University is expensive, with the average costs reaching as high as £40,000 depending on your situation. As such, you need to make sure that you choose the education establishment that’s right for you.
To help, I’ve put together a list of factors you need to consider before you shortlist universities and start applying.
Cost is a crucial factor, as you will be saddled with substantial debt when you take on a university degree. If you’re a UK citizen studying here, then the costs are set, but for international universities, you could end up paying more. You also need to check out the bursaries and scholarships that your university offers, to see if you are eligible to get extra funding for your education.
University league tables show you how prestigious each establishment is, as well as whether it provides a satisfactory university experience. Find out how your shortlisted universities stack up against other establishments so that you can choose one that will enhance your CV and boost your job prospects in the future.
Making a choice can be tough, especially one as crucial as which university to attend. I hope this article has helped you to make the best choice for you and that you enjoy a great university experience.