Updated 25th May 2017
University Options in Maths, Science and Engineering
Wednesday 28th June 2017
The Octagon Centre, The University of Sheffield.
This event is designed for students that are currently studying at least one science A-Level (biology, human biology, chemistry, physics or applied science) or a health sciences related BTEC and are interested in pursuing a career in Nursing, Midwifery or a healthcare related discipline, enabling them to learn more about the courses on offer at the University of Leeds and a valuable insight into these professions. All bookings must be received by Friday 26th May at 5PM
“Applying to University and other options” - presentations from the talks at college on 7th and 9th March 2017
To find out more about applying to university, choosing your course etc. see www.ucas.com
Extra choices - If you've used all five choices and you're not holding any offers, read on about our Extra service.
Key points you need to know:
1. Register at www.ucas.com Select apply - register to Apply 2017
2. Indicate you are applying from York College: You will need the York College Buzzword (Go to the InfoZone, your Progress Tutor or ring 01904 770398 for this information)
3. Find the correct UCAS group from the drop down list when prompted
4. Help is available from your tutor or the InfoZone.
See My Future Higher Education 2018 for help and advice on higher education.
Personal Statement: help and advice
University Open Day Information
Higher Education - Useful Websites
www.gov.uk/browse/education/student-finance- Student finance, detailed information on loans, fees etc.
www.ucas.com/connect/videos - How to guides (videos) on UCAS
www.russellgroup.ac.uk/for-students- Information on Russell Group Universities - subject courses at school and college
Access to Leeds - Anyone applying to a full-time undergraduate degree at the University can apply to the Access to Leeds scheme. To be eligible you must be living permanently in the UK, have the potential to succeed at the University of Leeds and meet two or more of the criteria identified on the website.
Open University - Information on the Open University
unistats.direct.gov.uk - Includes official data for undergraduate courses on each university and college's satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey, jobs and salaries after study and other key information for prospective students.
university.which.co.uk - Advice and information on universities
ukuniversitysearch.com - Confused about the amount of points your predicted grades add up to? Need information on how many are required to qualify for your desired course? Are you looking for more information on where you should study?
universitycompare.com/uni-advice - this guide will help you choose what university and degree course is right for you.
www.ukcoursefinder.com - Which UK degree course?
www.push.co.uk - Alternative guide to universities.
www.applytouni.com/applying - Provides information from choosing your course at university, personal statements and lots more
Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education - the independent body entrusted with monitoring, and advising on, standards and quality in UK higher education.
www.hefce.ac.uk - funds and regulates universities and colleges in England. We invest on behalf of students and the public to promote excellence and innovation in research, teaching and knowledge exchange.
www.scholarship-search.org.uk - scholarships available to students.
www.medschoolsuccess.co.uk - Applying to Medical School? Help is at hand... With hundreds of UKCAT and interview practice questions, informative articles and advice from experts.
targetcareers.co.uk/uni/degree-subject-guides - Guides to different degree subjects and what careers it could lead to.