Liverpool Business School Degree Apprenticeships

Liverpool Business School Degree Apprenticeships 

Educating managers and leaders can enable businesses to develop solid foundations from which to build capacity, enhance productivity and scale up/grow. There are funding options for various businesses to train employers through degree apprenticeships. Our programmes are personalised to individuals and customised for business to suite the specific needs of employees and employers.

We offer a Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship programme, BA (Hons) Business and Management Practice, which brings together a network of leaders and managers from across the region. We currently have places available on this programme, apply now for a September start.

Our Senior Leadership Degree Apprenticeship Programmes are currently being developed in line with the new Senior Leadership Apprenticeship Standards. If you are interested in these postgraduate qualifications you can register interest by emailing busadmissions@ljmu.ac.uk and someone from the team will be in touch.

Find out more

Our degree apprenticeship pages contain more information about degree apprenticeships and funding. If you would like further information or advice on applying for a degree apprenticeship email degreeapprenticeships@ljmu.ac.uk or call 0151 231 5090.

Funding for employers

If your company is paying the apprenticeship levy, you can use these funds to cover degree apprenticeships. 

Non-levy paying organisations are eligible for Government support for 95% of the training costs of an apprenticeship. In order to access this funding you must first create an Apprenticeship Service Account for you organisation. Apprenticeship Services Accounts can be created on the Apprenticeship Management pages of the government website.

Once the account has been created this can be used to reserve non-levy funding for apprenticeships. Funds can be reserved up to 6 months in advance of the apprenticeship starting, to reserve the funding you will need the following details:

  1. The name of the apprenticeship standard
  2. The start date of the apprenticeship
  3. The cost of the apprenticeship training from your training provider

We appreciate there is lots of information to take in on degree apprenticeship funding. If you are unsure about any of the details and would like to know more about funding options for your organisation please email degreeapprenticeships@ljmu.ac.uk.  The Degree Apprenticeships team at LJMU will be able to advise or point you in the right direction.

If you would like to find out more about reserving funding via your Apprenticeship Service Account you may also find the ‘How to reserve funding’ video by the ESFA useful to watch.