LFE’s Guide to Higher Education applications offers practical and independent advice on what you need to do if you’re thinking about going to University next September or even deferring until the following year.
This publication also provides the lowdown on UCAS, the application process, deadlines, Clearing and student finance and support.
If you’re thinking about heading to University after your apprenticeship remember to add the following key application dates to your diary:
(The above dates are when all completed applications, including a reference should be sent to UCAS.)
Universities and Colleges guarantee to consider your application if UCAS receive it by the appropriate deadline. Applications received after the deadlines, up until 30 June, will only be considered by universities and colleges if they still have vacancies for the course(s) you have selected. Applications received after 30 June will will go directly into Clearing.
To find out more about some of the key issues around making an application, including writing a personal statement watch the video below or visit www.ucas.com.
For those unsure about the University experience, check out the views of three former apprentices that have moved into higher education via the video below: