A Levels and University
Applying for University
UCAS is the organisation responsible for managing applications to full-time undergraduate courses in the UK. The UCAS application is a big step into the unknown for many young people, and it can seem like a daunting prospect for you as parents too, as you try to guide your son or daughter through the process. This article breaks down the process into 6 clear steps.
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Choosing a University
Choosing a university is one of the first major decisions our children make. With around twenty percent of students dropping out it is important to get the decision right. This article gives a number of tips for key points to consider.
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Choosing a University - UCAS Extra
If your son or daughter has been unsuccessful with all five of their university choices, or if they've changed their mind and declined any offers they received then UCAS Extra could be the answer you are looking for.
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Further Education Funding
Is your child wishing to attend University? This article shows the funding available to full time students in the form of loans and government support.
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Further Learning Options
What further learning options do your kids have if they do not go to University? This article guides your through the choices.
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Poor A Level Grades
When a child does not get the A level results they were expecting it may mean the loss of a job opportunity or missing a place at university. If your child receives disappointing A level grades then this article may help decide what is the best way forward for them.
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