Okay so it’s time to start looking at Universities and this means going to plenty of open days. They can be quite scary at first as they can seem really overwhelming – and that’s just with the pure amount of people attending the event!
Considering University as a mature student? Worried about whether it is possible? This short guide will help alleviate common misconceptions.
My flatmates and I decided to reflect on the things that we wish we had known about before we came to University.
Going to university is a high-stake game, not only because it involves many funds, but mainly because you are going to spend three or four years there, depending on your course, and it will be your new home for that time.
Hello, my name is Jonah and I’m a year 12 student (going into 13) at the Chase Sixth Form College in Malvern. During Sixth Form I will be going through the application process in order to apply to university for entry in September 2015. But there is a problem: I have to decide which universities I want to go to.
Interview times – again! I Hope I managed to help with some useful tips in one of my previous posts and that those of you, who had their first interviews already had a great and positive experience. In case it didn’t go well or perhaps some of you who haven’t had your interviews yet, I would like to share with you some more essentials.