As Edinburgh Napier University is committed to delivering an excellent personalised student experience, you will have the opportunity to acquire knowledge and develop many valuable skills, such as the ability to collect, analyse, interpret and understand data and information. In acquiring this knowledge and developing the said skills, you will also appreciate the value of education and the contribution it makes to society.
The GA framework at Edinburgh Napier University builds on the strengths of the undergraduate teaching and learning programmes (full and part-time) in Mechanical Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and Engineering with Management, Edinburgh Napier University has offered over the past 35 years.
The EDM programme delivered by the School of Engineering and Built Environment (SEBE) shall draw on this legacy to meet the expected demand for suitably qualified engineers.
Mode of Study:
The GA delivered by Edinburgh Napier University’s School of Engineering and the Built Environment (SEBE) offers just such a workplace learning experience for those employed in the manufacturing sector.
Within the EDM Graduate Apprenticeship, the degree content is delivered according to the principles and outcomes detailed in this framework.
The aim of this Graduate Apprenticeship in Engineering: Design and Manufacture is to produce graduates with:
Normally, you will attend the university for one fixed day per week during term-time, with some modules being work-based and delivered remotely. When not at university, full support will be provided via our virtual learning environment.
In order to apply, you must be resident in Scotland before you start your Graduate Apprenticeship. The premises you work in must also be located in Scotland. As part of your application, you'll have to show that you have the right to live and work in Scotland.
There is no upper age limit. You can apply if you're 16 or over. Some vacancies might be for ages 18 and over, because of health and safety requirements.
To enter this programme at the start of Year 1 you must have either:
We’re committed to admitting students who have the potential to succeed and benefit from our programmes of study.
Our admissions policies will help you understand our admissions procedures, and how we use the information you provide us in your application to inform the decisions we make.
Undergraduate admissions policies
Postgraduate admissions policies
Graduate Apprenticeships are free to employers and apprentices because they are funded by the Apprenticeship Levy. Applications are welcomed from any organisation whether or not they are levy payers.
The course fees you'll pay and the funding available to you will depend on a number of factors including your nationality, location, personal circumstances and the course you are studying. We also have a number of bursaries and scholarships available to our students.