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Tisu Vanhu Vacho Ep 14: university degree vs apprenticeship

Tisu Vanhu Vacho

Tisu vanhu vacho (Episode 14), vanhu vacho vapi? The people behind Techzim’s articles, videos and social media. Introducing the crew, we have our video wizard and Swiss Army knife – Edwin. Our social media manager who has been keeping things ticking on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – Shamie. Last but not least, Valentine writer and aspiring podcaster.

The Podcast is a chance for all of us to share things that we find, interesting, noteworthy, controversial or all of the above. We all have differing opinions on a number of subjects and topics so we don’t always land on the page. But that’s the beauty of it, we get to disagree, and learn from one another.

This podcast is an opportunity for us to interact with each other and with you about a range of issues.

Tisu vanhu vacho episode 14

On this episode we talk about:

  • The merits of a University degree vs an Apprenticeship in this day and age.
  • Are degrees necessary for all fields or should you get on the job training in your chosen occupation if there is a way.

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Like all good conversations the more opinions the better. You can join in the conversation whether it’s on the comments section or on social media using the hashtag #tisuvanhuvacho.

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One thought on “Tisu Vanhu Vacho Ep 14: university degree vs apprenticeship

  1. I personally think a university degree is relevant in some but not all fields. Society has come to accept that you need a degree to excel in any field but this is misleading. Take the field of IT for instance particularly Software Development. The only thing a university degree will teach you in the foundation. 95% of the stuff you have to learn yourself and the technologies keep changing everytime.

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