Project Manager

Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship

About the course

APM (Association for Project Management) Accredited Provider

Our Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship builds critical contemporary knowledge and skills for effective project management to deliver successful projects.

The course develops invaluable Project Management knowledge and skills, as needed in contemporary work environments, to manage projects effectively in different types of organisations. Assignments are based on project related business issues.

Includes the Chartered Association for Project Management (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ).

Apprentices can join the Chartered APM as a Student Member for free.

Entry requirements

Whilst entry requirements are a matter for individual employers, typically an apprentice might be expected to have achieved appropriate level 3 qualifications on entry e.g. 3 GCE “A” Levels at Grades A to C, or a vocational equivalent. Apprentices are also expected to have typically achieved Maths and English at Level 2 prior to starting the apprenticeship.


Successful apprentices will achieve the BSc (Hons) Project Management degree and Chartered Association for Project Management (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ).

Apprentices will be eligible for progression to Associate Membership of the Chartered APM on successful completion of the apprenticeship.

English and Maths to Level 2 are included if not held at entry.

Fee - Companies with a wage bill less than £3m will just pay £1100 over four years (or £275 per annum), this is because the government funds 95% of the full fee. If you are a levy-payer then this apprenticeship will be £22,000 from your levy. As a business of any size, you can also use the Manage Apprenticeship service to apply for funding from large businesses that want to fund 100% of your apprenticeship training and assessment costs.