Have you considered your options after year 11? Here you'll find some more detail on what your choices are and how to make a decision.
College, sixth form or training?
There are many factors to take into account in deciding what and where to study when you reach year 11. Read on to find out about the different places to study and how to decide which is best for you.
Decision time? What will you do after leaving school? Is it easy to make a decision? How will you make these: based on what your friends do, what your family wants, where the quick money is? You need to work out your options carefully - your choice will have a long term impact on your life. However help is at hand.
Top ten 10 tips!
When you have made the choice of where to study, these points will help you get the most out of your experience.
You don’t have to do A-levels to get into university or college. Here’s a rundown of common vocational routes to a degree.
An Apprenticeship is a nationally designed training programme for 16-24 year-olds who have left full-time education or are already in employment. As an apprentice you would follow work-based training programmes designed by employers and gain nationally recognised qualifications. Interested? Read on.
What are higher and degree apprenticeships?
Like intermediate and advanced apprenticeships, higher apprenticeships combine 'on the job' training with studying towards a high level qualification.
Higher apprenticeships are available at a range of levels, from the equivalent of a foundation degree to a bachelor’s degree and soon at master’s degree level in some sectors.
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