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Here your students can find all the information they need to make the crucial decision about where to study.   


Students are able to explore the different types of universities, compare universities, explore the student experience, use the profiles section to research what each university has to offer and find out how to prepare for open day visits.   There are also specialist sections on Oxbridge and the Russell Group.

Choosing the right type of university is an important decision.   


This section allows students to explore the different options.


This section contains everything a student will need to compare universities.


They have access to information about student satisfaction, teaching quality, research quality, degree results, graduate employment, the quality of student life, the cost of living and extracurricular activities. 


There are detailed profiles for each of the top 125 universities. 


Your students can access performance data, the university website, information about accommodation and details of scholarships/bursaries.   They can also find out what current students think of each university and what it is like to live in the city or town. 


In the example above students can access information about the University of Cambridge by opening each of the resources. 


This section provides students with an insight into what university life is like.   


They are able to read student reviews, explore the city guides, find out the social life and engage with student discussion forums.  


This section is packed with up-to-date information and advice for undergraduate applicants.    


It provides your students with access to the resources they need to excel at every stage of the Oxbridge admissions process.


Here they will find examples of successful Oxbridge personal statements, a breakdown of frequently asked questions and advice on entrance exams.

This section helps student to find out more about the  24 universities that make up the Russell Group. It contains a lot of information to help them make a decision about whether a Russell Group university is the right option.


There are profiles for each of the universities in the Russell Group.


Students can use this section to consider the pros and cons of different locations and begin to understand why a university’s location can make a huge difference to what they get out of university life.


There is an introduction, interactive maps and advice from students.


This is the definitive guide to university events providing students with the opportunity to experience higher education before they decide on where to apply.   It explains how open days are an invaluable opportunity for students to 'get a feel' for the place.   


With more than 1,000 events taking place throughout the UK, applicants can use the search applications to plan their research/prepare for their visit to a university.   Additional information includes listings of taster courses and UCAS conventions.