To become a midwifery degree apprentice, you must finish an approved midwifery course or be accepted into a midwifery degree apprenticeship.
Each university sets its own admissions requirements for a full-time degree in midwifery (as do employers offering degree apprenticeships).
Still, as a general rule, you’ll need at least 5 9-4/A-C grade GCSEs (including English and a science subject) and at least 2 (preferably 3) A’ levels – some may require biology.
Alternative level 3 credentials, such as approved access to a midwifery course, a BTEC National Diploma, or an International Baccalaureate, may be recognised; however, you must check with each institution or business directly before applying.
Using the course finder, you can locate a list of schools that offer midwifery degrees.