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Help your students get into uni
From Ucas reference writing to entry requirements, course choices to Clearing, make sure your students have everything they need to successfully apply to university. Our quick guides and activities are packed with expert application tips and tricks.
Choose the right advanced-level subjects

Give your students the tools they need to make informed decisions about what subjects they might like to study after GCSEs.

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Clearing 2016: a step-by-step guide

Download and print your free copy of the Which? University five-step guide to Clearing right here.

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Entry requirements and alternatives to A-levels

BTECS, the IB, Access to HE courses... A-levels aren't the only qualification to take your students to university. Explore the...

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Showcase your skills and achievements

Get your students thinking about their key achievements and skills and ways to positively highlight these.

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Start researching degree courses

Introduce your students to Which? University tools for searching for degree courses with this video-led lesson activity.

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The Complete Guide to Oxbridge Applications

Are your students applying to Oxbridge? Our free, downloadable guide explains the process and what to expect in Oxford and Cambridge...

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The Getting Into Uni Guide

The road to university made clear - with this downloadable guide in collaboration with The Student Room.

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Ucas reference writing: a beginner’s guide

Are you a teacher writing a university Ucas reference for a student for the first time? Learn what you should include and how to...

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4 min read
Ucas reference writing: common challenges

Find the answers to the most common problems and questions teachers face when writing a Ucas university reference for a student.

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Ucas reference writing: writing a positive and tailored reference

How teachers can ensure they focus on the positives in Ucas references.

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4 min read