We have been working with companies to develop industry relevant educational programmes and for us developing degree apprenticeships has been a natural step. We currently deliver programmes for, among others, Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin and GE Aviation. We recently created a highly technical Engineering Degree with Dyson.
Established nearly 40 years ago, we are a multidisciplinary department renowned for collaborative R&D with global companies and for our applied approach to education. Our tutors are able to bring their subjects to life by blending their academic knowledge with their experience in a variety of industry sectors. They are experienced at supporting learners in the workplace to apply what they learn directly back into the company and to develop the skills they need to progress.
If you’re looking for something bespoke to your company, we can work with you to create a programme suitable for your employees. We have recently achieved this with Dyson, where we have created a highly technical BEng Degree. Undergraduate Engineers are employed by Dyson and work on their purpose built campus in Malmesbury, where we deliver the part-time four-year Degree, over one or two days a week.
Over the last four years, our Applied Engineering Programme (BEng) has been integrated into a Degree Apprenticeship with a number of companies, including Jaguar Land Rover and Aston Martin.
We also deliver a Master’s level Degree Apprenticeship in Systems Engineering Technical Leadership for GE Aviation.
Email us today and one of our team will contact you for an informal discussion to explore how we might help you.
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“WMG is the perfect partner to help develop our engineering community, and I am delighted that so many of our employees will be able to study for a degree at one of the UK’s leading academic institutions.”
Professor Dr Ralf Speth
Chief Executive Officer
Jaguar Land Rover
"Apprenticeships are fundamental to the continuing success of our business. They are the ‘lifeblood’ of our organisation."