Warwick University or degree apprenticeship?

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melouka
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I currently have a conditional offer from Warwick University to study Physics starting this year (A*AB in maths, physics, chem). However, I’ve been looking into some degree apprenticeships to see if I prefer the idea of it. I found this one https://careerfinder.ucas.com/job/34...pprenticeship/ and the idea of a degree apprenticeship sounds amazing: getting paid that much money as well as getting a degree after it.
Which path do you think would be better for me? Directly to university, or do an apprenticeship alongside a degree?
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Wow that apprenticeship looks amazing
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Wow that apprenticeship looks amazing
I know! If I were able to find something like that for 2021 I’d be tempted to forget about uni altogether :/
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I know! If I were able to find something like that for 2021 I’d be tempted to forget about uni altogether :/
I hope you find something!
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The physics degree if at a university like Warwick for me. Generally I think degree apprenticeships are a better option for many people. There are some exceptions - heavily mathematical degrees being one of them.
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