21st to 29th December 2020* from 10:00 - 12:00 GMT
An intensive week to learn how to make a successful UCAS application for UK universities. This course will improve your understanding to plan well and execute clearly mapped timelines and milestones for applying to the top 10 UK universities for courses starting in September 2021 or later. You will also receive advice on how to draft your Personal Statement, from structure to multi-draft feedback and how to secure your teacher's reference. You will learn about which universities interview potential students and how you can prepare for an interview.
This course is for you if you are 15 and over and would like to:
study at a top UK university
secure a place to study the degree programme of your choice
have a clear understanding of the timelines and deadlines for applying to a top UK university
learn about the entry requirements for the course of your choice
build upon your English language skills
develop an understanding of UCAS terminology.
Get ready for Uni @home delivers bespoke courses (maximum 4 students per group), so we can focus on individual students’ needs as well as integrating elements of peer teaching and self-directed learning, which are essential skills in higher education. Students will enjoy this stimulating and immersive online course of intensive learning.
The course covers:
UK Universities; which online portals are good to check the ranking of universities and how to understand ranking tables
how to research undergraduate degrees
The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
understanding the scope of undergraduate degrees and possible future careers linked to your first degree
developing peer teaching and self-directed learning skills
one-to-one session tailored around your learning needs
personal statements & teacher references
predicted grades; how to do this from a school outside the UK.
Our Methodology - Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
enhance your content knowledge in the area of science and medicine in general
understand culture and your role as a global citizen
identify your beliefs and values, so you can develop a reflective knowledge base
learn to appreciate how culture, trends, and ethics affect the area of medicine
develop your cognition and higher-order thinking skills (critical, logical, reflective, metacognitive, and creative thinking) to prepare for your future studies in medicine
work on your communication skills in the English language. Good communication is crucial in the field of medicine.
You will be given feedback on your personal and academic skills, your written work and practical application. You will be assessed on academic performance and attitude towards learning in lessons and this assessment will be documented in your weekly report. You will be given an A–D grade with A representing excellent effort and consistently positive attitude to learning and D representing unsatisfactory effort and achievement. We celebrate the individuality of our students and their achievement is benchmarked against their own ability and goals.
You will also receive detailed feedback on your choice of degree courses and your personal statement drafts. You will be able to ask for at least two further 1-2-1 sessions to complete your application, for the six months following the course.
Dates & Fees
21st to 29th December 2020 - lessons will be running on 21, 22, 23 and 28 and 29th December 2020
Fees: 750 GBP per course . Course includes over 25 hours of learning