It's quite a decent cv already, two suggestions though: I'd recommend to put a little more information about your education in it (e.g. area(s) of specialization, elective courses, cap stone project, final thesis - depending on how your studies were structured). And secondly, maybe you could accentuate which of your listed skills did you apply in the projects of your apprenticeship position. Good luck with the job hunt.
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