Once you’ve decided that university is right for you, the next step is to determine where you are going to spend the next three or four years of your life.
University isn’t for everybody, but if you’re still keen to continue in education then there are other paths you can take.
A gap year can provide endless opportunities whether it’s travelling around the world, learning a new skill, volunteering or getting a job to pay for your studies.
Online distance learning can be a convenient option for those who want to work towards a degree but also want to start earning by getting a full-time job.
Work experience is a vital introduction to the world of work for students, and has many benefits.
Revision is an inevitable part of student life. We all know it’s not the most enjoyable task but it’s one that has got to be done.
For those of you who need extra support as you move onto the next stage of your education, there are many different paths available.
Nelson Mandela once said “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” and never has there been a truer word.
Some schools, academies and colleges specialise in vocational subjects and offer bespoke curriculums to help students on the way to their chosen careers.
One of the best ways to know if a sixth form or college is the right fit for you is to attend an open day.