We have produced a series of short films to help you as you begin your journey towards applying to university. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us via our UniBuddy profiles or attend one of our live webinar sessions.
Introduction To HE
Find out how progressing to university can benefit you and your career with this video from Newman University.
This short film is a great introduction to Higher Education, outlining the benefits of studying at university, how to research and choose a course effectively, the importance of careful consideration of the entry requirements for various courses and an overview of the student finance system.
How To Make A Successful UCAS Application
This short film provides a detailed breakdown how applicants should complete their UCAS application form in order to give them the best chance of being accepted onto their course. The presentation covers an overview of the UCAS application process, guided walkthroughs of the application, do’s and don’ts for the different sections, how to write an effective personal statement, and what happens once the application has been sent.
How To Write An Effective Personal Statement
The short film provides students with an overview on what admissions tutors are looking for from a Personal Statement, including hints and tips on how to write the most effective statement. Students will leave the video ready to get writing their statement and to produce their first draft.
Find out more about the Student Finance application process and what you need to be doing NOW!
This film covers the various support packages available to students in order to fund their time at university, including tuition fees, maintenance loans, bursaries and scholarships. It also covers the application process, repayment process and top tips to make the most of your money whilst at university.
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