Our exciting Apprenticeship is for people aged 16-24 years old and gives you the opportunity to start your career earlier than most. Because we offer full training while you work and, of course, a competitive salary, an Apprenticeship is a genuine alternative to university, helping you to get ahead in a working environment.

Find out here about the application process!

You’re never too young to take your first career step, and our Apprentices certainly took one big step! Check out their stories, and hear their tips to follow in their footsteps!

Life@Microsoft: Tech Traineeship 101 Team
Our Sales interns, Amy and Becky share an insight into one of the great projects you can get involved in
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Interested in an apprenticeship at Microsoft?
Come to our apprentice insight event to learn more about what it’s like to be a Microsoft apprentice!
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Register for Microsoft’s Apprenticeship Open Evening
Want to find out what it’s like to be an apprentice at Microsoft? Sign up here for an open evening
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Life@Microsoft: The Tech Traineeship 101 Team
Sales interns Amy and Becky share an insight into one of the great projects you can get involved in as
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Apprentice: Joe Farrelly’s Experience
Apprentice Joe Farrelly tells us about the learning experience at Microsoft, and discusses his future plans. 
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101 Teams at Microsoft – Loveit! Surface Event
Find out what a 101 team is, and how interns are getting involved with team Loveit.
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Microsoft Aspire Team On Campus
Microsoft’s Aspire Team Head On Campus to Run Interactive Recruitment Workshops. 
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Apprentice: Social Media Analyst
Exhilarating, thought-provoking, stimulating. Find out why Charlotte joined Microsoft as an Apprentice….
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Apprentice: Jenson’s Experience So Far
Hi, My name is Jenson and I am an apprentice here at Microsoft, I am based in Reading TVP, and
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Apprentice: Premier Field Engineer
Name: Abbie Sweeney Job Title: Premier Field Engineer (PFE) What was it like being an apprentice? Being an apprentice was
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