University & UCAS
Many of our students go onto university after completing their A levels. Students are offered a wide range of advice and guidance to help them with this process, including:
- One-to-one IAG meetings
- UCAS support
- Financial information
- Research tools and resources
- Careers and subject trips
Applying for University?
Students applying for University
To register and receive regular newsletters from UCAS please follow this link
Please follow this link for information regarding universities local to our area
Follow this link for advice on how to complete your Personal Statement
Is your son/daughter thinking of going to University?
Sign up via this link for regular newsletters: http://web.ucas.com/parents-signup
These contain advice and information from UCAS and other directly relevant organisations, which will enable you to help your son or daughter with their higher education options.
Click here to view a copy of 2017 UCAS Apply - A Quick Guide on How to Get Started
Click here to view a presentation from our UCAS Day 2016, including 'The UCAS student journey'
Click here to view the parents' presentation from our UCAS Day 2016
Click here or on the link below to view the 2017 Entry UCAS Application Guide
If you have any questions about the information in this guide, or general questions about applying for University, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Sixth Form or Careers Team - 01255 672116
For more information
Students can speak to the Careers Guidance Officer, Miss Read, or the UCAS Advisor for more information, or they can follow the links below:
Oxford University Application Guide: guide from Oxford containing useful information on university applications
Open Day Questions: questions to ask on university open days, listed by subject
Oxford University Interview Guide: useful guide from Oxford explaining how to answer difficult interview questions
Personal Statements: UCAS guide on writing personal statements
Prospects: information on undergraduate careers roles and what roles different degrees can lead to
What Uni: comparison tool for universities and the courses that they offer
Speak to a Uni: Guide to upcoming university open days and events