Which University Should I Go To? The Complete Guide 10th August 2018

So, you know which course area you want to study. Whether you want to study Philosophy or Chemistry, there’s lots of universities to choose from. But how do you find the ideal one for you? It’s important to carry out research, but you need to make sure you’re making decisions based on the right information. Read on to find out the top things that you’ll want to consider when choosing your university.

How to Help your Children Financially at University: The Ultimate Guide to Fees, Grants and Budgets 17th July 2018

University can be expensive. It’s important to know exactly what your options are in terms of funding and to make sure you know how much it’s going to cost. Our guide to fees, grants and budgets has all the information you’ll need on loans and how they’re repaid, as well as scholarships and bursaries, and more.

4 Tips if you're Coming to Study in the UK 11th July 2018

Making the decision to move to another country to study is not easy. It can be stressful and isolating, and culture shock can be difficult to manage. However, there are lots of opportunities to enjoy your time studying in the UK.

In Clearing/Adjustment? Here’s how Centigrade can help 2nd July 2018

If your results aren’t what you expected on results day, you’ll usually go through either Clearing or Adjustment. This can be a stressful time – but don’t worry, a little bit of research will go a long way. Make sure you’re prepared for whatever happens come results day.

The 11 EU Countries Where you can Study Abroad for Free 18th June 2018

If you’re thinking about studying abroad, one of the things that might be worrying you is the cost. With the cost of studying in the UK rising, lots of prospective students are looking at options for studying abroad. Read on to find out which locations offer free courses to UK students.

5 Tips for Choosing the Right University 3rd June 2018

​Choosing the right university is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. For most students, their time at university is looked back on fondly, and this is all down to picking the right one.

10 Things your University Should do to Kick-Start your Career 15th May 2018

One of the most important things to consider when you’re choosing where to study at university is how much they will help you in starting your career. It’s not just about the figures – you want to see the real ways an institution can help you get your dream graduate job.

6 Tips to Help You Write Your University Personal Statement 9th April 2018

Personal statements can be crucial to your application and are often tricky to write. But don’t worry – we’ve put together some tips to help you avoid common mistakes and create a winning personal statement.

How to Help Your Child Make the Most of a University Open Day 28th March 2018

Open days are when universities open their doors to prospective students to give them a taste of what it’s like to live and study there. A university open day will usually involve accommodation and facility tours, talks about courses and the opportunity to meet current students and staff.

Applying for University? Here’s how Centigrade can help you 20th March 2018

If you’re applying for university, you’ll know it’s not an easy time. It’s natural to feel stressed or unsure about the application process. The choices you make now can have a huge impact on your education, and on your life. But you can make the whole process a lot easier by using Centigrade.

Why do Students Study Abroad? Here are 5 Great Reasons 15th March 2018

Every year, tens of thousands of UK students study abroad. And there are plenty of opportunities to do so. With many UK courses offering years or semesters abroad and foreign universities accepting UK students for whole courses, you can now study in almost any country you like.

3 Vital Steps to Help You Pick the Right University Course 11th March 2018

Picking a university course can be quite a daunting task. There are so many to choose from, in the UK and abroad. Plus, making big decisions about your future can be difficult if you haven’t got a specific career in mind.