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What are your options?. What is uni ?. Why go?. What’s life like at uni ?. What do our students think? . Freedom 25%. Social Life 22%. Living away from home 18%. Independence 13 %. New Friends 8%.

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What are your options?

What is uni?

Why go?

What’s life like at uni?

slide3

What do our students think?

Freedom 25%

Social Life 22%

Living away from home 18%

Independence13%

New Friends 8%

Studying 8%

Using my brain 6%

slide4

OPTION 2

OPTION 3

OPTION 1

  • Get A Levels
  • Leave college & enter employment/ training
  • Some potential for specialist training
  • Get a degree
  • Leave uni into graduate jobs
  • Professional training provided in specialist field
  • Get GCSEs
  • Leave school & enteremployment / training
  • Usually stay in same field for life

Average earnings?

£10,000 - £13,000

Average earnings?

£14,000 - £17,000

Average earnings?

£18,000 - £25,000

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How many courses are there to choose from?

There are over 50,000 courses to choose from!

500

1,000

20,000

50,000

slide7

Study methods at uni are mostly made up of…

All of them!

It depends on the course you choose to do.

Lectures & exams

Seminars & Projects

Field Trips & Dissertations

Reading books & Research

slide8

University

You need to pay for your degree upfront.

  • A loan to cover tuition fees and living costs.
  • Scholarships and Bursaries available.

TRUE

FALSE

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What is a graduate’s average starting salary?

The average graduate starting salary is between £18,000 and £25,000!

£10k – £13k

£13k - £18k

£18k-£25k

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Which company pays its graduates the most?

Aldi-

Graduates start on £39,000 and receive a company car

TESCO

ALDI

TOP SHOP

M&S

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Why Go?

  • Professional:
  • Wide range of choice
  • Access to the ‘Professions’
  • Progress further & faster
  • Financial:
  • An investment
  • in your future
  • Social:
  • Meet lots of new people
  • Get some independence
  • Join a club / society
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University

UCAS

UCAS

Work

Experience

Travel

UCAS

UCAS

Voluntary

work

Further Education

(A levels)

Enter as Mature

Student

NVQ level 3 / HND / Foundation Degree

With / Without training

OR

Self Employment

NVQ level 2

OR

Apprenticeship

Gap Year

Academic

Route

Vocational Route

Vocational Route

EmploymentRoute

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University

UCAS

UCAS

Work

Experience

Travel

UCAS

UCAS

Voluntary

work

Further Education

(A levels)

Enter as Mature

Student

NVQ level 3 / HND / Foundation Degree

With / Without training

OR

Self Employment

NVQ level 2

OR

Apprenticeship

Gap Year

Academic

Route

Vocational Route

Vocational Route

EmploymentRoute

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University

UCAS

UCAS

Work

Experience

Travel

UCAS

UCAS

Voluntary

work

Further Education

(A levels)

Enter as Mature

Student

NVQ level 3 / HND / Foundation Degree

With / Without training

OR

Self Employment

NVQ level 2

OR

Apprenticeship

Gap Year

Academic

Route

Vocational Route

EmploymentRoute

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University

UCAS

UCAS

Work

Experience

Travel

UCAS

UCAS

UCAS

Voluntary

work

Further Education

(A levels)

Enter as Mature

Student

NVQ level 3 / HND / Foundation Degree

With / Without training

OR

Self Employment

NVQ level 2

OR

Apprenticeship

Gap Year

Academic

Route

Vocational Route

Vocational Route

EmploymentRoute

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University

UCAS

UCAS

Work

Experience

Travel

UCAS

UCAS

UCAS

Voluntary

work

Further Education

(A levels)

Enter as Mature

Student

NVQ level 3 / HND / Foundation Degree

With / Without training

OR

Self Employment

NVQ level 2

OR

Apprenticeship

Gap Year

Academic

Route

Vocational Route

Vocational Route

EmploymentRoute

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Degree in Business Studies

Chartered Accountant

Advertising and Marketing

Investment Banker

Teaching

Retail

Hospitality and catering

Market Research

slide19

Degree in Art

Artists

Web designers

Fashion

Teaching

Interior Decoration Designers

Photographers

Textiles

Graphic Designers

slide20

Degree in English

Advertising and Marketing

Publishing

Fundraising and campaigns

Teaching – primary / secondary / tefl

Newspaper Journalist

Writer

Librarian

Media

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Degree in Sports Science

Fitness Centre Manager

Team Manager

Journalism

Sports Coach

Professional athlete

Sports Development

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Degree in History

Museum curator

Journalism and media

publishing

Teacher

Legal

profession

Charity & voluntary work

Police

Politics

slide23

Social Life

  • Meet new people
  • Gain independence
  • Experience life in a new town / city / country
  • Larger and more varied social life
slide24

Sports

Aikido

American Football (Men)

Athletics & Cross Country*

Badminton*

Basketball Men*

Basketball Women*

Canoe*

Caving

Cheerleading (Women)

Cricket Men*

Cricket Women*

Dancesport

Fencing*

Football Men*

Football Women*

Golf*

Hockey Men*

Hockey Women*

Jiu-Jitsu

Karate - Do Shotokai

Karate - Wado Kai*

Kickboxing

Kite Surf

Korfball*

Kung Fu

Lacrosse*

Motorsports

Mountain Bike*

Mountaineering*

Netball (Women)*

Pool

Rambling

Riding Club*

Rifle*

Rowing*

Rugby Men*

Rugby Women*

Sailing*

Ski & Snowboarding*

Snooker*

Squash*

Sub-Aqua

Surf*

Swimming & Water Polo*

Table Tennis*

Taekwon-do

Tennis*

Trampoline*

Ultimate Frisbee*

Vollyball*

Windsurf*

Yoga

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Broadway Dance Society

  • Carchaso Society
  • Cardiff Asian Society
  • Cardiff Business Society
  • Cardiff Castle Garrison
  • Cardiff Marrow
  • Cardiff Nursing Social Society
  • Cardiff RAT Pack
  • Cardiff University Stop AIDS Society
  • Cardiff Welsh History Society
  • Cathsoc
  • Chaos
  • Cheese Society
  • Chess Society
  • Chinese Student Society
  • Christian Union
  • Civil Engineering Society
  • Computer Gaming Society
  • Conservative Future
  • Cardiff University Debating Society (CUDS)
  • CultCrit Society
  • Custard Wrestling Society
  • Cymru X
  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Society
  • Earthsoc
  • Economics Society
  • Egyptian Society
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering society
  • Engineers without Borders
  • English Language & Communication Society
  • English Society
  • Enterprise
  • Erasmus
  • Fancypants Society
  • Film Society
  • Flashmob Society
  • French Society
  • Funky Arse Dancers
  • German Society
  • Grimsoc
  • Harry Potter Society
  • Act One
  • Action Aid Society
  • African Caribbean
  • AhlulBayt
  • AIESEC
  • American Society
  • American Society
  • Amnesty International
  • Ancient History Society
  • Anime Society
  • Archaeology
  • SAWSA (Architecture)
  • Art Society
  • Athiest & Agnostic
  • BACCUP
  • Baha’I Society
  • Baltic Students Society
  • Bellringing Society
  • Big Band Society
  • Biomolecular Society
  • Biosciences Society
  • Brass Band
  • Breakdance
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History Society

  • Hong Kong Society
  • Islamic Society
  • Japanese Society
  • Jazz Society
  • Jewish Society
  • Kenyan Orphan Project
  • Korean Society
  • Krishna Consciousness
  • Kuwaiti Students Society
  • Labour Students
  • Law Society
  • LGBT
  • Lib Dems
  • Libyan Society
  • LINKS Society
  • Live Music Society
  • The Malaysian Students' Society
  • of Cardiff University (MSSCF)
  • Medecins Sans Frontieres
  • MMM Engineering
  • Music Society
  • Neuroscience Society
  • Nightline
  • Oddsoc
  • Omani Society
  • One Mission
  • Pagan Society
  • Pakistani Society
  • People & Planet
  • Philosophy Society
  • Photographic Society
  • Physiology
  • Poker Society
  • Polish Society
  • Politics
  • Cardiff Postgraduate Society
  • Psychology
  • RAG
  • Roleplaying & Wargaming Society (RAWSOC)
  • Real Ale & Cider Society
  • WURNU (Royal Navy)
  • Russian Society
  • Saudi Society
  • Sci-Fi Society
  • Slash Dance
  • Socialist Students
  • SOCSI
  • Spanish & Italian Society
  • Speleological Society
  • Student Scout & Guide Society (SSAGS)
  • STAR
  • SVC
  • Thai Society
  • Traffic
  • The Rock Foundation
  • Two Enterprise
  • Wildsoc
  • Windband
  • Wine Appreciation Society
  • Welsh Pharmaceutical Students Assoc. (WPSA)
  • Y GymdeithasCymraeg (Y Gym-Gym)
  • YUVA
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Travel

Learning Style

Social life

New Experience

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Things to consider

  • Reasons for going
  • Finances
  • Interests
  • Study preferences
  • Living Preferences
  • Location
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