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Choosing the Right Course © IntoUniversity 2015
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? IntoUniversity Edition © IntoUniversity 2015
Question 1 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Sandwich Course? A A university course that looks at lots of different sandwiches B A type of university course that allows you to take up work experience C A course that you need to do to become a professional sandwich maker D A completely made up course © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Sandwich Course? A B A type of university course that allows you to take up work experience C D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 2 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Foundation Year? A A year learning all about makeup B Your first year at university C An extra year of study at the start of a university degree D Something you study instead of a degree © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Foundation Year? A B C An extra year of study at the start of a university degree D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 3 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is an undergraduate? A Someone studying for their first degree B Someone who has finished their degree and has graduated C Someone doing a Foundation Year D Someone who only had one degree © IntoUniversity 2015
An undergraduate is… A Someone studying for their first degree B C D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 4 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Masters Degree? A A degree you study to become a master B A degree for students over the age of 40 C A higher level degree taken after an undergraduate degree D The type of degree you get if you go to Oxford © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Masters Degree? A B C A higher level degree taken after an undergraduate degree D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 5 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Campus University? A A university with lots of tents B A University that specialises in camping C A university that has all of its buildings spread around a town or city D A university that has all of its buildings close together on one site © IntoUniversity 2015
What is a Campus University? A B C D A university that has all of its buildings close together on one site © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 6 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is student accommodation? A Where you live during your time at university B A way to get around university C A type of learning you do at university D Where all the university books are kept © IntoUniversity 2015
What is student accommodation? A Where you live during your time at university B C D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 7 © IntoUniversity 2015
What are catered halls of residence? A Accommodation with a kitchen for you to do your cooking B A university canteen C Accommodation where you’re provided with meals included in your rent price D Accommodation that gives you your own private chef © IntoUniversity 2015
What are catered halls of residence? A B C Accommodation where you’re provided with meals included in your rent price D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 8 © IntoUniversity 2015
What is an LLB? A A business qualification B The type of degree you need to become a lawyer C A Bachelor of Science D A Bachelor of Arts © IntoUniversity 2015
What is an LLB? A B The type of degree you need to become a lawyer C D © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 9 © IntoUniversity 2015
What does studying full- time mean? A You’re in class for 2 hours a week B You’re in class for 30 hours a week C You’re in class for 20 hours a week D Any of the above © IntoUniversity 2015
If you’re studying full time you are… A B C D Any of the above © IntoUniversity 2015
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Question 10 © IntoUniversity 2015
What can you find in a prospectus? A Predictions for the future B Your university application form C A list of current job vacancies for graduates D Information about a university and the courses it offers © IntoUniversity 2015
What can you find in a prospectus? A B C D Information about a university and the courses it offers © IntoUniversity 2015
Help Me Choose a Course! Advise the students- can they go to university? © IntoUniversity 2015
Footsteps to Success Can you work out the different pathways? © IntoUniversity 2015
Overview of Workshops ModuleWorkshop Title and Topic 1Why Higher Education? Introduction to the benefits of choosing higher education 2Choosing the Right Course Looks at the key factors to be considered 3 4Introduction to Personal Statements Students plan their own statements using a structured approach 5Preparing for Interviews Acquiring effective verbal and non verbal communication skills 6Preparing to Go to University Practical steps to having a smooth transition from home to university life 7Student Finance Overview of the main areas of student finance and information on how to apply The Supplementary Schools Project Teacher’s Toolkit consists of: © IntoUniversity 2015
Year 13 Information Evening. Welcome to the last year of Secondary School!
Understanding College Options: Benefits, Pathways, and Preparation
All Children and young people have an entitlement to a curriculum which they experience as a coherent whole, with smooth and well-paced progression through.
Student Life Katie Proctor (Student Recruitment Officer) and Adam Knights (Student Ambassador)
Returning to Study An Insight into Higher Education Pippa Waller Routes to Higher Education.
Returning to Study An insight into higher education Pippa Waller
Feb- April HE update in registration. Preparation for and visit to UCAS Convention in Exeter. May Course search is launched online for 2013 entry. June.
Preparing to go to University © IntoUniversity 2015.
Student Finance © IntoUniversity Do you know the facts? Student Finance © IntoUniversity 2015.
Secondary Teacher Preparation in Mathematics Institute for Mathematics and Education Tucson, Arizona March 7 – 8, 2008.
What type of people go to University? By Team Smiler.
Business ‘Associate Degree in Business’ Theresa Lyford – Program Manager.
1 International Education at the British Quality in Central Asia.
Edge Hill University: University of the Year Preparing your students for the decision-making process.
Academic Peer Mentoring: Making First-Year Connections Jennifer L. Smith Texas Interdisciplinary Plan University of Texas at Austin.
Choosing the right course and university.. HE versus FE How is HE different to your FE studies now? HE is: A choice from over 150 different institutions.
THE WORLD OF WORK Asma Fares Alkhatri H describes paid work and the pursuit of career, in all its social aspects.
UCAS and the University Application Process © IntoUniversity 2015.
How to enter an Oxford University? Chesnokov D
Introduction to Personal Statements How to promote yourself on paper © IntoUniversity 2015.
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