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Advice Overview

Here you can find out about the help and support available for…

Careers

You can get help to explore your options if you are thinking of changing your career path.


Funding a course

Financial support is available towards the costs of some courses and for many students to cover other costs whilst they are studying.


Support for disabled learners

If you have a disability then you may be able to get extra support to ensure you can complete your course or training programme such as specialist equipment or extra time to complete assignments.


Childcare

The help available will depend on the age of your children, and other factors such as the type of course.


Caring

If you are a carer it’s important that you get the right support to enable you to make the most of studying.


Applying for a course with a criminal conviction

You may need to find out whether or not you need to declare any convictions you have.


Using your experience

You can use your skills, experience and knowledge achieved through previous learning or gained through employment or day to day life in support of your application for a course or to gain extra credit.


Study skills

Study skills are the different skills you need to succeed with your learning, which might include for example doing research or writing reports. You can get help to improve your study skills in a range of ways.


Non UK qualifications

You may need to know how any non-UK qualifications you have compare to UK qualifications or meet the entry requirements for courses.

Useful Links

Information about the advice services offered by:

National Careers Service

General information about entry requirements for HE or use the online course search tool and look at course entry profiles to get more detailed information:

UCAS