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University

University

There’s plenty of reasons to consider going to university. A degree can improve your career prospects and employability. The time spent at university gives you chance to really explore your chosen subject and decide what you want to pursue as a career. Plus, you’ll meet new people, get a lot more confident and independent, and get to study what you love.

If you’re thinking about applying for university, find out more here

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College

College

Get in shape for university, or gain employability skills, by studying for more qualifications after your secondary education comes to an end.

If you’re aiming towards university, consider studying A-levels, or, if you’re in Scotland, go for your Scottish Highers and Advanced Highers.

If you’re thinking about starting work, BTEC diplomas, NVQ’s, Technical Levels and the new TechBac are amongst your options.

Discover some of the options here.

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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

Why not combine study and employment and do an apprenticeship? You’ll earn a competitive salary whilst getting great experience and skills, and you can gain qualifications from GCSE equivalents up to degree level.
Apprenticeships are available with companies across a huge range of industries.

Find out more about Apprentices here.

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Most people who want to study an undergraduate degree in the UK will have to apply through UCAS. UCAS stands for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. They have step-by-step guides to filling in your application and services to support young people making post-16 choices.

Visit the UCAS website