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
There’s nothing wrong with having a long term plan. Even though you’re currently studying at an A level college, you should really have the rest of your life mapped out, right? Not necessarily… The following article from The Telegraph is written from the perspective of Pippa Smithers, who graduated from De Montfort University with a degree in English Language and Creative Writing. Pippa was unsure of what to do next, and if you are too, you may find her words useful! What to do, when you don’t know what to do with life – Pippa Smithers for The Telegraph
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
Open days are a great way to get a feel for your prospective university. They offer the perfect opportunity to have a look around and ask questions about your chosen courses. If you’re thinking about attending university in London, here is a list of upcoming open days. Birbeck Switchboard: 020 7631 6000 www.bbk.ac.uk Wednesday 4 February 2015: 4 – 7.30pm Tuesday 12 May 2015: 4 – 7.30pm Thursday 25 June 2015: 4 – 7.30pm Wednesday 9 September 2015: 4 – 7.30pm Tuesday 24 November 2015: 4 – 7.30pm University of Greenwich Switchboard: 020 8331 8000 http://www2.gre.ac.uk Saturday 21st February: – Continue Reading →
Choosing what to study after sixth form college can be very complicated. Should you opt to study something you are passionate about? Or should you look into options that present more realistic job prospects? Are you fortunate enough to have chosen a subject that ticks both boxes? Regardless of which predicament you find yourself in, this decision will be one of the biggest ones you will ever have to make.