University isn’t necessarily for everyone, and there are many avenues that can lead to success. With the rise in tuition fees more students than ever are considering the alternatives. It really depends on you, where your interests lie, and what your career ambitions are (there are some professions that still require a degree).

A university education is much more than the qualification you get at the end. Adapting to life at university is one of the most rewarding challenges you will ever face. Whatever subject you decide to study, going to university will equip you with skills that you can apply to your academic work, your career and in your personal life.

The chance to nurture an academic passion over several years guided by an expert in that field, while simultaneously enjoying independence, extracurricular activities and new friends is not to be easily overlooked.

Is it right for you?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you enjoy studying?
  • Do you have an area of interest you want to pursue?
  • Does the idea of studying in an environment with experts and excellent resources appeal to you?
  • Do you want the opportunity to study, and even live, independently?
  • Does the career you have in mind require you to get a degree?
  • Are you still unsure what you want to do as a career and need more time to figure it out?
  • Do you want an internationally recognised qualification?
  • Do you want the chance to earn more, on average, then non-graduates?
  • Do you like the idea of meeting hundreds, or even thousands, of like-minded people in a campus environment?
  • Are you ready for the world of work?

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