At Schoolpedia we will provide you with independent advice on how to submit a high quality UCAS application. To start your application, take the first step and arrange your free consultation today. You can choose maximum 5 universities for your admission application via UCAS. The competition could be high for your chosen subject and only the best suitable candidates would be offered a place. Therefore, it is absolutely vital that you choose the right university, understand fully the UCAS process and follow the correct procedures when submitting your application.
Our experienced advisers will provide the following advice and support:
- Initial Consultation
- Creating your UCAS application
- Personal Statement
- On-going email and telephone support
- Interview Preparation
- Offers and Enrolment
Your assigned adviser will spend an hour with you, and your parents, in a face-to-face meeting to discuss your interests, academic achievements to date, and other factors which will ultimately influence your choice of degree course and University. Following this meeting, your adviser will draw up a shortlist of course/s and universities for you to consider. This information will be sent to you via email. Your adviser will be available via email or telephone for ongoing discussion until the final selection has been reached. Whilst your adviser will recommend the best fit for you in their opinion, you will make your own selection. The final selection will be made only from yourself.
Our experienced UCAS applications advisers will make sure that every student will receive the best possible service. After you will have made the final selection of of your chosen universities we will help you complete the UCAS application form and submit it on your behalf.
Your adviser will offer specialist advice and guidance with the writing of the ‘Personal Statement’. For many students this is the most difficult part of the application process, and it will may be necessary a number of drafts being emailed back and forth between you and your adviser. Please note that your adviser will not write your statement for you, but will advise about content, balance, focus and impact.
We will maintain regular contact with you throughout the whole application process, primarily via email, but also by telephone. A further face-to-face meeting can be arranged if required. This support will be available to you from the moment you contract Schoolpedia to your enrolment at University.
Many Universities do not interview candidates. However some, including Cambridge, Oxford, University College, London and Medical Schools, will normally invite suitably qualified applicants for interview. If you are invited to interview, we will assist you with your interview preparation.
Your adviser will remain available to you until you enrol at University. This will include advice on the offers your receive and your final selection of university through to receipt of your results, confirmation from your Universities, the use of the ‘Clearing’ process if required and then any issues you may encounter prior to enrolment.