choose an apprenticeship?
With the option
to go to university, college, straight into the workforce or become an
apprentice, what are the
benefits of doing an apprenticeship?
Let’s take a look…
No student debt: Yep, that’s
right! The government covers the entire cost of your education and training while
you are on an apprenticeship scheme. Considering most people leave university
with an average of £16,000 + in student loan debts, this is a pretty big
incentive to start an apprenticeship.
Earn and Learn: Not
only is your degree and training paid for, but you will also have a monthly
wage, with an average UK apprenticeship salary being £17,284 to
Gain a career not just a job: Building experiences and developing as a
professional will help you develop a long-term career. Many apprentices become such an asset that
they remain employed after their apprenticeship is complete.
You’re ahead of graduates: Graduates leave university or
college with the same qualifications as an apprentice but not the invaluable
experience gained while within a company. The hands-on experience gained during
an apprenticeship will speak volumes.
“With an apprenticeship, I could get vital market experience while being paid is the best decision I’ve made about my career.” Freddie: Digital Marketing Level 6 (Degree) Apprenticeship with BT
are some great advantages to being on an apprenticeship!
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