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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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Targeted, collaborative, local: NCOP is showing signs of success after one year!

Chris Millward, Director for Fair Access and Participation, explains why the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) is already showing signs of encouraging access and participation amongst young learners.

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UCAS deadlines and key application dates

Did you know that if you received an offer by 31 March 2018, you must reply  by 02 May, otherwise you’ll be declined.  Find out more about about key deadlines and dates here.

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DO WHAT YOU LOVE AND MAKE IT COUNT

Academic achievements aren’t the only thing admissions tutors are looking for; what you do in your spare time says so much about you.

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REVEALED: What’s the Average Graduate Salary in the UK for 2018?

Graduate recruitment experts, share their insights into what graduates can expect to be earning in 2018.

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REVEALED: The best subjects to study at university if you want to get rich

New research has revealed the most lucrative subjects to study at university in order to get the highest paying salaries.

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Commuter students: how to survive studying from home

Students share tips on how to get through university while living at home and commuting to campus.

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England’s new access tsar puts focus on student success

English universities must improve their efforts to ensure that under-represented students are able to progress and succeed even after being accepted on to courses, the new director for fair access and participation has urged.

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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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