Applying to university as a mature student

Mature students are fast becoming a common sight in lecture halls with nearly a third of all full time undergraduates being classed as mature students. A mature student means anyone who is over 21 when they start their studies, although there is no upper age limit.

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Applying to University in Scotland

Scotland boasts some of the best universities in the world and has a legendary education system and sporting facilities at its higher education institutions. There are 19 universities to choose from if you want to study in Scotland, so there’s something for everyone.

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A Guide To Handling University Interviews

You’ve worked hard for almost two years on your A-levels, you’ve sorted through dozens of possible courses to find the one you want, and finally you’ve been invited for interview. Your whole life feels like it is hanging on that one event. No pressure then…

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Applying to University Tips

Research is key to applying for a University place, according to recruitment team at Staffordshire University.

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Tips on Making a Late University Application

UCAS application deadlines are there for a reason, mostly so that your university application is out of the way before you start your all-important revision period. 

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Top 10 Tips for Applying to University in 2017

More students than ever are applying to university so competition in 2015 is going to be tough, but don’t let that get you down. With our top 10 tips you’ll be confident that you’re putting your best foot forward.

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How to make the most of open day visits

Many students agree that seeing the campus and exploring the facilities and amenities provides the strongest gauge of whether or not it’s likely to be right for them. Most say they get a feeling when it seems right.

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