BTEC route to university pays off

May 2013
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;5/10/2013, Issue 88, p5
The article offers information on a report of Great Britain based London Economics Ltd. It reveals that graduates who take a route through the Business and Technology Education Council (BETC) of Great Britain in vocational studies are more probable of getting an employment in the country than other graduates. It also informs that the progression rate to undergraduate degree depends on the route of prior qualification attainment.


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