If you are getting your A-Level results today or know somebody who is, you may be looking for advice on what to do next.
A guide has been produced to show you a wide range of options, including university, gap years and apprenticeships.
With the substantial rise in university tuition fees many people are worried that they will not be able to achieve their career goals without huge debt but the key message we want to convey is 'don't panic', as there are many avenues open to young people.
We're not anti-university by any means, but it's incredibly important to us that students don't feel pressured into making a decision that will ultimately cost them an awful lot of time and money, especially when there are debt free choices out there to be considered.
You can find more advice here.
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