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Finished school and looking for a smart route to a career in Quality?

Or perhaps you’re looking to change career? Either way, our Quality Degree Apprenticeship is a great next step. It’s a four-year programme designed to equip you with the skills you need to drive production standards in our factories and will earn you a degree in the process—all without you accruing a penny in student debt. Where better to start your Quality career than here at the biggest food and drink manufacturer on the planet?

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Nestlé Academy grow your own future
What can I expect?
You’ll split your time between your factory location and Nottingham Trent University. In the factory, our experts will support you through on-the-job training that will see you take on various roles and deliver live projects that have a real impact on Quality at our business. At uni, you’ll learn about the wider aspects of working at a multinational company and work towards your degree. It’s a combination designed to get you up to speed quickly so you’re able to think for yourself and generally smash it when the time comes to do the role for real.
What will you get out of it?
The programme is all about shaping you into a Quality professional able to thrive at a multinational company. You’ll earn a degree to back up serious subject area expertise.
Entry Requirements
We’re looking for people who want a rewarding career with a global business. You’ll need at least 104 UCAS points (or 260 points from 2017 or previous) and Maths and English Language GCSEs (or equivalent) at grades 9-4 (A*-C if taken before 2017). Just as important is to be full of energy and enthusiasm for learning. We want to meet people who will see this opportunity for what it is—a chance to build a career with a company where there’s no limit to what you can achieve

Applicants must be 18 by the 1st of September 2024 and have the right to work in the UK that is not time limited and does not require sponsorship under the Skilled Worker route either at the start of the scheme or on completion.
How we support each other
“Outside of my day-to-day role I engage in career fairs and talks with others at the Academy. This experience is extremely rewarding and enables me to not only share my experiences with others, but also network with new people I wouldn’t necessarily meet in my day job.”

James Bray, Procurement Specialist

Career Progression

Let’s hear from someone who has completed a Nestlé Apprenticeship.



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