Would it be worth trying to get an apprenticeship? (Finishing Uni)Watch
I have however been looking into Web Development which I believe would be a much better fit for me. Though I'm currently not in any position to be sending out job applications I was wondering if it'd be worth trying to find an apprenticeship at Level 3/4 to gain experience, or would I just be shrugged off because of my degree?
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BBC applications are still open, but they are closing in a few days: https://careerssearch.bbc.co.uk/jobs...e-Scheme/52895
Just be aware of places like Sparta Global, Gracye and FGM. These are viable options, but the pay will be below market value and they'll make a lot off of you. That said, if you are flexible to move about and want a foot in the door then they could be good options. They are consultancy firms who provide a coding bootcamp where you'll typically learn either Java or C# because that's what their clients need. Work will vary but when I interviewed with Sparta the role was Java based and as a Software Engineer in Test. I turned it down because I didn't have the flexibility with a little one. If you can commit to 2 years (massive buyout if you leave before that time), then it's a foot in the door. But I would look for proper graduate programmes as the first port of call.