Our applications open for apprenticeships in Journalism and Production on 5th March.
School Leavers can check out our apprenticeships and degree schemes in Broadcast Operation, Broadcast Engineer, Business Management, or Software Engineering. Our Journalism and Production apprenticeships will open in March 2018. Schemes start in September 2018
If you're currently on a sandwich degree course we offer placements in Cyber Security and Research & Development
Our full list of opportunities is below.
Get a year’s paid work as a trainee in one of our UK newsrooms across online, radio and TV
The new BBC scheme offering journalist apprenticeships to talented, creative storytellers
Learn and develop your sports reporting skills at BBC Sport
Work for the teams that ensure our audiences, production and business systems are safe and secure.
An industry-designed three year Broadcast and Communications Engineering apprenticeship where you work towards a BBC-funded BEng (Hons) degree
Get involved with the insight, imagination and regular research we use to create incredible experiences
We're offering the unique chance to be a part of the team that creates and develops some of the nation’s most innovative and popular products
Want to use your creative and problem solving mind to support local radio and TV services? Check out our Broadcast & Communications Operator Apprenticeship.
Complete three placements in different R&D teams in Salford and London
Spend 6-12 months on a placement in R&D, in either Salford or London
A great chance to join the teams that develop the BBC’s websites and interactive services, and gain a degree level qualification too!
We want people with different stories and life experiences to become Production Apprentices
The Production Trainee Scheme is the BBC's fast track into production
Scotland Apprentices have the chance to work on Radio, TV and Online content at BBC Scotland
The BBC Wales Apprenticeship scheme is a fantastic opportunity to kick-start your career in the media industry.
Get hands on experience and develop your production skills at Radio 1, 1Xtra and Asian Network.
12 month paid placement within our Communications Team, based in London.
Work as part of the BBC’s extended legal team for two years of excellent training and unique work experience
Gain a Business Management degree and a Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management
The BBC is committed to being inclusive and accessible to disabled people. Find out more via the Extend Hub.
We also run various production schemes in partnership with other organisations so look out for those across the year. Our partners include:
Mama Youth Project
Stephen Lawrence Trust
Creative Access Interns
Class Act: Actor Call Out