It depends a bit on what you want to do after your degree / apprenticeship. You could look at degrees with industry experience, I spent a year of my degree working in a company which was very valuable.
Which ever you pick make sure that the course is focused on an area which you are interested in and provides good quality skills.
It depends on you really. But if you do want the work experience, all universities offer year in industry. You get to do you degree and then after your second year go work for a company that has a partnership with the university you are studying at. Most of the people I know did year in industry, were offered full time jobs by the company they did the year in industry with. So this is a good way to know you have a job secured after you graduate.