Presented by highly experienced officers in the UCAS Professional Development Team, and offered in locations of your choosing in the UK, we deliver seminars and keynote presentations at your event.
Highly visual presentation giving clear structure and guidance on the entire application and admissions process to HE.
Writing references and personal statements; strategies for making students discerning consumers of HE (how to undertake effective pre-application research utilising UCAS electronic services). Very useful as an induction for those new to pastoral care.
Advice for guidance and education liaison staff; proposed QA framework for recognising post-19 achievement; new age legislation implications; proposed introduction of a credit system.
A presentation on the purpose, background and best practice of writing a highly effective personal statement. Delivered with the authoritative voice of UCAS who have an informed position working at the centre of the higher education admissions process.
Overview of HE subject choice in art & design, the important role of art foundation programmes, portfolio compilation and interview process.
Demystifying current vocational qualifications. GCSEs and GCEs in applied subjects, BTEC/OCR Nationals, Diplomas, Foundation Degrees, Apprenticeships and NVQs and their value as a tool for HE progression.
A presentation covering the whole process of writing UCAS references from the unique viewpoint of UCAS presenters who have an informed position working at the centre of the higher education admissions process.
Admissions tests, interviews, impact of the A* and the provision of unit information.
One of our most popular topics. Get firsthand, the latest picture on admissions to HE and all the relevant updates on process, policy and best practice.
If you would like to request a speaker please contact the Professional Development Team on
01242 545712 or email@example.com.
UCAS operates as a not for profit organisation and it is necessary to work on the basis of cost recovery for all services. Travel, accommodation and subsistence will therefore be charged as follows plus VAT.