The deadline for some art and design courses is 18:00 (UK time) on Saturday 24 March.
Undergraduate higher education is a world of fascinating subjects that help you reach new careers and higher earnings. With a huge range of courses available, it's important to research what's right for you. We’ll show you all the options – including the alternatives to university – to help you see the best way forward. Then, if you’d like to apply for a course, we’ll show you how
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If you’re thinking about uni it’s hard to know where to start gathering information for that important decision.
If you decide university or college is right for you, there's still a lot of decisions to make about locations and courses, so here are a few ideas to get you started with your research:
- Read about what to study and different types of course.
- Find out more at events and open days.
- Check when you should start your application.
- Learn how you can meet course entry requirements.
Flexible and part-time students
Mature students (over 21)
Students with individual needs
International and EU students
Parents of applicants
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