The University of East Anglia provides a variety of courses that provide excellent opportunities to help individuals develop in their careers and which also help organisations get the best out of their staff.
Since April 2017, the apprenticeship levy has affected all employers with a salary bill of over £3 million, in order to fund the Government’s target of 3 million apprenticeships to be in place by 2020.
Degree Apprenticeships at both Bachelor and Masters levels are now available, and can be funded by the levy. This could be a good way to attract, retain and upskill existing and new staff.
UEA has received approval from the Government to deliver Degree Apprenticeships and is now on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP).
We have a range of subject areas that can benefit businesses, plus experience in delivering flexible learning online and face-to-face. For an informal chat about how UEA could help meet your needs, contact our Degree Apprenticeship Manager, Sharon Davies:
Watch the video from our business breakfast for more information on the levy, working with UEA, and to see Aviva and Barclays discussing their experiences of planning for and running Degree Apprenticeships.
Short courses for professionals who are looking to develop their professional skills, knowledge base and keep up to date with developments within their area of expertise.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
There are a variety of MBA's available at the University.
Creative writing short courses
A range of short courses in creative writing, designed for the aspiring writer and developed by the University of East Anglia, renowned world-wide for the quality of its Creative Writing programme.
Whatever your level, a foreign language improves your chances of getting a job and your earning power, therefore the University offers language training that is available to organisations and the public.