I really want to apply for this apprenticeship. I found out about last year but was not old enough to apply (I'm 16 now.) and have been waiting ever since.
I plan to apply for Business and, possibly, Commercial in London (as it is closest to where I live.) But, I must admit, I'm quite nervous.
Also, I've read that the applications open on the 28th of February, so not long now!
I'm very keen on the new policy apprenticeship scheme. Shall be applying for London.
I was going to apply for commercial but the Policy apprenticeship looks so exciting and interesting, I will apply for that. Lucky that it's in Birmingham as well, which is where I live.
I'm in Year 13, haven't applied for Uni. This apprenticeship is my number one choice.
I'm also applying to policy. I wasn't going to apply at first because I thought all of the schemes were irrelevant to politics (the subject I would study at university), but the new scheme is great. As nerdy as it may sound, "preparing and drafting information for senior officials, such as Government Ministers" would be really interesting.
I currently live in Chester but I'm going to be applying for London. Not only is that where most of the jobs are, I feel that moving to London would help socially. By not going to university you miss out on making friends through halls and societies, but because of the high rent in London I would probably end up living in a shared flat where it would be easy to make friends. Also, I'd rather not live with my parents for any longer than necessary.
Just being able to work on a policy, no matter how "boring" it is considered, excites me so much.
I'll be applying to the technology stream in London.
This is for faststream the fasttrack will still have numerical and verbal reasoning tests
I'm interested in commercial
Location = Manchester
Any other commercial applicants?
I originally planned to put Business as my first option, but now it's Commercial. I love the idea of working in procurement, negotiating contracts, ensuring value for money, that sort of thing.