THE Apprentice 2019 series is back on your telly screens TONIGHT and the 15th series definitely hasn't disappointed so far.
And if you're a loyal viewer who reckons you have what it takes, here are all the details for how to apply for next year's run…
How can I apply for The Apprentice 2020 and what's the application process?
Unfortunately, the applications for 2020 are yet to open.
You can expect them to open AFTER the 2019 series has aired around mid-December.
When applications do open – 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?
When was the closing date to apply for The Apprentice 2019?
The application deadline for the 2019 was a long time ago – January 28 at 11.59 pm.
The show begun on October 2 on BBC One.
The winner of The Apprentice gets a £250,000 investment into their business idea and a 50/50 partnership with Lord Sugar.
When does The Apprentice 2019 start?
The 15th series of The Apprentice returned on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, with Lord Alan Sugar at the helm.
BBC One will broadcast the show weekly and it is expected to last for around 12 weeks and 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 sixteen 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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