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Year 13 Information Evening
Welcome to the last year of Secondary School!
Some thank yous: The students. You, the parents.
Applying to University: Some questions: Who? When? Where? Why? How?
Why? Graduates can expect to earn more than someone without a degree. Graduates have greater job satisfaction. Needed for some jobs. University is a fabulous experience.
Who?: Students in the final year of Sixth Form… …who have decided that higher education is the right thing for them.
Cost vs. Benefit? Fees Accommodation and food Books etc. Clothing Travel Time
How? Through UCAS – the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. This is done using UCAS Apply.
UCAS Apply is an on-line application form that requires: Personal details Choices of course and university Education/qualifications Employment history Personal Statement School Reference Payment
What course and where will they go to? Our students have already started thinking about courses and colleges. More details from: UCAS website University website/prospectus Open days Visit friends
When?: This depends on the courses and colleges.
September Finalise choice for colleges and courses (five courses) Ensure registration for UCAS Apply is completed. Write Personal Statement. Check and apply for admissions tests.
October Before Oct 15 th submit applications for: Medicine Dentistry Veterinary Medicine/Science All courses at Oxford and Cambridge colleges.
November-December Revision!! Coursework? Submit UCAS application
January No external exams!! Submit application to UCAS for all subjects (except some Art and Design courses) by January 15 th.
February – May: Offers received from universities – or UCAS Extra Acceptance, one Firm and one Insurance. Complete and submit coursework. Revision! Research student finance.
May-June Exams – the culmination of two years of hard work.
July …and relax.
August-September Results day. Results meet Firm offer? Results meet Insurance offer? Results too low = Clearing Results high = Adjustment Off to university…and the next stage of life.
APPLYING TO UNIVERSITY. 19 higher education institutions vary in subject areas, specialist focus, student population, location, size and style of teaching.
Applying to study in the UK An introduction to UCAS 1.
Higher Education Evening Claire Gray – Head of Careers Claire Marrington – University Campus Suffolk Hannah Archer – Aim Higher Suffolk.
Applying to University
Parents’ evening presentation
Applying to university
Welcome David Seaton BA (Hons), MA, MCIPD, ACIM, DipIE, PhD.
University and Colleges Admission Service 2015 entry.
Welcome to the Parents’ Higher Education Information Evening for Y12.
Applying to University – 2014/15 David Seaton – Head of Student Engagement BA (Hons), MCIPD, ACIM, DipIE, MA, PhD.
Higher Education. What is Higher Education? Higher level qualifications Usually studied post 18 Over 65,000 courses nationwide Almost 300 Higher Education.
POST 18 SUPPORT INFORMATION, ADVICE AND GUIDANCE.
Title of presentation goes in here Higher Education Evening Jill Sawyer Vice Principal Students and Learning.
Tony Charlton and Alan Jones The UCAS.
Tony Charlton Professional Development Team The application procedure – a beginner’s guide.
University Information Evening Why Higher Education? Increase potential earnings* Better career prospects Benefit the wider community Social.
UCAS University and Colleges Admissions Service.
Year 13 Parents’ Information Evening 18 th September 2012.
19/09/20151 An introduction to UCAS and Higher Education choices Mr D Clarke Deputy Head of Sixth Form Netherhall Sixth Form.
Supporting Parents and Students through the UCAS process.
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