Parents favour degree apprenticeships over university, CMI Study reveals

Traditionally, academically driven teenagers have opted to go to university, while those keen to make an early start in the workplace have chosen jobs in their local area. This is a situation that we are all very familiar with. Schools’ university bias is a significant contributor to low awareness among students of value of apprenticeships. Awareness amongst parents is increasing, from 13% in 2016 to 32% now. The impact is perhaps reflected in the Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) recent…

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