Help Your Child Get The Best Student Accommodation 24th October 2018

If your child’s away at university, you want to make sure they get the best student house they can. But, it’s best to leave the choice up to them.

How To Talk To Your Child About Careers 17th October 2018

Even from a young age, it’s important for children to begin thinking about their careers and the world of work. Parents are a huge part of this careers discussion, and as parents, you can have a huge impact alongside the careers work that will occur in schools.

Understanding Your Child’s Visa Application 10th October 2018

If your child is moving to the UK to study, it’s vital that you understand the visa application process. Mistakes in the visa process may mean that your child misses their chance to study, so you’ll need to get it right.

5 Steps to Helping Your Child Research Careers 19th September 2018

Going to university has lots of benefits. It can help your child become more independent, develop social skills, expand their knowledge and develop advanced reasoning skills. But it’s also important that attending university helps your child build the career that they want. This means that it’s vital for your child to research careers before making decisions about whether to go to university and which courses to apply for.

3 Easy Ways to Stay in Touch With Your Child at University 17th September 2018

When your child is off to university for the first time, it can be an emotional time. While you want to let them have their freedom, you also want to stay involved and keep up with them. It can be a difficult transitional time for both you and your child, but if you keep calm and keep the lines of communication open, it can really help to make things easier.

Centigrade 1.10: Focusing on research 13th September 2018

We’ve been hard at work working on a range of updates aimed at improving the research experience within Centigrade, and we’re excited to announce these today.

UCAS Application Deadlines: Essential Dates for 2019 Entry 27th August 2018

Applying for university or college can be a stressful process. You need to pick your courses, get your personal statement written, sort out your references and get your UCAS application out on time.

5 Top Tips to Help you Manage your Money at University 20th August 2018

No matter your background, it can be difficult to understand your finances at university. With loans and maintenance grants all landing in one lump sum at the beginning of a term, it’s essential that you have a plan to keep track of your money. Read on to find out our 5 top tips for managing your money at university.

4 Things to Consider if you’re Thinking About a Degree Apprenticeship 13th August 2018

Degree apprenticeships are a new entry into the Higher Education space. In these programmes, you can get a full bachelor’s or master’s degree during an apprenticeship with a company. Here are four of our top tips to help you get the perfect degree apprenticeship.

Which University Should I Go To? The Complete Guide 24th July 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.