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Degree apprenticeships for teaching to be launched.

Degree apprenticeships for teaching to be launched.

Leeds Trinity and University of Hertfordshire will develop teacher apprenticeships with funding announced today

The two universities that will develop degree apprenticeships for teachers were announced today.

Leeds Trinity University will lead the development of a teacher apprenticeship qualification and the University of Hertfordshire will be developing a postgraduate teacher apprenticeship, the Higher Education Funding Council for England said.

The announcement today also revealed that Middlesex University will be developing a learning and teaching apprenticeship and Sheffield Hallam University also has money towards both early years education and teaching apprenticeships.

Apprenticeship degrees are being designed to enable students to learn while they earn - typically one day a week would be spent studying.

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