If you’re wondering ‘Which degree is best for me?’ let your personality have a say. Introverts may value plenty of quiet study time at university, while extroverts are likely to need their degree to be a bit more sociable.
The universities that are most popular with employers offering the career you want aren’t necessarily those that top the league tables overall. Turn detective and use our six tips to find out which universities are targeted by your chosen industry.
A number of universities offer degrees that you can study from home, known as online degrees or distance learning degrees. There’s plenty of choice, but make sure you won’t miss out on the other advantages that university life can bring.
If you are considering a career as a solicitor, your first two decisions are likely to be: ‘Which course should I do?’ followed by ‘Which universities should I apply to?’. We talk through these decisions below with the help of three recruiters from law firms.
University open days are a fantastic way of finding out about the universities that you are thinking of studying at and the courses you might want to take. Here are our tips on getting the most out of your visit.
The subject you study at university doesn’t necessarily need to rule your future career. Find out if you need a specific degree subject for a specific career and use our round-up of careers you can do with any degree.
Find out about university tuition fees in different parts of the UK, the student loans and grants available to help with uni costs, when you'll need to repay loans and whether you'll have home student status.