Welcome to Which? University, a new website designed to help students make more informed decisions about their higher education choices. It’s free, independent and takes no advertising – and it’s brought to you by the people at Which?.
At a glance, we’ve got:
- easy search by predicted grades of more than 30,000 full-time and part-time degree courses listed on UCAS
- profiles of almost 300 different UK universities and colleges
- advice to help you get there, written by students, careers advisers and other experts.
More than course facts and figures
We've brought together a wealth of information that exists about full-time and part-time undergraduate courses, including the Guardian and Times league tables, official employment and satisfaction statistics and UCAS course information. Crucially we’re also explaining what it all means.
That means being able to see at a glance whether student satisfaction, graduate employment rates and salaries are high, medium or low and finding out more about the course itself (and whether you want to commit the next few years to studying it).
If you find a course you like the look of, hit Save – when you’ve shortlisted a few options you can compare them like-for-like with our nifty comparison tables.
Picture yourself at a uni or college
It’s not just about finding the right course – you also need know the institution you choose is the right fit for you, too. To help you explore your options, our profiles of universities and colleges offering degree courses feature exclusive real-life student views, exclusive student union content (thanks to our partnership with NUS), photos, key stats and more.
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Our advice articles are written by careers advisers, university experts and current students covering popular topics that will help you find, apply and get the place you want – from what admissions tutors are really looking for from your personal statements, to straightforward advice on student fees and finance, open days and maximising your graduate prospects.