Level 6 Project Manager (Integrated Degree)

A level 6 project management apprenticeship, fully funded by the apprenticeship levy and resulting in a Bachelors degree.

Coming 2023

At a glance

  • Level 6

  • Fully funded

  • Part-time (48 months)

Programme Overview

Project Managers are responsible for the end-to-end delivery of a project. This could be a singular project in its own right, or a sub-set of a large scale programme delivery.

A range of skills are required to be a successful project manager - from resourcing and financial management to stakeholder management, communications and reporting.

Project managers need to be effective leaders of change. Some organisations hire project managers to fulfil this role, others rely on department heads, product managers or team leaders to act as project managers - from getting buy-in for an idea, to planning the project and seeing it through to completion.

Managing a project successfully requires leadership, collaboration, integrity, inclusivity and innovation; as well as personal and professional responsibility.

The aim of this Project Manager (integrated degree) apprenticeship is to help organisations manage projects effectively.

Due to recent changes to the funding rules, we are currently reviewing our apprenticeship information and policies.

Apprenticeships at Hult Ashridge

All of our apprenticeships are developed and regularly reviewed by our expert faculty, to ensure that the latest research and critical thinking is included to tackle the ever-changing organisational landscapes and challenges faced by leaders and their businesses.

We teach through a combination of live online session, on-site training days and virtual study. All learning materials are accessible to the apprentice 24/7 on Canvas.

Throughout the apprentice's time at Ashridge, we hold regular tripartite meetings between a member of our apprentice support team, the apprentice, and their line manager to discuss progression so far and any additional support needs.

20% Off the Job

This programme requires 20% off-the-job training.

This is a statutory requirement that means the learning takes place during the apprentice's normal, paid working hours, for the purpose of achieving the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the apprenticeship standard.

Funding & admissions

This programme is fully funded under the UK apprenticeship levy for employers in England.

Entry requirements

  • Individual employers will set the selection criteria for their Apprenticeships

  • Candidates will typically have five GCSEs at Grade C or higher, including English and Maths, and hold a minimum of 48 UCAS points (or equivalent)

  • Funding rules require individuals to be employed and working at least 50% in England

  • Strong personal motivation and capability to benefit from and contribute to the program

  • Line manager support to undertake work-based assignments and build a portfolio of evidence

  • Apprentices without Level 2 English and Maths will need to achieve this level prior to taking the End Point Assessment

Programme Funding

Programme Fee + End Point Assessment 22,000 GBP funded through Apprenticeship Levy
  • All fees are excluding VAT

Contact Us

Request a call back from a member of our experienced apprenticeships team. Or, you can call us on +44 (0)20 3936 1185

Skills Scan

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