What does the programme involve?
You’ll play your part in making good things happen for millions of Morrison’s customers every single week. Not only will you take on a real role in our business, but you’ll also get paid to learn as you go, taking responsibility for people, projects and operations. And beyond that, you’ll be an undergraduate student, studying towards a degree that will take you even further. It means you’ll enjoy a great career, gain your degree, and keep your bank account in the black - all at the same time.
Juggling full-time work and a degree course won’t be easy. But if you’re ambitious and hard working, it will be an experience you’ll never forget.
What will I study towards?
At the University of Bradford, you’ll study towards a BSc Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship. In Scotland you will study for a Graduate Apprenticeship BA in Business Management. Both of these are honours degrees. For food technical you will attend Sheffield Hallam university studying towards Bsc (Hons) Professional Practice in Food Technology.
What do I need?
Resilience, determination, tenacity and good leadership skills are essential. You’ll also need to be flexible enough to meet the changing needs of our business, able to work in a team, and have the courage and confidence to make big decisions when it matters.
What about UCAS points?
To successfully apply for any of our Chartered Manager degree apprenticeship programmes, you'll need 112 UCAS Points and a grade 4 in GCSE Maths and English.
In Scotland, for our course in Business Management, you’ll need to have 4 Highers with minimum B grades, including Mathematics and English.
For our Bsc (Hons) Professional Practice in Food Technology, you’ll need to have 96 UCAS Points including one A level or equivalent in food technology or a science subject and a grade 4 or above in GCSE Maths and English
You get UCAS points when you pass a qualification like an A-level or BTEC, and the number of points you get depends on the grade you achieve.
Where will I study and how will I get there?
Our Corporate, Retail and Manufacturing degree apprentices will attend either the University of Bradford or University of Strathclyde, in weekly blocks or days throughout the year or via online learning. For Food Technical you’ll study at Sheffield Hallam University.
Don't worry about travel and accommodation for this - we’ll pick up the cost!
How many Degree apprentices do you hire?
In 2024, we’re hoping to take on around 60 Degree Apprentices.
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When you join us on a degree apprenticeship, you don’t have to worry about university fees or choosing between starting your career or studying towards a degree. You can enjoy the best of both worlds on our award-winning Degree Apprenticeship Programme. You’ll swing into action in your scheme, while we pay for your part-time university studies.
We’ve partnered with the University of Bradford, University of Strathclyde and Sheffield Hallam University to create a unique, tailor-made programme that’s designed to unlock your potential. You can work, earn and learn while studying towards a degree and preparing for a management career with one of the UK's leading fresh food manufacturers and retailers.
What’s more, our programme recently won the prestigious Institute for Student Employers Award for Best Overall Emerging Talent Strategy 2023 too. Which means it has been judged by a number of industry professionals as being an excellent Apprenticeship option that offers outstanding learning and career development at the highest level. Just imagine what that could mean for your career!