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are set to become a fact
of life for both businesses
the needs of businesses that want to shape the
direction of the qualifications on offer. Employers
committed to responsible business practices will
value the university's ethos of social justice and
sense of community, and employees will gain a
flexible approach to learning combined with the
benefits of the student experience on campus.
With a newly launched city centre business
school at the heart of York, innovative and
responsive opportunities for both students and
business partners, and future course options that
include qualifications in occupational therapy
and computer science, the delivery of degree
apprenticeships is well underway.
York St John University's
campus is situated in the
heart of the city
strategy, degree-educated employees can
become a vital part of addressing higher
level skills gaps.
"Degree apprenticeships are set to become
a fact of life for both businesses and universities
so it's incredibly important that we work
together to create a well-qualified workforce".
Universities and colleges undoubtedly play
a pivotal role in meeting industry needs and
offer an increasing spectrum of higher level
and degree apprenticeships. York Business
School at York St John University has launched
its Chartered Manager degree apprenticeships,
including a bespoke BA (Hons) in Management &
Leadership and Level 5 Diploma in Management
& Leadership. The CMI-accredited courses reflect
the knowledge, competence and professional
values required for management roles.
Working in partnership is key, and York St
John University is well positioned to respond to
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