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Applying For University in 2018

Applying for university in 2018

It’s that time of year again. If you are thinking of applying for university in 2018 then it’s time to start laying the ground work. Some key UCAS dates to put in your diary 15th October – Deadline for Oxford and Cambridge applications and also most medical, veterinary and dentistry courses. 15th January – Deadline for most undergraduate courses   ... Read More »

First Degree Apprentices Graduate Today

Today, 17 July, the first degree apprentices graduate from Aston University. A partnership between Aston University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Capgemini, a global consulting, technology and outsourcing company resulted in a unique programme which revolutionises the way young people develop high level skills through apprenticeships, offering them the chance to gain a degree whilst employed in industry, with their tuition ... Read More »

All Uni Offers Are In What Now?

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If all of your uni offers are in here’s what to do next. You will have been receiving email notifications as your uni offers have come in.  Once the final offer comes in – it’s time to reply to your offers. UCAS Track You will need to log on to UCAS Track to reply to your offers. There should be ... Read More »

The University Application Process

Here is some key information for getting through the university application process, including dates, costs and writing your personal statement. If you have just collected your AS-level results then you may be getting ready to make your university choices and apply through for entry in 2017. Key UCAS dates Applications can be submitted from the 6th September but the ... Read More »

Understanding The New UCAS Tariff System

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If you are about to start looking at university courses then you’ll need to understand the new UCAS tariff system. Grades or tariff points? Some universities ask for specific grades but others will request tariff points and these have changed for the 2017 entry. The table below shows the tariff points for different grades achieved for A-levels and the most ... Read More »

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