The Dyson Institute recognises that students may still need support with some of the start-up costs of joining the programme (such as relocating to the campus or buying text books).
To help, The Dyson Institute offers bursaries of £1,000. To be eligible, students need to either be from a financially disadvantaged background or be estranged from their parents.
The Dyson Institute also offers financial support for applicants invited to assessment days or pre-joining events.
The Dyson Institute offers students the unique opportunity to gain a full BEng (Hons) degree apprenticeship and world-class work experience – completely debt-free!
The programme follows the degree apprenticeship model of delivery. Therefore, those on the programme will be a part-time student at The Dyson Institute and a Dyson employee – and will be paid as such. Students start on a salary of £18,000 per year, which increases each year. They will also be eligible for staff bonuses and discount schemes.
There are no tuition fees to pay to undertake the programme and students don’t need to take out a student loan. The only costs payable are for first-year on-campus accommodation, which is deducted from the students’ monthly net salary (after tax).