The "Guardian" University Guide 2010
Which university should I apply for? What are the courses on offer? When will I need to start filling out my application? How much will my degree cost? If you're thinking of applying to university and have more questions than answers, then this is the book for you. It contains profiles of more than 150 universities and higher education colleges. It features unique Guardian subject ratings that take into account data from the National Student Survey so that you can consider not only what results the institutions get but also what students think of their time there. It includes no-nonsense advice on the whole process, from requesting your first prospectus to meeting UCAS deadlines. It presents a fully updated chapter on finance, along with details of all the bursaries and awards available at each institution. Compiled by the team from the Guardian's highly regarded 'Education' section, this new edition of "The Guardian University Guide" contains more information than ever before and is guaranteed to help you find the right course at the right university.
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 152 x 232 x 34mm | 639.56g
- 11 Aug 2009
- Guardian Books
- London, United Kingdom
Alice Wignall regularly contributes to the Guardian's 'Work' pages, and is editor of The Guardian Postrgraduate Guide.