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All the information you need to take your education to the next level.
Not sure if uni or college is for you? Find out what else you can do. Typically, this will mean students who are over 21 years of age at the beginning of their undergraduate studies, or over 25 years of age at the beginning of their postgraduate studies. Mature students often balance their studies alongside work or caring responsibilities.
Some mature students may have few or no qualifications, and may be taking Access to HE diploma courses, or enrolling on their first degree course based on their work or life experiences. Others may be returning to do a postgraduate qualification or a degree in a new subject area as part of their career progression.
There are many ways you can experience higher education. Around a third of undergraduates are mature students — of all ages and backgrounds. For full-time coursesyou do all your research and apply for courses online through the UCAS website. For flexible and part-time coursesyou would apply directly to the universities and colleges. Speak to students like Lizz on Unibuddy. Ask me about my returning to study as a mature student, how I found the time to study around my family responsibilities, and anything else uni related you can think of! Yes No. Skip. Find out your options and start planning your next steps Explore subjects and careers.
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What's on this ? Who are mature students? Studying as a mature student How to get into higher education Tips and advice for mature applicants Speak to current students about their experiences. Isobel Dunbar. Izzy Dunbar 'Learning is a continuous journey' — Izzy's life has been transformed by education. Alan Markland.
Alan Markland 'Life has become more satisfying' — Alan overcame tough personal problems and found his voice at university. Studying as a mature student There are many ways you can experience higher education. Explore a subject you find interesting or rewarding. Progress your career by increasing your skills and knowledge. Change direction to take on a new challenge.
Najib Rasooli. Najib Rasooli 'Education was the only way to survive' — Najib fled Afghanistan at 15; higher education gave him strength and direction in the face of adversity. How to get into higher education For full-time coursesyou do all your research and apply for courses online through the UCAS website.
Don't worry about whether you are qualified to study at university level yet — your original education or work experience may be enough, and if not, there are Access courses you can complete to gain entry. Amanda Scales.
Tips and advice for mature applicants Take a look at our tips for mature students: Preparing for study as a mature student — student support Preparing for study as a mature student — choosing where to study Preparing for study as a mature student — your qualifications Student Mature women College for mature students Coping with financial difficulty as a mature student References for mature students Writing a reference for a mature student The application process for mature students Getting ready to start your course.
Elle Boag. Speak to current students about their experiences Speak to students like Lizz on Unibuddy Ask me about my returning to study as a mature student, how I found the time to study around my family responsibilities, and anything else uni related you can think of! Ged Bretherton. Ged Bretherton 'I wanted to prove something to myself' — Ged's experience working for his union prompted him to get back into education. Was this helpful? Share this.
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Distance learning and part-time study Higher education courses can be studied in flexible ways. There are different study types, work combinations, and part-time options. Sponsored articles.Mature women College
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