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Hello and welcome to the University of Oxford Apprenticeships blog!
We hope this blog will give you an insight into some of the varied Apprenticeships we have here at the University of Oxford.
We are incredibly proud of all of our Apprentices and this blog will share some of the experiences of our current and completed Apprentices.
Apprenticeships at the University of Oxford offer exciting opportunities to work for one of the world’s top learning and research universities.
Apprenticeships have been transformed in recent years with some now offering qualifcations up to degree level.  Apprenticeships at the University are an attractive route into a professional career, many of whom find themselves working as part of a team conducting ground-breaking research.
Our Apprenticeships are not just in the traditional technical and engineering subjects, they are in the arts, humanities, medical sciences, administration, HR, IT, social and digital media, marketing, plant sciences and a whole host of other subjects.
We are continually looking to grow the number of opportunities and it’s always worth checking our vacancies regularly at http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/personnel/staffinfo/apprenticeships/
Going to University lets you explore a subject you’re passionate about and can open up a whole range of career options.  We are equally passionate about apprenticeships that offer the chance to gain on the job work experience and skills and a salary at the same time as gaining qualifications.
There are many benefits from having an apprenticeship: they develop pipeline talent and preserve knowledge and skills for the future, they provide training tailored to the department giving the confidence having competent professionals for the next generation, they bring fresh perspective and new ideas, they develop mentoring skills in existing staff, and they support the community by giving young people the opportunity to reach their potential and make a fantastic start to their future.

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