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One department, 14-36 months, and a Level 2, 3, 4 or 6 qualification in a related subject at the end of it. You’ll learn who’s who, what’s what and where your department sits in the overall scheme of things. A range of in-depth projects will immerse you in the detail and count towards your qualification. We’re not looking for specific qualifications, but you will need to impress us with your passion for your chosen area and have the potential to stand out from the crowd. 

Applications will re-open in March 2024

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What to do next

The application

All you have to do is convince us why you’re right for us and we’re right for you. It’s a chance for us to get to know each other and for you to learn more about what’s on offer.  

*If you’re unable to make an online application please contact the team for some help at

We are a Disability Confident employer. Candidates who declare a disability AND meet our minimum eligibility criteria will be invited to the next stage of the interview process. For more information please visit our support page. 


Applications will open in March 2024!

What are the application stages?

Written application

First stage interview

Second stage interview


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Employee profiles

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Ashanti - Past Talent Apprentice, now Talent Advisor

My favourite thing about working at Channel 4 is how inclusive, friendly and welcoming everyone is. No matter what department you are in, everyone is always helpful and willing to have a conversation. I would encourage anyone considering applying to an apprenticeship just to go for it! Do not doubt yourself and overthink, the best thing you can do is apply and show your passion because if you don’t you will always ask yourself ‘what if’.

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Amy - All4 Product Marketing Apprentice

The highlight of my apprenticeship so far has been the people I have met, everyone at C4 is friendly and keen to help, a lot of the projects I work on are a collaborative effort with different departments and it’s great to get insight into how the business works as a community. It has also been lovely to meet other apprentices and communicate with people from different backgrounds and departments.

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