Our Applying for University Course will help you navigate the different choices on offer, to help you make the right decisions for your university application. We will explore your strengths and interests to help you narrow down the university and subject right for you. Throughout the course you will be aided by expert advice and hear stories from other students who have gone through this process and have some lessons they want to share.
Planning Your Application
- Identifying key milestones
- Strategies for managing your time
- Identifying your personal values
Choosing Your Subject
- Considering different subject options
- Non-school subjects
- Researching different courses
- Reflecting on your decision-making process
Choosing a University
- English-speaking universities around the world
- Dispelling common myths
- Different types of UK universities
- Considering different factors
Applying for University – learning outcomes
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- plan for all the stages of your university application, whatever your timeframe
- juggle the demands of the application process without compromising on study time
- stay focused on the most important factors to approach your application in the most efficient way
- make decisions for your university and course choices based on your values
- have confidence that you have considered a wide range of options before making your choices
- understand your decision-making process and express your reasons for your choice.
As part of our rigorous safeguarding procedures, all EtonX tutors and staff have passed an enhanced DBS check and child safeguarding course.
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The minimum level of English required to participate in our courses is Upper Intermediate or B2 on the CEFR.
The course showed me that, no matter if it’s college, university or job applications, planning and organising ahead, as well as being clear about one’s values and priorities, is always helpful.Chloe, Applying for University, Hong Kong