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Civil Engineering Degree Apprentice



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  • Case Study »
    • Highways is a branch of Civil Engineering. It includes design, maintenance and construction of roads, bridges, and tunnels. This can include sign design and repair, new road design, safety barrier design, existing road widening...just to name a few!
  • Did you know? »
    • Civil Engineers created the waterslide!
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    • Working with a company on projects etc whilst completing your education on day release, you can do this from different points in your education.
    • Straight after GCSE’s where you can complete a BTEC through the company (then go on to do a HNC and Degree)
    • After A levels (Degree Apprenticeship) Normally you would do a HNC then a degree.


    • Complete a Foundation course then go onto a degree or go straight into a degree depending on entry levels and requirements of different universities.
  • Entry Requirements »


    • Foundation degree: 3 A Levels, or equivalent, including a Science
    • Degree: 3 A Levels, or equivalent, including Maths and a Science


    • 1 A level, or equivalent level 3 qualification.
    • You may also need GCSE passes at grade 4 (or C) or above in Maths and Science.

    Degree Apprenticeship

    • 4 or 5 GCSEs including Maths and English to grade 4 ,or equivalent, and A Levels.
  • Skills and Knowledge »
    • Have a good ability to use computers (any design software required can be learnt on the job)
    • Communication
    • Presenting
    • Maths Knowledge
    • Problem solving
    • Enthusiasm to learn.

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A degree apprenticeships means that I work alongside going to university to get my degree.