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University applications

There’s still time to find a place at a university or college this year - just remember the 30 June deadline. That’s the message from UCAS, the organisation responsible for managing applications to higher education in the UK.

Empowering & educating young people

The Green Party congratulates students taking part in the #Demo2012 protest against the loss of their Education Maintenance Allowance, the rise in university tuition fees, and the failure to provide employment opportunities for young people entering the w

StartUp Britain tour

The campaign’s double-decker bus will visit 40 universities and further education colleges across the UK, carrying a team of business experts, mentors, authors and entrepreneurs to get face-to-face with the increasing number of young people hoping to set

Top tips from UCAS

Applying to university or college next year? Read these top dos and dont's by Cathy Gilbert, Director of Customer Strategy at UCAS

Offering placements make business sense

Industry placements benefit not only university students by exposing them to real life working scenarios, but equally benefit the host organisation who has the opportunity to select eager individuals from an emerging talent pool.

Silverstone Study Centre

The Silverstone Study Centre utilises its unique setting and motor sports-themed, interactive environment to promote motivation and development throughout primary and secondary education, up to and including Sixth Form level.

Questions about starting university

What is Freshers’ Week really like? How do I write a personal statement that won’t let me down? Which university course should I choose? For help with all these questions, try watching UCAStv.

UCAS clearing update

425,487applicants have been placed in universities and colleges throughout the UK. This is up by 10,416 applicants on this time last year.

Driving instructor jobs

Traditionally, to become a driving instructor costs in excess of £2500, but SmartDriving have launched a revolutionary new iCourse for just £649 –cheaper than a new TV!

Young Apprenticeship programme

The Government will be withdrawing funding from the Young Apprenticeship programme. 100% of employers thought that the Young Apprenticeship provided a good starting point for those wanting to work in the sport and active leisure sector.