What apprenticeships do BAE offer?
Here are just some of the apprenticeships we offer:
- Software Engineering. Electrical Engineering. Project Management. Maintenance.
- Finance. Business. Aircraft Maintenance. Welding.
- Mechanical Engineering. Management. Design. Sheet Metal.
How much does an apprentice earn at BAE?
Average BAE Systems Apprentice yearly pay in England is approximately £19,485, which is 10% above the national average. Salary information comes from 9 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
How long is a BAE apprenticeship?
between two years and five years
Typically our apprenticeships are between two years and five years, depending on the level of qualification you are working towards. You’ll find the exact length of your chosen Apprenticeship in the role description on our search pages.
Are BAE apprenticeships good?
Overall I would say compared to other apprenticeships in engineering in my local area, BAE Systems offers one of the highest rates through support, wage, organisation and the skills you get as well from the course.
What grades do you need to get into BAE Systems?
To apply you’ll need to have five GCSEs or National 5 + Highers (or equivalent) including Maths, English and a Science for engineering roles. Science is not needed for business Higher Apprenticeships. You will also need UCAS points – the number required varies depending on the Apprenticeship.
How do you get into BAE Systems?
Take the first step
- Find a job by typing the job title, location or related keywords in the job search bar or by selecting a job category under the Explore Careers tab.
- Once you find a position that inspires you, click the “Apply Now” button to be transferred to the application system.
Why you want an apprenticeship with BAE Systems?
BAE Systems has always taken on apprentices because they allow the company to undertake organic growth, according to Rifaaqat Ahmed (pictured), project management skills coach at BAE Systems. “[Apprentices] provide valuable lifeblood to the company; the value of having a project management apprentice has been tenfold”.
What is it like to work for BAE Systems?
A good place to work and gain basic skills. It is a large company so advancement in your role can sometimes be difficult. There are some amazing people to work with and lots of diversity. There can be, but there is not always, really great opportunities across the company.
What is a Level 5 apprenticeship equivalent to?
Level 5 apprenticeships are also classified as higher apprenticeships, but are the equivalent of the full degree. The requirements for a level 5 apprenticeship will be similar to that of a level 4. However, as this is a more advanced course it is not unusual to see more specific requirements from employers.