High school juniors, take note: This is the year you start the dreaded college application process. Here's a round-up of helpful links designed to make the process less daunting. (Applying to College in 2012?
Universities have been warned they must increase their efforts to create a more diverse student population. Targets will be set for the number of disadvantaged students being admitted to degree courses.
A Younger Theatre (blog)Behind the Scenes: Applying to Drama SchoolA Younger Theatre (blog)The National Council of Drama Training states that “between only 2% and 10% of all the students who apply for a place at drama school actually succeed in...
UCAS Connect Allows Students to Blog About Their Higher Education JourneyYoung AcademicAs part of the Young Academic to all things UCAS, we can reveal that blogs detailing the ups and downs of applying to university, written by six teenagers from...
A couple of days ago UCAS released their year-to-date data for 2012 entry. Mark Leach has already pointed out that the year-on-year falls reported by certain media mainly tell us how strong applications were last year.
In addition, Offa has approved new access agreements for 10 further education colleges that are now planning to charge more than £6000 for some directly-funded higher education places. The universities and colleges must ...
UCAS admits private schools have edge with university applications ... Their discoveries have prompted proposals to reform the process which handles hundreds of thousands of higher education applications.
The GuardianUniversity applications from UK-born students fall 15%The GuardianThe number of UK-born students who have applied to start university next year has fallen by 15%, according to official figures from the university admissions service.
Telegraph.co.ukExam Reforms 'Could Force Students To Sit Three A-levels In A Day'Huffington Post UKChief executive of Cambridge Assessment Simon Lebus said key changes to the the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas), would put a huge...
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