Going to university or college is a big commitment, in both time and money, but by getting a degree you will be making a big investment in your future. It will increase your chances of getting a good job and improve your earning potential. For many young people will be your first taste of independence and an exciting opportunity to try new activities and meet new friends.
There are a wide range of options available to you at post-16, including A Levels, T Levels, Apprenticeships and BTEC. At post-18 you may wish to pursue a foundation and/or a bachelor’s degree or degree-level apprenticeship. Choosing the right pathway for you is what matters to us. Our Higher Education Champions are here to provide information and advice and we encourage you to explore different options.
Our partner institutions offer a wide range of courses that support your interests, whether this be in medicine, computer science, psychology, hair and beauty, business, fashion or the hundreds more courses available.
If you’re unsure about what pathway if right for you, get in touch with your local Higher Education Champion, visit a College or University Open Day and access of range of free resources that offer information and key dates concerning course applications and requirements.