University Applications

Whilst at Weston College you can access a range of support to help you with your application for university. Throughout your level 3 programme you will participate in a series of tutorials including: an introduction to higher education and student finance; registering on UCAS and how to write a personal statement.

You can also access 1:1 information, advice and guidance appointments at any level to support with:

  • Researching your options
  • Completing your UCAS application
  • Writing your personal statement
  • Understanding and applying for student finance

Appointments can be made at all of our main campuses.

To enable parents/carers to support with the university and student finance applications, information evenings are held each year to provide the necessary information. Parents/carers of level 3, year one learners are invited to attend a Higher Education Information Evening which covers the benefits of higher education, student finance and alternative progression routes. In year 2 a targeted Student Finance Information Evening is held prior to student finance applications opening.

Useful Websites


Researching courses: Click here
Degree course comparison: Click here
Booking university open days: Click here
Finance Information: Click here

Current students

When you enrol as a Weston College learner you will have access to a wide range of information and resources through our online careers library - Careers Advice Team SharePoint. This is regularly updated and a go-to when thinking about your next steps.

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