Tag: university

Online v Offline

| December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

The university classroom has been the mainstay of higher education but with an increasing number of universities and colleges offering online courses as an alternative to the traditional offline approach – are we seeing a trend that will continue to grow and what are the pros and cons? We take a look at the American […]

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How vocational education helped kick-start my career

| August 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Helen Wright, Audit Supervisor, Baker Tilly Chartered Accountants Studying through an apprenticeship isn’t for everyone. You’re thrown in the deep end, into the working world, and you either sink or swim. You go from a having a daily routine attending school from 9-3pm each day and step into a world of responsibility, long working […]

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Is university worth it?

| August 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Emma Mason, Corporation Tax Assistant, Baker Tilly Chartered Accountants. I went to a private school in Bromley, I got good grades and it went without saying that I was supposed to go to university. So like many other students, I didn’t think twice about enrolling in a Bachelor of Science at Bath University. However, […]

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Live careers advice webTV show

| August 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Live careers advice webTV show Join our show to hear what options other than university are available Show date: 15th August Show time: 13:00 Are you waiting for your A Level exam results?  Deciding what is the “right” step after leaving college or school can be really stressful. And it’s not a decision that you […]

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