A Level Results Day
Posted: 16th of August 2017 by Nerys Montana
Results day is with us but it’s not too late to get clued up on all the options. Whether you have had good news or bad, there are some big decisions to be made this Summer – College? University? Travelling? Or should you consider an apprenticeship?
Whilst for many school-leavers it is worth going to university for others there are better routes. Not Going to Uni is here to help and guide young people through all the choices available and contains thousands of offers from providers throughout the UK.
Our site has research and advice on:
The Vocational Route: Vocational or technical qualifications come in many shapes and sizes and they are offered at different levels. They are ideal for those who know what particular occupation they want to do. We have lots of detail on the units of study and the skills that will be gained.
Gap Years: These have become increasingly popular as both young people and employers see the benefits of time spent gaining work experience whilst travelling and learning about different cultures.
Apprenticeships and Degree Apprenticeships: Well over half a million become an apprentice every year. Not Going to Uni is the leading independent apprenticeship website in the UK and at any one time we have around 10,000 live opportunities on the site from companies and employers.
There are a multitude of possibilities available for young people to take the next step up in their career. Now more than ever, it’s important to be fully in the loop about what opportunities are available. For these results days, Not Going to Uni will be live blogging with all the latest offers and news and we hope you will check in with us regularly over the duration.
5 reasons to register with Not Going to Uni:
- Follow any companies or providers you are interested in. Never miss a new live opportunity
- Favourite and filter any opportunity or news item into a personal stream for convenience
- Search and get alerts for opportunities by location
- Post questions in our advice section and get answers from our resident careers adviser
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