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AtD: Applying to UCAS (in 10 steps)

Here is my second post in the Applying to Dietetics series.

After picking your favourite universities, it is time to begin applying to them. You apply to university through a website called UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). 1,668 more words

Supporting young people to make informed choices

Last week I was invited to UCAS to make a presentation about young people’s career decision making.

I drew together various things that I’ve been thinking about in terms of labour market information and career decisions making and put the following presentation together. 7 more words

It’s not easy to raise prior attainment, but universities could better contextualise applicants’ grades

Note: this piece was originally published here on LSE’s British Politics and Policy blog.

The government has challenged the Higher Education sector to double the proportion of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and to raise by 20 per cent the number of undergraduates from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. 808 more words


15/6/16 @unisouthampton evening talk for students (+parents) wanting tips/advice on the Personal Statement #sotonps

Personal Statement Workshop
University of Southampton – Highfield Campus
7pm – Wednesday 15 June

We are holding a free Personal Statement Evening on campus on Wednesday 15 June.  77 more words

Applying To University In The UK

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Politics newsletter

Oxford University’s Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR) has created a new newsletter for teachers and students of A-level Politics. The newsletter highlights research and analysis from the  81 more words


The quick guide to UCAS Clearing

*If you’re in a hurry, scroll down to find the bullet pointed list of what you need to know*

Worried you won’t get the grades for your chosen universities? 638 more words