UCR - University Centre Reaseheath
University Centre Reaseheath

Is your child going to university?

We know that there is a lot to think about if your child is planning on going to university, but there are lots of resources available to help you with the application journey.

At our recent Parents University Information Evening, our Dean of Higher Education and external speakers such as Higher Horizons and Student Finance England shared valuable information about applying to university, the benefits of gaining a degree and the funding options available.

If you couldn’t make the event, or if you want to catch up with anything from the evening, you can view all the presentations and watch the full recording using the links below:

People in Action - UCR-

Parents University Information Evening – full recording

To catch up with the full event and to be guided through the presentations below, the recording of our Parents University Information Evening is available to watch now.

Understanding what Student Finance means to you – by Student Finance England

Discover the financial support that is available to university students, when to apply for student finance and when you need to make repayments in this presentation from Student Finance England.

Guide to HE and Student Finance - by Higher Horizons

Understand what student finance is, how to receive financial support for university and what you have to pay for in this presentation from Higher Horizons.

The UCAS process - by Careers Advisor Helen Ball

Find out more about the UCAS application form, how to find the right course and how to write a personal statement in this presentation from Careers Advisor Helen Ball.

Should I go to University? Dean of HE Peter Greenall

Hear the benefits of gaining a degree and why studying at University Centre Reaseheath could be a great option for you in this presentation by Assistant Principal and Dean of Higher Education Peter Greenall.

Personal Statement Guide

To apply to study at a University, students will need to write a personal statement. You can view our useful guide here for advice.