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Please see below for links to useful websites



All Year 12 and Y13 students should check their school email on a daily basis to receive regular updates regarding opportunities in the workplace and from Universities and other education providers.


www.ucas.com  Applications for all full-time HE courses must be made online through the UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) website. The UCAS website also contains detailed information about all courses and institutions, including the tuition fees being charged at each university. Details of applications procedures, including deadlines, are also here. 


www.ukcoursefinder.com  Includes a 15 minute questionnaire that should narrow down the main course areas you are suited to. 


www.opendays.com  A database containing details of open days taking place at different UK universities. 


www.push.co.uk  A general review of UK universities from students’ perspective. 


www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk Use this site for excellent tips on course searches, how to choose a university, understanding and evaluating league tables, student finance and much, much more.


www.unistats.com  Contains information on the quality of teaching at all UK HE Institutions - as judged by students in the National Student Survey. Compare up to 5 universities across a range of quality measures including course results and destination info. 


www.russellgroup.ac.uk  Russell Group represents 20 leading UK universities which are committed to maintaining the very best research and outstanding teaching and learning experience.  


www.timesonline.co.uk The Times newpaper’s website has the complete online version of their Good University Guide. 


www.direct.gov.uk/studentfinance  Comprehensive information on tuition fees and the range of support available to HE students and how to apply.