Rolls Royce


Rolls-Royce pioneers cutting-edge technologies to deliver the cleanest, safest and most competitive solutions to the planet’s vital power needs. From developing products that are powering all-electric aircrafts to discovering solutions for space exploration. A career at Rolls-Royce means shaping the future.

Focused on meeting the planet’s vital energy needs as well as its own net zero carbon ambitions, Rolls-Royce believes now is the time to act as one community and one business. That means recognising the unique talents of each individual across the organisation – celebrating and rewarding them, supporting and developing them, empowering them in every way to thrive and succeed.

Pioneers do things differently. So, a career at Rolls-Royce means challenging the status quo and continually re-shaping what’s possible. And because different ways of thinking make for better, bolder ideas, candidates who join the business at this exciting point in its history, will be joining a diversely talented, global workforce dedicated to that mission.


Apprentices at Rolls-Royce will be set on the road to success. Join them, and they will contribute to their ground-breaking work. They can expect all the training and qualifications you need to get your ideas noticed, and the support to develop your skills and knowledge. They will be welcomed into a friendly, inclusive culture where your unique perspective will be valued. A place where they can be their best and feel like they belong.

As well as a competitive salary, their apprenticeships offer the chance to study for fully sponsored qualifications. So, there's no need to rack up any student debt.

Whichever programme they choose, they will find themselves working in a collaborative and digitally-enabled environment, with the most advanced technology, alongside industry leaders and experts. They will combine on-the-job training with digital learning and practical skills development as they study towards a degree or other nationally-recognised qualification – all fully sponsored.

“I decided to apply for a degree apprenticeship because I believed that a combination of academic and practical learning would give me the best grounding to set up a successful career in engineering. Being able to study towards a degree whilst applying some of these skills in my role as a Manufacturing Engineer is a big advantage in my opinion”

Jordan Albutt, Degree Apprentice


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