About BMW Group
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With our three brands BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, we are the world’s leading manufacturer of premium automobiles and motorcycles and also provide premium financial and mobility services. As a global company, we employ over 130,000 associates worldwide, operate 30 production and assembly facilities in 14 countries, and have a global sales network in more than 140 countries.
The UK is the only place in the world where our three brands are represented by manufacturing operations. In addition to our manufacturing sites located in Oxford, Hams Hall, Swindon and Goodwood, our Farnborough offices host the UK Sales and Marketing subsidiary of BMW AG, as well as Financial Services, Leasing and Fleet Management departments. We employ around 8,000 people directly in the UK, with an additional 14,000 through our Retailer network.
At the BMW Group we believe and invest in our apprenticeships. They are continually being improved, span a wide range of business areas, offer extremely high quality training and provide access to higher level qualifications. If you have an enthusiasm for problem solving, working in teams and constant challenges and variety in a fast paced environment, a BMW Group apprenticeship could be the start of a fantastic career.
But don’t just take our word for it. Find out what our apprentices have to say about working with us.
“For a car lover like me, the prestige of working for the world’s most luxurious car brand was a once in a lifetime opportunity. After studying a Business BTEC and unsure what to do next, I started looking online at apprentice schemes. I’d heard amazing things about the scheme from previous apprentices and decided to apply for Rolls-Royce. My first week at Rolls-Royce was quite an experience. I was blown away by the Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood and how friendly and supportive everyone is. The opportunity to go through different placements within the Leathershop was a great opportunity to learn something new every day. The experience of working with the finest quality materials and textiles was a great draw for me. The materials used at Rolls-Royce are unlike anything I have seen before. The apprenticeship at Rolls-Royce has taught me lessons such as how to be independent, working in a team and improving my confidence. The support from management has been key in this, they have always been there to help me. I’m looking forward to continuing to develop my skills in a variety of locations in the Leathershop and expanding my knowledge.” Georgia Dickinson, Leathershop Covering apprentice, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Goodwood.
“I came across the apprenticeship in maintenance engineering when I was looking at different opportunities after school. The apprenticeship stood out most to me, because it offers qualifications and workplace experience which directly relates to the job type that I want. I found the apprenticeship really good because I was able to get training and qualifications while getting experience, and also practice skills I was learning by rotating around the departments. After my apprenticeship I was offered a machine technician job on shift in assembly maintenance, which is where I spent my final year. Nine months on and I’ve moved into a maintenance associate job. I’m now learning the skills needed for all the different areas within assembly maintenance. The apprenticeship helped me get to this position by giving me the training and skills to develop.” Emma Cross, Maintenance apprentice, MINI Plant Oxford.
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