“I’ve received an offer from Sussex and Nottingham!
Thank you for all your help with my personal statement.”
-Emily, Greene’s UCAS student, 2011
Every year, we support many applications to U.K. universities through UCAS. Our university advisers draw on their training and direct experience at a number of top U.K. universities to guide you through your university options and help you to submit applications that you are confident represent your ability and academic potential.
We can help you:
To arrange support for your UCAS application, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fundamentals of Greene’s UCAS application support
Choosing the right course: There are over 300 institutions of higher education in the U.K., which offer over 50,000 different courses between them. It is therefore important that you carefully research the options available to you. We will help you find courses that match your interests, career aspirations and talents whilst realistically taking into account your academic history and predicted grades.
Deciding where to study: There are many universities and colleges to choose from and Greene’s will help you make informed choices that meet your academic and personal requirements. All our students are kept informed regarding pre-university courses, presentations, and Open Days. We will encourage you to visit universities in your own time at weekends, half terms and holidays.
Admissions tests: Some universities require students to pass an admissions test as well as standard A level or I.B. qualifications when applying for courses in certain subjects. We will ensure that you are guided throughout this process and fully acquainted with the requirements of the tests.
Presentation of material: We will support you in completing your application and in presenting material such as personal statements, enabling you to make the most of your achievements and present the strongest case for yourself.
References: We will ensure that you have the fairest and most comprehensive reference possible, by liaising with teachers (past or present), current Greene’s tutors were relevant, employers and other individuals or organisations as appropriate. If you are on our Academic Support Programme your Personal Tutor is usually in a good position to give substantial input of their own to your UCAS reference.
On-going Review: Once your application is submitted you will start receiving responses from universities – and in the meantime your academic performance and ambitions may have evolved too. This all generates ongoing discussion with the Greene’s adviser, who can help you navigate your final university decision. You can seek advice and guidance at any point during the application process.
For a list of our fees, please visit our Fees page.