In-school UCAS prep support
The University of Surrey provides free presentations to your sixth form or college students, their parents and your teachers on a variety of topics.
The presentations aim to give impartial advice about key aspects of the university application process. We are happy to combine presentation topics, organise subject specific sessions or deliver a bespoke session to suit your requirements.
The friendly UK and EU schools liaison team with more than 20 years of experience are happy to attend parents’ evenings, deliver teacher training sessions, attend school or college HE fairs and host schools/colleges on campus to get a real insight into student life at the University of Surrey.
If you have any further enquiries or would like to book a session please email email@example.com or call 01483 689902.
Why go to university?
Addresses common concerns that affect a student’s decision on applying to University and discusses the benefits of higher education in general.
Choosing a course/university
An outline of factors that students should consider when choosing a particular course or institution.
A guide to making the most out of the university experience, including what to expect in the first week, how to manage the workload, sports clubs and societies and money saving tips.
How to apply (UCAS)
A summary of how to apply through UCAS, including key deadlines and advice for early applicants.
Provides advice and guidance on what admissions tutors are looking for in a competitive personal statement including content and structure.
An overview of loans, grants, bursaries and scholarships available to students, with some tips on budgeting.
Making the most of a UCAS exhibition
With so many universities present as UCAS conventions, the event can be quite confusing without preparation. This presentation provides guidance on ensuring students make the most of the day.
Applying to competitive courses
What is the difference between a competitive course and a popular course? What do competitive universities look for when considering applications? This session also gives advice for early applicants.
Please contact the Recruitment team:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 01483 689902