University’s own websites and prospectuses offer the most up to date information about the university.
This will include information about each of the courses, entry requirements, tuition fees and other funding that can be applied for within the university.
The university website with also provide useful links for students such as student support or student union.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Course booklets or course guides as some universities refer to them introduces Students to the University, as well as the range of courses the university offers. The course booklets also gives information on areas such as support services .Students after reading the course booklets will receive and an insight into life as a student at their chosen University.
Careers fairs provide you with the chance to meet employers face-to-face, to learn about current vacancies and opportunities available, and to market yourself to prospective employers or higher institutes of education you may wish to attend. Most fairs have several talks you can attend as well, about the sector and opportunities within it – and often the opportunity to get advice from professionals.
An open day is a great opportunity for students to uncover all the information they want to know about the courses available within the university. Also open days offer students a great opportunity to walk around the university and see firsthand the campus, student accommodation and travel routes.
Open days also give a great feel for the city that the university is based in, as many universities are situated closed to the city centers.
Social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook will have all the latest information and events going on within the university. Social media also offers the chance to get in contact with fellow students and maybe make a few friendships before starting at university.
Many students will also talk about their experiences at the university on the social media pages of the university like the school pages of the university E.G the school of engineering Facebook page. This will allow students to develop a more personal review of the university from the students who have attended the university.
UK courses and applications use the main website - UCAS - www.ucas.com
Republic of Ireland courses and applications visit the CAO website - www.cao.ie
For courses in Europe use a search engine. Alternatively, you can access www.studyineurope.eu
For information on courses in Holland and application information, the main website to use is Study in Holland - www.studyinholland.nl
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