Get ready to explore a world of possibilities. Whether you’ve already got an idea of what you want to do next, or you’re here for inspiration, today is your chance to get loads of research done and explore your options.

To help you find your path, here are our top tips for everything you need to explore today.

Your future starts here, so make the most of it!

1. Get inspired

Not sure what to do next? The Inspiration zone should be your first stop – open your mind to different paths and career routes with our inspirational video series.

2. Meet unis

Whether you think you’ve decided on your final five, or want to keep your options open, remember to visit as many unis as you can. With over 100 online in one place, this is your opportunity to compare your options, so make the most of it!

You never know, you might just discover your perfect course at a uni you’d not even considered. Ask questions, find out about specific courses, and watch campus tours to make sure you’re confident in your choices.

3. Discover careers

Think an apprenticeship might be for you? You won’t want to miss out on the Discover careers zone, where you can meet big brand employers and explore some of the exciting places that an apprenticeship could take you.

4. Watch live

What you decide to do next is a big decision. So, to help you, we’ve got live sessions from people like TV’s Dr Alex reflecting on his life decisions, Youtuber and Oxford student, Eve Bennett on her journey. Check out the live line-up so you can plan your visit.

5. Hear from real students

Want to hear from real students about why they chose a certain degree or an apprenticeship? We’ve got you covered in the Student voice zone, where you can get the trusted authentic advice you need.

6. Get support

Once you’ve narrowed down your options, it’s time to start thinking about your application. Your school will give you help and advice, but don’t miss out on the extras available in the Support zone – from personal statement advice, CV help, practical tips on handling money, and more. 

Why not start making notes and planning your visit in your own UCAS Hub?

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