EDUCATION: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GETTING INTO HIGHER EDUCATION
Thursday 16 September 1999
Why higher education?
The importance of higher education, the range of institutions and courses, and the grades you'll need to get in.
How to apply
How to choose the right course and establishment, and how to fill in the Ucas form to make the right impression.
What life as a student will cost, and how to survive on a limited budget.
How to keep body and soul together for three or more years.
The skills you'll need to make the grade.
The benefits of taking a year off before starting out on your higher education course.
It is never too late to consider going to college.
How to apply for work after graduating and where to start.
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