Jaguar Land Rover is looking for up to 300 new apprentices, undergraduates and graduates to join the business in September 2021.
The company has unveiled a new engineering degree apprenticeship in partnership with the University of Warwick to develop technical skills and knowledge across engineering. This will enable Jaguar Land Rover to continue to build its engineering capability for an autonomous, connected and electric future. The new apprenticeship joins an established line-up of early careers programs already offered by Jaguar Land Rover, including different options for school leavers, college and university students.
All the early careers’ programs deliver on-the-job training with coaching and mentoring from the company’s experienced engineers. The degree apprenticeship combines real-world and academic experience, with the additional benefits of earning a salary while learning – and no university tuition fees.
This new four-year program will enable Jaguar Land Rover to train and develop potential engineers, preparing them for a future in product design, development or manufacturing.
The new engineering apprenticeship scheme follows the introduction of the Digital and Technology Solutions Degree Apprenticeship in 2018, which was designed to build Jaguar Land Rover’s capability and skills needed to develop and deliver future mobility technologies. Over the past three years, Jaguar Land Rover has recruited almost 2,200 young people to its apprentice, undergraduate and graduate programs.