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    Hi guys!
    Just curious, I don't see alot of apprenticeships for english literature. Are there any or if not is there for english?
    Many thanks!
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    Apprenticeships are about building skills needed for work and reading books is not actually a viable career path...
    How about looking at apprenticeships in industry's that require a lot of writing instead of 'apprenticeship in english literature'
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    (Original post by Jovibell)
    Hi guys!
    Just curious, I don't see alot of apprenticeships for english literature. Are there any or if not is there for english?
    Many thanks!
    As AlexS101 says, apprenticeships are vocational. English Liteterature is an academic subject you study, not something you do. If you want to study English Literature you need to go to university.
 
 
 
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