling our largest number of Graduate Apprenticeships to date, we at the University of Dundee are illustrating our commitment to our local community and helping more people fulfil their career ambitions.
The University will offer places in five courses from September 2019:
- Business management (including Financial Services)
- Engineering, Design and Manufacturing
- Civil Engineering
- IT: Management for Business
- IT: Software
For more information, visit the University of Dundee’s website.