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    So I still haven't decided what to do at uni and as such, a gap year seems like a wise choice... However, although I have a decent job in a restuarant, naturally I want to spend my year being more productive, preferably with a job in the technology or maths sector. The problem is that I've been looking at gap year jobs and they seem to require that you're at univeristy or have a degree as opposed to just finishing sixth form, any help?
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    So I still haven't decided what to do at uni and as such, a gap year seems like a wise choice... However, although I have a decent job in a restuarant, naturally I want to spend my year being more productive, preferably with a job in the technology or maths sector. The problem is that I've been looking at gap year jobs and they seem to require that you're at univeristy or have a degree as opposed to just finishing sixth form, any help?
    It's engineering and Science so I don't know if its what you are looking for but this company offers placements for those who havent been to uni yet
    http://www.etrust.org.uk/about-edt
 
 
 
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