If you want to go into higher education, there are lots of options available. As well as traditional degree programmes there are Foundation Degrees, which combine academic study with workplace learning. Another option is a work related qualification, like a Higher National Certificate (HNC) or Diploma (HND).
Many higher education courses take place in universities, but plenty are also taught at colleges, specialist art centres and agricultural colleges and can be taken either full-time or part-time.
Higher Education can open up new career options and research shows that people with higher education qualifications typically earn more money than those without and may have more job security.
Whatever your interests, the chances are you’ll find a course you’ll enjoy as there are such a wide range of subjects.
Whether you’re applying for a full-time, part-time or distance learning higher education course the UCAS website has lots of information to help you through the process.