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    Stephen Spriggs, Managing Director, William Clarence Education

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    Degree apprenticeships are set to open the door to careers in everything from nursing to construction and food manufacturing, thanks to a multi-million pound fund. Universities and colleges across England have been awarded a total of £4.5 million to develop new degree apprenticeships for students starting in September 2017. Working in partnership...

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