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Associate Degree

Once you have completed high school, the next logical step can be an Associate's Degree. Not only is it a qualification which can secure you meaningful, well-paid employment, but it can also count towards any Bachelor's Degree you take in the future.

There are two types of course to choose from – an Associate of Arts degree, or one as an Associate of Science. You may opt to go down a vocational path, which is typically dubbed as an Associate of Applied Science. This is for work with may not require academic training, but plenty of hands-on experience. Remember: you'll need an excellent GPA for the best institutions.

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