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For full-time courses and all Foundation Degree courses, search on the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) website

You can also use the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) website to check the entry requirements for different types of courses and different providers

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Unistats - includes the results of the latest National Student Survey. Look at this official website to help you make an informed choice about which UK university or college to apply to.

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Which? University offers an independent source of information and advice to help you find the right degree course and university.

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Whatuni is designed for teenage students looking for a university, with over 10,000 university reviews as well as articles and blogs written by and for students.

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For Open University (OU) courses, contact the OU directly. Full-time OU courses are not offered through UCAS.

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If you have no idea what you might like to study explore www.ukcoursefinder.com which has a subjects/interests questionnaire which provides degree subject suggestions based on your answers. You'll then be able to search for university courses relating to these subjects. This site also allows you to search courses by predicted UCAS points

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Search for courses near you, including short and part time courses through the hotcourses site.