10 Things to know about A level results day and Clearing

August 10, 2015

According to UCAS, there are certain myths that circulate about results day and clearing EVERY YEAR! For this reason, they have compiled this handy list that helps to dispel those myths, allowing students to be armed with facts on what is bound to be a very eventful day! 1) Track does NOT update at midnight There is no point waiting for the stroke of midnight the night before. You will have absolutely no joy finding out about any of your applications before 8am on results day 2) You will NOT see your A level results in Track UCAS will not Continue Reading →

Don’t miss our UCAS day on Friday 12th June

May 22, 2015

For those studying at an A level college in London, it is important to make sure that guidance is given when it comes to the university applications process. The UCAS day in June is the perfect opportunity for year 12 students to gain access to information that will help them make some of their most important decisions. When Our UCAS day will take place on Friday 12th of June. It will start promptly at 10am, so students should aim to arrive between 9.30 and 9.45. The day is expected to end at about 4pm. Where It will take place at Continue Reading →

What are the benefits of studying medicine abroad?

March 27, 2015

It is no secret that UK medical schools can be hard to get into. For this reason, A level college students who are wishing to study medicine should consider looking further afield in order to gain their qualification. But are there any specific benefits to studying medicine abroad? The following article looks at what sixth form college students could gain from looking overseas to study medicine, and tackles some of the myths associated with international qualification recognition: A level college students in London – Medical Schools abroad

A level students to have easy access to European universities via UCAS

March 10, 2015

When it comes to opportunities to study abroad, A level college students in London and around the UK have more options than ever before. They can now fully embrace the idea of a ‘global education’, with applications to US universities showing considerable increase in recent years, in addition to many students opting to study in Europe. The following article looks at new plans to allow students access to European universities via the UCAS application system: UCAS to give A level college students in London easier access to European universities

Applying for universities in America

January 13, 2015

If you wish to study outside of the UK once you’ve finished your A levels, America is a really exciting option. The following article gives you all the information you’ll need, from the application form process to admissions tests: A level and Sixth Form College Students in London: Applications for American Universities

Are we on the road to more university admissions tests?

November 24, 2014

Proposed education reforms could make the process of applying to university a little more complicated. Students wishing to study medicine or law after A level college, expect to have to sit either a BMAT / UKCAT or LNAT as part of their application process. However, we could soon see more tests being used on a much wider scale. The following article outlines what students can expect when it comes to university admissions tests A level College Students in London: Admissions tests for university

Everything you need to know about Clearing

August 14, 2014

By understanding the process of Clearing, you increase your chances of finding a course that is right for you. Approximately 10% of all students who go to university each year find their courses through Clearing. What is Clearing? Clearing is a way for universities to fill places they have left over ahead of the new academic year. For students who are not holding any offers, this is their opportunity to find a university place. When is Clearing? Clearing commences on A level results day (Thursday 14th August) and continues until 20th September 2014. You can only apply through Clearing once Continue Reading →