Are you a senior manager who wants to develop your knowledge and skills to MBA level or are you looking to progress into a senior management role in the near future?
The Senior Leader Master Degree Apprenticeship (MBA) is suitable for leaders and managers from across organisations of any size and from private, public or third sectors. Apprentices will already have established experience and wish to develop their knowledge, skills and behaviours to an advanced /executive level.
This course is still awaiting validation. Please fill out the below form to be contacted once it is open for applications
|Mode of Study:||Full/Part-time|
|Awarding Institution:||Bishop Grosseteste University|
About The Course
The apprenticeship will be delivered against the nationally recognised Level 7 Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship Standard and on successful completion of the programme and EPA activities participants will gain the MBA and professional body recognition alongside the apprenticeship.
The apprenticeship will typically take two and a half years to complete (including the End-Point Assessment) although each student will be different dependant on previous experience.
- Study through short block release
- Develop your leadership, management and entrepreneurial capabilities
- Study with peers from other industries
- You apprenticeship will allow the development of a range of skills, knowledge and behaviours which you can immediately apply to your role
- The SLDA allows you to achieve at masters level whilst developing your current management career
If you would like to receive my information on how to apply for this apprenticeship programme please fill out the below expression of interest form
Fees & Finance
Costs may be covered by government funding and/or your employer – employers who pay who pay the Apprenticeship Levy will pay fees directly through the levy contribution.
Alternatively, businesses who do not pay the Levy will be able to claim 95% of the cost of tuition fees from the Government.
See further information on the Apprenticeship Levy funding at: