UCAS

UCAS is an independent charity providing information, advice, and admissions services to inspire and facilitate educational progression. Our services support young people making choices after their GCSEs, as well as those applying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
UCAS’ vision is to be at the heart of connecting people to higher education aiming to be in a position to provide more and better services to learners and those who support them, to ensure that universities and colleges can efficiently recruit and select the students they want, and to support others who have a stake in developing the benefits of our unique national asset – a single, fair, transparent service that supports progression to higher education.

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Smart Choices: Broadening Your Horizons (FutureLearn)

Nov 6th 2017
 Smart Choices: Broadening Your Horizons (FutureLearn)
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A free online course from UCAS to help students understand the wealth of UK higher education opportunities open to them. This course has been designed by UCAS to help you better understand the study and training opportunities open to you. The wide range of subjects, universities, and options available [...]
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Smart Advice: Broadening Your Students’ Horizons (FutureLearn)

Oct 23rd 2017
Smart Advice: Broadening Your Students’ Horizons (FutureLearn)
Free Course
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A free online course from UCAS, to help advisers understand the wealth of UK higher education opportunities open to students. Whether you are working as an adviser in a UK school or college or in an international setting, you have a critically important role to perform – your advice [...]
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Smart Advice: Broadening Your Students' Horizons (FutureLearn)

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 Smart Advice: Broadening Your Students' Horizons (FutureLearn)
Free Course
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Effort
Languages
A free online course from UCAS, to help advisers understand the wealth of UK higher education opportunities open to students. Whether you are working as an adviser in a UK school or college or in an international setting, you have a critically important role to perform – your advice [...]
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