Students Relaxing at Nottingham Trent University Halls of Residence.
Higher education often means going on to study further after your A levels, or equivalent at a University. University is not for everyone and whether you need to go to university or not, often depends on what you want your future career to be. For example if you wanted to be a teacher or investment banker, you will most likely need a university degree. Whereas if you would like to be a landcape gardener, builder or air hostess, then you needent go and incur the debt and costs associated with studying. These pages aim to help you decide whether or not university is for you, and if it is, which one? where? how much does it cost? how do I get in? what careers are there after university?
Student University Experiences
To read experiences of students who have been to university and read what advice they have for you, the pros and cons of uni and other useful info visit the student university experiences page here.
A-Z Guide to Universities and Colleges
The independent provides a useful tool to find out more info and reviews about universities and colleges across the UK. Just follow the link. http://www.independent.co.uk/student/into-university/az-uni-colleges/
Not sure what to study? Look no further...
If you are unsure of what degree subject may suit you, then have a browse through the independents guide. Follow link: http://www.independent.co.uk/student/into-university/az-degrees/
Money tips and advice for students going to university.
Money tips and advice from the BBC for students going to university. Ranging from what banks are offering, to how to finance your university life.
Student Debt around £25,000.
Students starting uni from 2010 can expect to end up with debts of £25,000. Therefore it is really worth considering if you wish to get that much in debt, which you have to pay back after graduating with your degree. Even if you drop out of uni, you still have to pay your debts!!