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    I can't decide and I have the time, is one particularly got more benefits
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    (Original post by Riotshielder21)
    I can't decide and I have the time, is one particularly got more benefits
    Get the A level grades and finsih off education well to create options.

    If you arent sure then take a gap or do the apprenticeship as its only a year plus is not expensive.


    Only go to uni when you know its useful and what you wish to do.
    Pick an do a good apprenticeship and then see how you feel at the end.
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    I can't decide and I have the time, is one particularly got more benefits
    Depends, are you talking degree apprenticeship vs traditional university route?

    In terms of degree vs degree apprenticeship, in the same subject (engineering degree vs engineering apprenticeship) I'd say the apprenticeship wins.

    Degree vs Degree + 4 years industry experience?

    That's before you even start to look at the financial benefits.
 
 
 
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