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The official website for comparing UK higher education course data. It includes official data for undergraduate courses on each university and college's satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey, jobs and salaries after study and other key information for prospective students.

The Brilliant Club - University Access Scheme of Work

This scheme of work offers a fully-resourced series of lessons that provide pupils with an introduction to a number of the key factors they ought to consider when applying to university. The scheme of work has been designed to require as little preparation as possible for teachers other than a limited amount of photocopying. The main resource that pupils will need is the Course Handbook, which can be photocopied and given to pupils at the start of the first lesson. Every lesson includes a basic PowerPoint presentation and most also include additional handouts.

HE Skills Map (post 16)

The HE Skills Map is an interactive tool which will help you match your skills to the skills and standards required in higher level study. Use the information in Your Profile to find the best match between what you want with the type of study, place to study, type of course which will suit you best.


A free online 'student subject matching quiz' to get you started on finding the right course for you. Take a 5 minute self assessment quiz to receive a customised subject cloud and links to course listing pages.

The H.E. Handbook for Care Leavers

The Who Cares? Trust has created The H.E. Handbook for Care Leavers to give young people who are in or leaving care information about the support that is available at higher education institutions, and further education institutions that offer higher education courses, in England and Scotland.

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