Which course is for me?
Choosing your course can be a little tricky, so keep to these simple steps.
1. Compare the content of courses & the style of learning offered at each university, as degrees & courses with the same name may be very different at each university or college.
2. Help with study skills and easy access to & help with computers & technology will probably be useful to you.
3. Are there any work experience opportunities or work-related skills offered as part of the course (if that is important to you) and you can ask how many students get relevant jobs at the end of their course.
Applying to Oxbridge
What if I don't get my grades
Personal statement guide
Use of language
Making your statement relevant
Why you've made certain choices
Personal statement layout
University with the most girls
University with the most boys
Student university facts
LGBT student societies
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