Apprenticeships at Hult Ashridge

The landscape for businesses to thrive is changing and creating challenging skills gaps across all sectors. Apprenticeships can help you make an impact that matters - for your employees and your business.

This is world-class, business school education, funded by the apprenticeship levy.

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Apprenticeships with Impact

Our passion for apprenticeships is driven by our ambition to create a better future for all, by inspiring and challenging our community to make an impact that matters.

Through our highly relevant programmes, passionate teaching and focus on applied learning, we build the knowledge, skills and behaviours that employers want, and entrepreneurs need to thrive in today’s workplace. Access to this learning should not be restricted by financial means and Hult Ashridge has a commitment to support social mobility and access to education for those who can benefit most by being able to offer higher and degree leadership and management apprenticeships which address both local and national skills shortages.


Why Hult Ashridge?

Hult Ashridge apprenticeships are designed by some of the most renowned experts in the world of business. Everyone who designs, develops and teaches on our apprenticeship programmes are practitioners first.

That means they are working in business every day, contributing to new leadership and management theory, helping leaders to think differently, and driving organisations to innovate, and ultimately thrive.

Our faculty go way beyond teaching what is required of the apprenticeship standard.

In addition to learning the key leadership and management capabilities required, apprentices at Hult Ashridge will learn the skills that are really needed to help organisations to succeed.

This is world-class, triple-accredited, business school education. Funded by the apprenticeship levy.

Practical Learning For Those Made To Do

Embarking on an apprenticeship at Hult Ashridge means preparing to get stuck in from day one.

Our faculty will challenge you to solve real-world business dilemmas, as well as support you in bringing solutions to your own workplace problems.

You will be encouraged to experiment, extend your knowledge and stretch your boundaries, because that is where the best learning happens. Everything you learn is backed by research and supported by your peers, our programme teams, and your faculty supervisors.

By studying at Hult Ashridge, you will gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours to make an impact that matters - straight away.

Our History

Exceptional leaders are shaped over many years—and during the last 65, we’ve played a part in the growth and success of many.  

The Ashridge (Bonar Law Memorial) Trust is an approved apprenticeship provider on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers. The Trust is a non-profit organization and a part of Hult. 

Partnered since 2015, Ashridge and Hult have combined expertise in organizational development and research with a global reach and scale to create a truly unique business school.  

Our apprenticeships are delivered by faculty who have been working in their field, and with Hult, for years. There’s no match for real-world experience. 

Since 2020 all apprenticeships, coaching qualifications, and doctoral programs are taught at Hult Ashridge campus. Executive education on a global scale is delivered by Hult EF Corporate Education. 

About the Apprenticeship Levy

The apprenticeship levy is a government initiative established in 2017, that aims to provide learning and development opportunities for working professionals throughout their career.

Any employer in England can access the levy to fund training for their employees. Only employers with a salary bill greater than £3m per year pay into the levy fund.

  • Available to all employers in England

  • Access fully-funded qualifications

  • Enhance your existing L&D offering

Employer & Apprentice Commitment

A key contributor to the success of apprentices is the support of the Employer. This means allowing the apprentices to complete/attend/participate in 6 hours per week off-the-job training during working hours, and provide the opportunity and resources to gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to achieve the apprenticeship.

Apprentices will spend most of their working hours in their productive job role and some of this time must be about consolidating the new knowledge, skills and behaviours, gained from off-the-job activities, so that they are fully occupationally competent at the end of the programme.

Supporting Apprentices and Line Managers

We are dedicated to putting our apprentices first, and providing support and guidance for apprentices and line managers. In this section you will find links to guides and policies to help you on your Hult Ashridge apprenticeship journey.


Managing apprenticeships can be complicated, but our dedicated support team is here to help you and your apprentices every step of the way. We hope that you find these resources helpful.


The safety and wellbeing of our apprentices is our top priority. You can access our policies and procedures here.

Talk To Us

If you have any questions about our apprenticeships and how they can work for your organisation, our apprenticeships team are here to help.

Skills Scan

The Skills Scan is a vital part of the apprenticeship application process for apprentices and line managers.

View Upcoming Events

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Ashridge (Bonar Law Memorial) Trust is registered on the list of approved apprenticeship providers. UK PRN 10008899