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£40.00 HIGHER EDUCATION TRAVEL CARD

The Next Steps SW £40.00 Travel Card is available to eligible students who have applied to university and have received an invitation to attend an interview or an Offer Holder/Applicant Day.

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What is UCAS Extra?

If you’ve used all five choices on your application, and you’re not holding any offers, you could still find a place using Extra – it’s free!

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Degrees of happiness: graduates report higher well-being

Graduates in the UK have a greater sense of personal well-being and life satisfaction than those without a higher education qualification, according to a study.

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As a teacher, here’s my advice if you didn’t get the A-level results you wanted today

This is a day charged with nervousness and worry and for those who don’t have the results they wanted it really can feel like the end of the world, especially when surrounded with peers who might be celebrating success.

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Future Mag January

This month’s Future magazine focuses on Degree Apprenticeships – what are they and how can you get one?

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Gary Neville: footballers’ ‘university’ will have credibility

A higher education institution being set up by ex-Manchester United footballers and Lancaster University will challenge “the idea that high performance just comes from wealth”…

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Hackfest 2017 delivers

Hackfest 2017 has delivered creative, digital making and enterprise skills to over 150 young people aged 14-19 across Devon this autumn.

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Your questions on student finance

Take a look at pages 26 – 27 in the November / December 2017  issue of Future Mag where our team answer questions on student finance.

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How important are personal statements today?

Giving yourself an identity is key to being successful in applying for higher education. You can do this easily by writing a unique and eye catching personal statement.

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MK Dons’ George Williams: how university saved my football career

The defender thought his dream was over when he was released by MK Dons as an 18-year-old, but it gave him the chance to experience student life instead before he came full circle and ended up back at his boyhood club.

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