Speak to our experts to help you decide on your next steps
Come and see us at our campus event at Worcester. UCAS Discovery is a place to discover all your options, under one roof. We can help you discover traditional degrees, apprenticeships, careers and more.
What will you discover?
At UCAS Discovery, you can:
- chat to unis and colleges about their courses and uni life
- speak to employers and apprenticeship providers about what an apprenticeship is like and the options available
- listen to talks from experts in their fields
- get dedicated support from our UCAS experts about your options
Thu 14 March 2024 - 09:30 to 14:30
Find out what UCAS Discovery is all about.
There’s a whole host of things to do at UCAS Discovery. Visit our dedicated zones to explore:
- Unis and colleges: speak to hundreds of unis and colleges about subjects you’re interested in studying, and ask the questions you won’t find in a prospectus
- Apprenticeships and employers: get the lowdown from employers about their apprenticeship offering, and what it’s like to work in their industry
- Big Q&A stage: Listen to talks about subjects, careers, and get practical support with your application, finance, accommodation and more
“I knew she wanted to study an artsy subject and go into an art-based career. I always loved subjects like music and art, and going to UCAS Discovery and talking to all the people there about the options available helped me decide which course would be best for her. I’m now studying concept art for games and film at Staffordshire University.”
Before I went to the UCAS Discovery event, I had no idea what to do after Sixth Form. At the event, I spoke to a degree apprentice who told me about his experience. I was really excited by the concept of getting paid, on-the-job experience while also getting to study – it was then I decided I wanted to go down the apprenticeship route. I'm now an apprentice at IBM.
What's Discovery like?
of attendees in 2022 found a uni, college or employer they were interested in applying to
Will I enjoy it?
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