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    Hello,

    I have just joined this website and require some help. I am currently studying my A-levels which include Chemistry, Physics and ICT. I wanted to ask for help regarding my future. I am interested in doing an Apprenticeship but would also like to receive a degree. Is there any way to do this? I have seen a few of these "sponsored degree programmes", but rarely any which fit my requirements. The grades which I believe I will receive are BCC and I was wondering if anyone could help me out?

    Thank you.
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    I have been looking around and just wanted to say i am interested in all sorts of stuff.
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    (Original post by Dr Batman)
    I have been looking around and just wanted to say i am interested in all sorts of stuff.

    Sorry I can't be to specific as I don't know much about it myself but I know there are many apprenticeships which lead onto degree courses, good luck
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    I can point you to a website which lists some very good apprenticeships with degrees for you.

    This article here lists some good apprenticeships available in various areas with big companies:
    http://www.degreenotrequired.co.uk/2...prenticeships/

    This website here also lists some:
    http://www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/searc...tegory/cat/18]

    Hope that helps you out a little.
    Doing one myself at the moment.

    Good Luck.
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    (Original post by Elderon)
    I can point you to a website which lists some very good apprenticeships with degrees for you.

    This article here lists some good apprenticeships available in various areas with big companies:
    http://www.degreenotrequired.co.uk/2...prenticeships/

    This website here also lists some:
    http://www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/searc...tegory/cat/18]

    Hope that helps you out a little.
    Doing one myself at the moment.

    Good Luck.
    You know if there's any kind of deadline to apply? How are you finding it?
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    (Original post by Elderon)
    I can point you to a website which lists some very good apprenticeships with degrees for you.

    This article here lists some good apprenticeships available in various areas with big companies:
    http://www.degreenotrequired.co.uk/2...prenticeships/

    This website here also lists some:
    http://www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/searc...tegory/cat/18]

    Hope that helps you out a little.
    Doing one myself at the moment.

    Good Luck.
    Thank you very much!
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    (Original post by Dr Batman)
    Thank you very much!
    Ernst & Young + Lancaster AAB- 5 years programme to become almost qualified chartered accountant, accountancy degree
    PwC + Newcastle/Reading AAB- 5 years programme + accountancy degree
    KPMG + Durham/Exeter/Birmingham ABB- 6 years programme, become fully qualified+ accountancy degree
 
 
 
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