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What is the apprenticeship levy?
From April 2017, the Government is introducing a compulsory apprenticeship levy for all companies with a payroll of more than £3 m. The amount you pay will be 0.5% of your total payroll costs.
The money will go into your digital apprenticeship account via HMRC and funds will expire 24 months after issuing unless you spend them on apprenticeship training through educational providers, such as the University of Hertfordshire.
Your degree apprenticeship partner
With changes to the way apprenticeships are funded, it’s time to make sure you’re getting the most from your investment.
At the University of Hertfordshire our vision is to be internationally renowned as the UK’s leading business-facing university and we can help you attract, retain and develop talented employees.
Get in touch
Contact Business Development to find out how we can help you further with Degree Apprenticeships.
Frequently asked questions
Find out more about the Degree Apprenticeships Levy in this webinar.
Watch a recording of our February 2017 webinar for everything a student or employer needs to know about the new government levy, current University of Hertfordshire Degree Apprenticeships programmes, and our future plans.