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HEPA Blog: 5 Personal Statement Resources to Use With Your Students

HEPA Blog: 5 Personal Statement Resources to Use With Your Students

Monday 5th November 2018

HEPA The Application Process

Part of our series of blogs from our Higher Education Progression Advisers. As most Year 13s considering university will be writing their personal statement this term, the Higher Education Progression Advisers (HEPAs) wanted to share some of the resources we use to support you in helping students with their personal statements, or to pass onto colleagues who are new to…

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Parent Blog: Lauren – The Application Process

Parent Blog: Lauren – The Application Process

Monday 18th June 2018

Parents The Application Process

Lauren has four children, three of which have attended University and the fourth is considering a degree or degree apprenticeship to start in 2019. The application stage can seem quite complicated but don’t worry because there will be plenty of experts on hand to help.  I took every opportunity to attend the Higher Education evenings offered by my children’s sixth…

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Parent Blog: Jennie - The Application Process

Parent Blog: Jennie – The Application Process

Tuesday 12th June 2018

Parents The Application Process

Jennie has two sons, the eldest is currently at Loughborough University, studying a sports coaching degree and the youngest son is working through his GCSEs. Once your son/daughter has narrowed it down to the place they want to study, then this is the time to make sure the course they want is the best one for them. As I previously…

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Parent Blog: Stella - The Application Process

Parent Blog: Stella – The Application Process

Tuesday 12th June 2018

Parents The Application Process

Stella has two daughters who both have degrees, one of which progressed via A levels onto University and the second completed an Open University degree after originally completing BTEC and A level qualifications. The application process can sometimes happen without you as a parent/carer realising it.  The main reason for this is not that your son/daughter are keeping things from…

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