Higher Education Myth Busting
Our student ambassadors and careers advisors Sanna and Amy talk you though and BUST some common myths surrounding Higher Education such as:
- If I go to University, I won’t make any friends
- You have to be rich to go to University
- University is only for people who are academic
- You have to move away from home to study at University
Career prospects by sector
These helpful booklets show you career prospects by sector - check them out
The engineering sector includes a wide range of organisations, work-fields and industries.
People who work in construction help to shape the world around them. They create the infrastructure that supports towns and cities. The infrastructure could be roads, bridges and railways or a facility such a business offices, home,schools or hospitals. It is an industry that never stands still.
The agriculture industry is one of the most vital sectors in our society.
The renewable energy industry focuses on renewable energy technologies including fuel sources such as biomass, hydro, marine, solar, wave and wind and plays a crucial role in the strategy to reduce carbon emissions.
Health & Social Care
The Health and Social Care sector includes any person or any organisation who provides healthcare support to people.
The visitor economy is made up of the tourism, hospitality and event industries.
This means the sector includes all job roles in accommodation services, food and beverage services, travel, sport and recreation, visitor attractions and conference services.
Here are a range of guides for students with a health condition, mental health condition, disability or specific learning difficulty who are considering higher education.
Support for disabled students at University
This booklet explains the key things you should know about how universities support disabled students.
Ready to study?
A guide for students with a health condition, mental health condition, disability or learning difficulty considering higher education.
UCAS Hub student packs
These short self-led tasks take students through the early uni research stages, encouraging them to explore their options on ucas.com and in more depth in the UCAS Hub.