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We always like to point our students in the direction of useful resources. These might be about your course, your future or support services that you can access.
Please check out the links below for just a few resources that might come in handy when you’re applying for or studying at our University Centre.
UCAS is where you can apply for many Higher Education courses across the country. You’ll need to apply for a number of our courses through UCAS, whereas other students who are progressing to a higher level of study (such as a degree) can find such courses and apply for them through UCAS.
If you need help financing your studies then you can apply for loans and grants through Student Finance England. This money can be used to pay your tuition fees or assist with the cost of living while you’re a student.
DSA grants are a form of financial support to cover any study-related costs that you might have because of a mental health issue, long-term illness or any other disability. This allowance can be on its own or in addition to any student finance you get.
HESA publishes a range of tables and charts on universities across the country. This data can be very valuable when making your decision about where you’d like to study Higher Education.
The NSS collects feedback from millions of students across the country about their experience at university. It’s great insight into which institutions are getting positive feedback and is also a good way to have your own say about your own experience in Higher Education.
Graduate Outcomes publishes information on the different routes that students progress to after finishing their course. It’s a helpful look at the current job market and the opportunities that could be available to you after your course.
When you become a student at our University Centre you’ll have access to deals and discounts from a range of big name brands. These offers can be used to save you money during your entire tenure as a student.
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