what is the best division at bank of England to do apprenticeship - IBD,PPD or UKDT ?

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So I am at the final stage for Bank of England economics degree apprenticeship and I have to choose a division- international Banks Supervision Division (IBD), Prudential Policy Division (PPD) or UK Deposit Takers Division (UKDT).
Prudential Policy- We help maintaining financial stability in the UK by designing, negotiating internationally and implementing effective regulations for banks and insurers.
UK Deposit Takers (UKDT)- We work at the heart of the UK financial sector to promote the safety and soundness of over 700 UK deposit takers, ranging from global institutions to start-up ‘challenger’ banks.
International Banks Supervision Directorate (IBD)
Promotes the safety and soundness of 237 international firms, from over 50 overseas jurisdictions, including the largest global investment banks. To deliver effective prudential supervision, we provide rigorous, forward-looking assessments.
This page has more information about the departments https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/care...ers/what-we-do

They all kind of sound a bit similar to me honestly. So really not sure which one to choose. After completing the degree apprenticeship I would plan on doing an MSc Finance at a top 10 university to go into the banking or asset management sector. So which department would be best for my future career prospects? Any ideas?
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anyone? any idea?
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hi! hope you’re well. I’ve applied to the apprenticeship this year and was wondering if you could let me know how it is, both the application process and the apprenticeship itself?
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