“Fiona was a massive support and source of great advice throughout my UCAS application.”
Applying for university can be baffling, particularly if you or a family member has not done it before.
We offer UCAS support throughout every stage of the UCAS application process from help with choosing the right course, to making your five choices of university to support with planning your personal statement and interview practice.
There are a number of different options and programmes that you can choose from depending on where you are in the application process and what UCAS support you require.
A UCAS support programme of three sessions:
Support with choosing the course that is right for you, selecting your five university choices and thinking about and planning your personal statement and application.
A UCAS support programme of two sessions:
The two sessions could be used for planning your personal statement and application or choosing the course that is right for you.
Choosing the right course
Making the right five choices
Advice and support on writing a personal statement
Oxbridge, medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine applications
Applying for Medicine:
We support students in applying for Medicine. Medicine is one of the most competitive courses and we will help you to choose the medicine course that will suit your strengths as well as supporting you in making a successful application. We also support students in preparing for interviews and offer interview practice.
Read about what our parents and students say about supporting with applications for Medicine.
Applying for Oxbridge:
We support students in applying for Oxbridge. The support includes choosing the right course, knowing the admission procedures, planning the application and preparing for interview as well as offering interview practice.
Read what our parents and students say about supporting with applications for Oxbridge.
Single bespoke sessions:
We offer single bespoke sessions for UCAS support if there is one area that needs addressing, for example choosing which medical schools to apply to or choosing the right course.
Aimed at Post 16 students
It requires a commitment from the student to attend three sessions with email correspondence between the sessions.
Number of Sessions
Three sessions with each one lasting approximately one hour. Four sessions if interview practice included with fourth session lasting approximately ninety minutes.
A parent or guardian is required to attend the first session with the student. After that it is up to the parent or guardian whether they wish to accompany the student to their subsequent sessions. However, all correspondence is carried out through the parent or guardian. This also applies to the remote sessions.