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gap year

Brit a year's break taken by a student between leaving school and starting further education
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Hundreds of school and college leavers across the region will be deferring their university places and many of these will be taking a gap year trip before starting their courses in 2016.
The only gap year we knew in the Rhondda was for the poor souls who'd failed their A-levels and combined re-takes in the Tech with a part-time job in Tesco.
But the research from Post Office Travel Insurance also reveals that one in six (17 per cent) gap year travellers is not taking out insurance.
It added that the most popular type of gap year requested by school and college leavers for 2014/5 was work experience placements abroad.
It's also good to remember that if used constructively a gap year can be a great way of getting some much needed work experience to test out your chosen career, which is great to have on your CV or to simply research universities and make sure your 100 per cent sure on your university choice.
The cost of taking part in the Gap Year Program is about 1,900 [euro] and it comprises the tuition fees for both semesters and the exchange program as well as the language courses and the exams.
The University of North Carolina offers $7,500 to gap year applicants, while students at Wisconsin's St.
Whatever you decide, taking a gap year could be the best decision you''''ve ever made
The top destinations for gap year students planning a trip abroad are Thailand, Australia and the US.
While many high school graduates head directly to college, Heron, 19, opted to delay college for a year to work and gain life experience, a growing trend called a gap year.
STUDENTS at Greenhead College found out about apprenticeships and gap year opportunities at a special event.
com)-- BBYO Beyond has reached an agreement with Tel Aviv University to base their new gap year program on the university campus in North Tel Aviv.