Hi ive recently received an offer for a higher apprenticeship for Ishida Europe. I'm in year 13 and studying towards my A Level exams. I see uni as something quite great because I'll be getting a bachelor/masters degree and I can then maybe go to Australia with my engineering degree (that's even possible yeah?). But then for the apprenticeship I'll be getting a level 3 Btec in engineering as well as a level 4 NVQ with 4 years worth of in the work place experience. What seems to appeal more to employers, I am really stuck.
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- Thread Starter
- 06-03-2018 19:19
- 06-03-2018 19:22
personally, I'd only apply for a degree apprenticeship. a level 3 btec I'm engineering is useless because you've done other alevels. I'd stick to uni or degree apprenticeship. that's what I'm doing because I want the degree qualification to progress as an engineer.