The Apprentice UK 2024 final airs on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Thursday (April 18).

After 11 weeks it all comes down to this, as the two remaining contestants get set to face one final challenge in an effort to to become Lord Sugar’s new business partner and win a £250,000 investment. 

The remaining hopefuls will be looking to join the likes of Marnie Swindells (2023), Harpreet Kaur (2022), Tim Campbell (2005 - first ever winner) and Alana Spencer (2016) as winners of The Apprentice UK.

Who is in The Apprentice final?

The penultimate episode of series 28 of The Apprentice last Thursday (April 11) saw the five remaining candidates take on the highly anticipated interviews. 

This year interviews were conducted by Linda Plant, Mike Soutar, Claude Littner and Claudine Collins who interrogated the candidates from CVs to business plans.

Following a boardroom debate and pitch session Lord Sugar fired three more investment hopefuls - Tre Lowe, Flo Edwards and Dr Paul Midha.

Meaning the remaining two contestants who will take part in The Apprentice final this Thursday are:

  • Phil Turner (Pie company owner, Bognor Regis)
  • Rachel Woolford (Boutique fitness studio owner, Leeds)


When is The Apprentice 2024 final on TV?

The Apprentice finalists will go head-to-head in one last challenge on Thursday as they battle it out to become Lord Sugar’s new business partner and win his £250,000 investment.

Explaining what fans can expect to see on the final, the BBC said: "With the help of some familiar faces, they must launch their business, create a new brand for their company, produce a digital billboard and shoot and edit a TV advert before pitching to Lord Sugar and industry experts at a black-tie event."

The Apprentice UK 2024 final will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Thursday (April 18) at 9pm and is scheduled to conclude at 10pm.