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Introducing The UK’s first Economics Degree Level Apprenticeship

Introducing The UK’s first Economics Degree Level Apprenticeship


Di Mcildowie
Di Mcildowie
Introducing The UK’s first Economics Degree...

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You can apply for the UK’s first degree-level apprenticeship in economics launched by the Government Economic Service on 5th December 2018.

An exciting opportunity to:

  • Study for a degree
  • Gain valuable experience,
  • Graduate without paying fees

The Government Economic Service Degree Level Apprenticeship (GES-DAP) offers you a unique opportunity to work in a central government department or agency on some of the most important social, environmental and economic issues our country faces.

Study with Kent University
Our degree in economics provided by the University of Kent, starting September 2019.

To apply you’ll need to have or expected to achieve GCSE maths at grade B (6) or above, and at least 96 UCAS points (A level or BTEC). We also welcome applications from bright, enthusiastic applicants who demonstrate a passion for making meaningful change to the lives of UK citizens.

For further information about the Government Economics Service Degree Apprenticeship Programme, email us or visit our website where you can find out more about our exciting economists careers.

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