The Government Economic Service Degree Apprenticeship (GES-DAP) is the first degree-level economics apprenticeship programme in the UK. The GES-DAP offers a unique opportunity to work in a central government department or agency on some of the most important social, environmental and economic issues our country faces – whilst studying a degree in economics with the University of Kent. Once complete, you will have an apprenticeship, an economics degree, and the experience of four years’ working in the Civil Service – putting you in a brilliant position to progress in your career from there.
Your apprenticeship will be fully funded by whichever department or agency you work in – via the apprenticeship levy – meaning you don’t have to contribute a penny to the cost of the apprenticeship or the degree that sits within it. When you join the programme you’ll earn a salary of around £22,000 in London, or £20,000 outside of London. When you successfully graduate from the programme you can expect to earn at least £27,000 – and have a huge range of career options ahead of you in Government and beyond.
To apply you’ll need GCSE maths at grade B (6) or above, and at least 96 UCAS points (A level or BTEC). Applications from bright, enthusiastic applicants with other relevant qualifications or previous experience are also welcome.
Find out more and apply at: https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/jobs.cgi?jcode=1612169
Applications are open until midnight on 20 January 2019.