The Apprenticeship Levy was introduced as a method of increasing national productivity. With the aim of developing vocational skills and increasing both the quality and quantity of apprenticeships in the UK, the government committed to 3m new apprenticeship starts in England by 2020.
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University is always going to be at least partially a financial decision both for prospective students and their parents, or whoever they rely on financially.
Recent figures from the Department for Education show that the amount of workers starting apprenticeships in England has fallen dramatically.
Recent figures suggest that the average debt incurred by today’s university students over the duration of their studies amounts to £51,000.
A look at a review of the cost of study at university in the UK, food for thought in determining if university is a good investment.