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A Guide to University Open Days 2015-16

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Going to university Open Days to have a good look around the places you would like to do your degree, is ESSENTIAL! You’ll be committing three years of your life to studying in one place and only YOU can choose the right course and the right location. Here’s the Moving On guide to this important event. All universities hold Open ... Read More »

Adjustment and Clearing Explained

Find out all about what to do if your results are either better or worse that you were expecting with our quick adjustment and clearing guide What is the adjustment process? So, your results are better than you expected? Well done! But what should you do now? You could simply accept the place you’ve been offered at your first choice ... Read More »

UCAS – useful UCAS info

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All you need to know about UCAS, the tariff points versus grades systems and key dates for applying to go to uni in 2015… UCAS is the body responsible for managing students’ applications to higher education courses in the UK. They process over two million applications for full time, undergraduate courses every year. Tariff points When you look at a ... Read More »

University Open Days

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University Open Days do exactly what it says on the tin – universities open their doors so that prospective students can have a good nose around! BY KATE NEWTON Attending Open Days at the universities you are thinking of applying to will help you narrow down your choices and make your final decision a lot easier. They give you the ... Read More »

Understanding student loans

Understanding student loans

Don’t let the fear of debt put you off applying for Uni until you’ve done some in-depth research. Read on for our guide to student loans eligibility and entitlements. BY SUMMER SHUTTLEWOOD With universities now allowed to charge between £6,000 and £9,000 per year (nearly three times the fees charged in 2011), many students may be worried that they cannot ... Read More »

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