8th February (8.45am): SDC Virtual Event, What is an Apprenticeship?  
8th February (1.30pm): SDC Virtual Event, How to find an Apprenticeship?   
Exeter College Showcase 20th April 2021: 4-7pm      
9th February (8.45am): SDC Virtual Event, Available Apprenticeships       
9th February (1.30pm): SDC Virtual Event, What is an Apprenticeship?   
10th February (8.45am): SDC Virtual Event, How to find an Apprenticeship
10th February (1.30pm): SDC Virtual Event, Available Apprenticeships
11th February (8.45am): SDC Virtual Event, What is an Apprenticeship?
11th February (1.30pm): SDC Virtual Event, Available Apprenticeships
t2h February (1.30pm): SDC Virtual Event, How to find an Apprenticeship

University

 

Obtaining a higher education qualification, such as a degree, will significantly improve your career prospects. Not only will there be a wider variety of career options on offer, including the potentially lucrative graduate job market, but once you have graduated you are more likely to be promoted to managerial positions – many organisations are now employing graduates for special trainee schemes.  Some occupations such as Law and Medicine demand that you have a degree in a specific subject to be able to build a career in that field.

This is an informative PowerPoint written by the University of Winchester:

Post 16 Options Powerpoint

For further information the best source of information is the UCAS website:

UCAS Website

​Compare Employment oppotunities between universities and courses:

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Ever wondered what you can earn by studying your favourite subject at degree level? 

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