A collection of resources and links from the Association for Science Education, with resources for both Primary and 11-19 learners. There are also occasional webinars and CPD opportunities.
Information regarding the Nancy Rothwell Award, which celebrates specimen drawing in schools and highlights the benefits of combining art and science.
The Scholarship Hub provide information about the cost of being a student and also direct you to additional funding sources that you can access as a student.
In this podcast series, UniTasterDays will be providing listeners with the cutting edge and most up-to-date information and conversations about university. In plain English, without the jargon, and from the lived experience of everyone involved in the process – including guest experts, current students and recent graduates.
Free coding and STEM courses for teachers, with resources and activities to provide for students.
Following an extensive review of the UCAS Undergraduate reference the requirements will be changing for 2024 entry. UCAS outline these in their helpful guide.
All the information you need about changes UCAS are making to 2024 undergraduate applications.
Everything you need to prepare for the 2023 application cycle – all in one place! To help you support and guide your students, UCAS have developed this toolkit to share key information about higher education and the UCAS application process. It contains a wide range of resources, which can be used together or as part of a programme, as well as materials to share with colleagues and parents.
An operational guide for all teachers, advisers, and agents who help undergraduate students apply to study in the UK, as a UCAS registered centre.
UCAS host a range of free webinars which cover a range of topics to help teachers and advisers.
Keep up to date with the UCAS application cycle and see all of the key dates and information for teachers and advisers in one place.
It can be difficult deciding the career you might like in the future so UCAS have created their career quiz which matches you to careers that may interest you and also shows you what students studying the same qualifications as you have gone on to do!
If you’re investigating future options and careers the UCAS careers quiz can be a great starting point, as it showcases students a range of career options based on their interests and current subjects studied.