Date(s) - 28/09/2017
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
North Bridge House School
This course has been designed to provide you with an understanding of how the UCAS undergraduate admissions system operates, including key dates, processes, resources, and any changes and updates.
The workshop will provide key information about the UCAS undergraduate admissions scheme and how Apply centers can best support their students submitting UCAS applications. It will provide an insight into common errors and explore ways in which these can be avoided or minimised in order to help applicants maximise their chances of success by making well informed, strong and ultimately successful applications that will support their future aspirations and ambitions.
We will also pay particular attention to supporting the writing of strong personal statements and the writing of effective references, both of which are likely to be of increasing importance in admissions processes over the next few years as qualifications reforms are imbedded and their impacts understood (and standard offer making is perhaps remodeled).
Interactive exercises, including the use of anonymised real life examples, will be utilised to help stimulate discussion and facilitate a deeper understanding of the current progression landscape and UK HE market.
Course tutor: Alan Jones, UCAS
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