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    BEng BEng Cybersecurity (Graduate Apprenticeship) - Undergraduate, Day Release, Full-time
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    Edinburgh Napier University

    BEng BEng Cybersecurity (Graduate Apprenticeship) - Undergraduate, Day Release, Full-time

    Edinburgh Napier University

    Edinburgh Napier University


    United Kingdom, Edinburgh

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    Start & Deadlines

    Next Intake Deadlines27-May-2024
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    Duration 4 year(s)
    Next Intake 27-May-2024

    BEng BEng Cybersecurity (Graduate Apprenticeship) - Undergraduate, Day Release, Full-time


    Study towards a degree in Cybersecurity while in paid, full-time employment
    Overview Gain an enhanced knowledge of cybersecurity and develop the skills to adapt to challenging situations across a global computing infrastructure. This Graduate Apprenticeship provides relevant fundamental knowledge related to cybersecurity such as encryption and authentication, and also provides relevant practical examples through lab-based practice,  while emphasising engineering practice.
    Learn the importance of network security and you could be working with a wide range of organisations in future.


    Entry Requirements

    Entry requirements


    Students from Jordan would generally be required to complete an international foundation programme to be considered for entry to year one of our bachelor courses. 

    If you think you might need to complete a foundation or pathway programme, please contact the International Team to discuss your options at [email protected]


    On completion apprentices can build their career in jobs such as:

      • Cybersecurity Analyst/Engineer
      • Penetration Tester
      • Information Security Consultant
      • Network Architect

    How to Apply

    Application costs

    UCAS charges an administration fee of £13 to apply for a single course, and £24 to apply for up to five courses.

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    Personal statement

    Your personal statement on your UCAS form is your chance to shine. It’s crucial to your application and can determine what offers you receive.

    When writing your statement:
    • make sure it's styled in a formal manner and reads well
    • write in a precise way using small paragraphs
    • focus on your strengths, achievements and aspirations
    • write about your skills and give examples
    • explain why the course is interesting to you
    • show that you've done your research
    • be truthful, accurate and enthusiastic
    • check your spelling and grammar
    Be sure to include:
    • your reasons for choosing the course
    • relevant work or academic experience and skills
    • personal interests that relate to the course
    • your career goals
    • any plans for taking a year out (if applicable)

    The UCAS website provides further guidance and tips on writing your personal statement. Remember that every institution you apply to receives the same personal statement. 

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    Part-time courses

    Applications for part-time study are made online from your chosen course information page.

    • First, find a course that's right for you.
    • Then, click the apply button at the top-right of the page.

    You’ll need:

    • a valid email address
    • your educational details
    • a personal statement
    • reference contact details
    • scanned copies of your qualifications
    • proof of language proficiency if English is not your first language

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    College students

    We offer advanced entry to a number of courses for college students. With an HNC you'd normally be accepted into year two of a degree, while an HND could put you straight into year three. Check the entry requirements of your chosen course for details.

    We also offer an Associate Student scheme with partner colleges, guaranteeing you an offer of a place at Edinburgh Napier on some courses.

    To find out where your college qualification could take you at Edinburgh Napier, contact us on [email protected].

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    Access courses

    If want to study at university but don't have the usual entry requirements, an access course may be your answer.

    Access courses help prepare you for studying at University and are run by local colleges throughout Scotland. You can study a variety of subjects relevant to the degree course you want to join, either on a full-time or part-time basis.

    Visit the Scottish Wider Access Programme website for a list of east Scotland access courses.

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    International students

    Applicants from overseas will need to satisfy our entry requirements along with a specified level of English-language ability. Visit our country information pages to find requirements for your country.

    If you are not a national of the EU, EEA or Switzerland, you will typically need to apply for a Tier 4 Visa to study with us. You'll need to get a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies to apply for the Tier 4 Visa – we’ll take you through the process of obtaining this once you have an offer.

    To find out more about visa requirements, visit our visa and immigration section. 

    For any queries about visas, contact our international support team on [email protected] or call +44 (0)333 900 6040. For queries about entry requirements and applying, contact [email protected].

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    Deferred entry

    If you've been offered a place, you can choose to delay starting your studies for one year. Deferred entry is granted at the discretion of our admissions team and it’s advisable to talk to them before applying for deferred entry.

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    UCAS Extra

    From 25 February, applicants can make additional university and course choices via UCAS Extra.

    If you used all five options in your original application and have since been declined or rejected any offers, you can use this process to find another path. Check your eligibility in UCAS Track.

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    Clearing provides you with an opportunity to apply for courses later in the year through UCAS if you have not received any offer.

    Clearing is available from 5 July onwards and enables applicants who are not holding any offers of admission to apply for places, subject to availability. Applications for Clearing open in July and will remain open until all clearing places have been filled.

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    Graduate Apprenticeships

    Search and apply for Graduate Apprenticeships on You'll need a CV, and we recommend checking the website regularly for new vacancies.

    Get in touch with us [email protected] and we can arrange a chat. You will need support from your employer, and your job role must be relevant to your chosen subject area.

    After you apply

    UCAS will confirm it's received your application, then pass us a copy for processing.

    You can track your application and decisions made on UCAS Track.

    It's vital you monitor your application and review any offers made. Find out more about what happens after you apply, the offers you may receive and how to respond.

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    Edinburgh Napier University

    BEng BEng Cybersecurity (Graduate Apprenticeship) - Undergraduate, Day Release, Full-time

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