Special Edition: 2015

University or apprenticeships for all students post 16, says Cameron

Prime Minister, David Cameron, has outlined a pencil-sketch vision of an educational future  in which all post-16 students either take on an apprenticeship or go to university university. Mr Cameron told an audience at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) annual conference that he wanted to see “either apprenticeships or universities for almost everybody”.

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HRreview launches Apprentices Week

HRreview is this week taking an in-depth look at apprenticeships. With the cost of university increasing dramatically, potential students are considering other options before committing to the cost of a university education. Apprenticeships are high on the agenda of both the government and private business, with the Prime Minister, David Cameron, pledging that the country will have three million new apprenticeships by 2020.

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