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The second University of Cambridge Apprenticeship Awards 2022 event was held on Thursday 23 June, celebrating and recognising the positive contributions that apprentices are making across the University.

Following nominations from across the University, Awards were given for:

  • Apprentice of the Year 2022 - Advanced, and Higher or Degree apprenticeships
  • Apprenticeship Champion of the Year 2022

    Plus an additional award:
  • Rising Star 2022 

This event, which was held virtually, was co-hosted by Colin Long and Leonie Isaacson from Personal and Professional Development and featured an introduction from the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope, followed by a welcome address from Pro Vice Chancellor for Strategy and Planning, David Cardwell. David also announced the winners and runners up to the various awards. Videos of a selection of apprentices discussing their apprenticeship journeys were shown during the event. 

In addition to the nominated awards, there was an additional award, the Rising Star award, which recognises the journey, progress, outstanding performance and role modelling by an apprentice.

David Cardwell commented: ‘It’s extremely pleasing to see so many individuals across the University thriving on our apprenticeship programmes. It’s abundantly clear from these awards that the standard is consistently exceptionally high and that the level of engagement is extremely impressive. I wish all apprentices within the University continued success, which I look forward to celebrating at similar events in the future’. 

To see a list of the winners, runners up and nominees for these awards, please see the Apprenticeship Awards 2022 nominees and winners page.