HE Choices. Why Higher Education ?. Get a good job. Careers Some Jobs need HE qualifications Increased chance of promotion Fast-track opportunities Lifelong Learning Meeting the demands of the labour market Learn valuable skills Helps prepare for employment. Personal Development.
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- Which subjects interest me?
- What are my talents?
- What job would I like to do after university?
- Which academic skills would I like to improve?
- Does my chosen profession require a specific subject?
A* = 140A = 120
B = 100
C = 80
BTECDistinction* = 140
Distinction = 120
Merit = 100
Pass = 80
Apply EVERY YEAR!
*how much you get will depend on your household income
*Taken out of your (gross) income by HMRC – (like your tax & NI)
Students apply online and can log on and track the progress of their application
Students can make up to FIVE choices - depending on course choice - different for Medicine, veterinary science, Oxbridge,
The cost for applying to more than one choice is £22, if the student makes only one choice the cost is £11
Students complete one online application form for all their choices
- Think about your ambitions and interests
- Talk to friends, family, teachers
- Find out info early
- Make use of the education conventions
- Visit the UCAS website
- Don’t be afraid to contact universities
- Get course booklets as well as prospectuses
- Attend Open Days
- Practise writing personal statement