Your passport to success
Shattering myths about university life.
Until you’re 16, you have to study a broad set of subjects at GCSE level – and you’re expected to do well in as many of them as possible.
- Your passport to success
- Myth busting
- How far will you go
- What’s stopping you
- What can you study & A-Z salary guide
- Are you worried about money?
- How to apply to university
- Five ways to choose the right university
- Applying via UCAS
- Your next steps
- Start your journey
But when you’ve finished your GCSEs, you have a great opportunity to focus your career on doing something you really enjoy.
There are all sorts of careers and job roles to aim for at college and university, including Your passport to success business and finance, healthcare, engineering, public services, sport, film
and TV, construction, teaching, medicine, dentistry, travel, events management, law, design,
music, entertainment and the media.
Enrolling at college, starting an apprenticeship or getting a university education is not just about studying. It’s about honing your talents and skills, making contacts, building confidence and being taught by people who’ve reached the top in their industry.
You may be surprised to know you can get a university education, without actually going to a
We’ve produced this guide to help you understand the endless opportunities available to you.