Useful Links
Association of learning providers in Surrey can help provide information for anyone interested apprenticeships; work based learning and other vocational based training.

Careers Gateway (
A-Z of jobs with links to other UK websites.

i could (Inspiration for your career) (…)
Video case studies of people working in different roles and how they got there.

Careersbox: careers films on the web (
Video case studies of people working in different roles and how they got there.
Discover the exciting careers opportunities available in science, engineering and technology.

What uni? (
Guide to universities and courses with reviews from former students.

University Compare
A comprehensive university comparison site, offering students resources, tools, student discounts and university stats and rankings.

A website which tells you everything you need to know about Clearing and Adjustment and offers an app which allows you to speak to universities directly.

Uni Compare app
Download the Uni Compare app and see our service in action. Works for all smartphones.

University course search
Our unique course search allows you to see all of the different courses available for students and lets you instantly see the best course for you!

Grant Advisor (
Website helping students to find funding for courses.

UCAS – information on admissions tests (…)
Entry requirements including information on admissions tests information for HE students.

The Site: Studying (…)
Information on study skills, exams, etc.

Apprenticeships (
The NAS Search site to help find further information on apprenticeship. Once logged up Students are able to search apprenticeship vacancies by industry, location etc.

Access to Higher Education (…)
Access courses for those wishing to apply for HE but who do not have qualifications needed.

S-cool (…)
Support with revision

UK Gov: 16 to 19 Bursary Fund (…)
UK Government’s information on applying for the 16 to 19 bursary fund.

The Site: Post GCSE qualifications (…)
Find out more about the kinds of courses you can study after GCSEs.
Website designed to encourage 11-14 year old students to think about what interests and motivates them.