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One of the world’s most inspired technology and engineering companies, Siemens has built the most important and innovative parts of our society – from rail and power generation to cities and renewable energy. Now, our mission is to pioneer a digital planet.
Apprenticeships are a great way for us to turn today’s talented young people into the experts we need tomorrow. Whether you’re interested in Engineering, Business Administration or Finance, we have opportunities for you.
We have more than 500 apprentices at Siemens in total and, with over 15,000 people working in the UK, you’ll play an important part in everyday life here. It’s why nearly all of our apprentices go on to secure permanent roles once they finish.
As an apprentice, your role will be as diverse as the things we make. In the UK alone, we manufacture products such as industrial gas turbines, traffic lights and train radios, help produce cleaner energy through wind turbines and keep rail networks running smoothly with more efficient trains.
Apprenticeships at Siemens allow you to get paid, hands-on work experience building the innovations of tomorrow. Change the future, anticipate the new, all whilst studying for an industry-recognised qualification. We offer the following apprenticeships:
Advanced Apprenticeships take between three to four years to complete, learning whilst you study at a local college and earning an NVQ Level 3 qualification.
Higher Apprenticeships take between three to four years to complete, resulting in an NVQ Level 4-5, equivalent to a Foundation Degree.
Degree Apprenticeships take between three to five years to complete and you can earn an NVQ Level 6-7, equivalent to a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree.
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