Ready to power your and the world’s future?
We’ve designed the world’s most efficient large aero-engines, powered nuclear submarines, created game-changing engineering solutions for supersonic jets and supported NASA missions. And now we’re breaking records with our all electric ‘Spirit of Innovation’ aircraft.
We have the technology, expertise, agility and creativity. All we need now is the next generation of talent to help us make it happen. And this is where you come in. If you have, or are in the process of completing, A levels (or an equivalent qualification), we’ve got a range of Degree Apprenticeships, including: Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), Materials Laboratories, Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Software Engineering, Electronics, Digital and Technology Solutions, Commercial Project Management, and Supply Chain Management.
Rolls-Royce | Defence
Pioneering the power to protect our planet, secure our world, explore the universe. Rolls-Royce pioneers cutting-edge technologies that deliver clean, safe and competitive solutions to meet our planet’s vital power needs.
We’re pioneering the power that matters
Maybe you’re completing school or college, or maybe you’re already in the world of work and looking for a change of career. Whatever the case, our apprenticeships span the breadth of our engineering and business disciplines.
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Generous parental leave
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The hands-on learning and real working of the apprenticeship has made me thriveDiagnosed with dyslexia at school, I thought I wasn’t good at school. But joining the Rolls-Royce apprenticeship, I now know that classroom learning just isn’t for me. The hands-on learning and real working of the apprenticeship has made me thrive – I’m achieving distinctions!
I’m amazed at the different things we doI’m amazed at the different things we do. We’re developing nuclear power solutions for space, hybrid electric and our journey to a sustainable future – we are doing an incredible amount in this space. The more you dive in, the more you think wow about the industries we work with.
I’ve got 3 years’ work experience, a degree, and no university debtI’ve got 3 years’ work experience, a degree, and no university debt. Originally my friends didn’t understand why I decided to go down this route, but now every single one of them have said they wish they’d done what I have. So yes, I feel a little bit smug!
We embrace Agility: We want our people to be free to explore new avenues of thinking and innovation. We encourage different ways of working and for people to stay curious. We are Bold: Whether we’re designing supersonic jets or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space – we have to push boundaries, make brave decisions and challenge the norm. It comes from a self-belief we want everyone to have.
We pursue Collaboration: We work together to solve the world’s biggest technological challenges. Being able to collaborate and to value a diverse workforce is a huge strength. Our products have a profound impact on the world – we need to test every element against different views and perspectives. We always seek Simplicity: Clarity and focus are fundamental qualities to innovation and pioneering design. By removing the complex, we embrace new ways of working and radical thinking. It’s how all our people work – wherever they are and whatever role they play.
UK Target Jobs 1st place – The most popular graduate recruiter ‘Engineering, Design & Manufacture’
UK Times Top 100 – Winner of the Graduate Employer of choice in Engineering for the 17th year