How to apply for The Apprentice 2020 – Lord Sugar's selection process revealed

APPLICATIONS for The Apprentice 2020 are now OPEN.

Here's how you can apply to be on the sixteenth series and impress multi-billionaire businessman Lord Sugar.

Can I apply for The Apprentice 2020 now?

Yes! The application process for The Apprentice 2020 is now OPEN.

In order to apply you need to be over the age of 18.

You can put in your application right now by filling in the application form online.

The website says the application is open to everyone and any reasonable adjustments will be made for those with long term health conditions or impairment.

The questions you'll have to answer include:

  • Why should you be Lord Sugar’s business partner?
  • What makes you different from everyone else applying?
  • What is the most interesting thing about you?
  • What’s the most impressive thing you’ve ever done in business?

What is the prize for The Apprentice 2020?

The winning candidate in 2020 will receive the same deal as the 2019 victor.

They will receive investment of up to £250,000 and will go into a 50:50 business with Lord Sugar.

When is The Apprentice on next?

The 15th series of The Apprentice continues on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, with Lord Alan Sugar at the helm.

BBC One broadcast the show weekly and it is followed by You’re Fired at 10pm on BBC Two.

As always each episode of the main show will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer once it has aired and on catch-up channels.

The latest series of The Apprentice will see eager entrepreneurs compete against one another to become Lord Sugar’s next business partner.

Who won The Apprentice 2018?

The Apprentice 2018 was won by Sian Gabbidon, 26.

She made it all the way to the final of the competition where she secured an investment from Lord Sugar for her swimwear brand.

Speaking to The Sun online after he win she said: "I believe in my business and myself. I think I proved to him [Lord Sugar] I was a really strong contestant.

"As a business woman I always aim high. I did get people saying I will never set up a functioning business in Leeds and I did it."

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