undergraduates enrol every year in universities in the UK
young people drop out of degree courses every year
students will leave university during their first year
The emergence of big data capabilities,
combined with new profiling and analysis techniques,
makes it possible to deliver a powerful new kind
of online utility.
First, to aid school, college, university or course selection
by providing access to a dynamic, interactive, hierarchical, intelligent and powerful, compatibility measurement tool.
Then, after course commencement,
to provide an ongoing capability for students
to monitor and enhance their own human capital potential.
A student drops out of university every
minutes of every single day
Government expects the value of outstanding student loans to reach over £100 billion by 2018.
In 2014, nearly half of employed recent graduates were in non-graduate roles.
A student’s requirements and personal profile data, provides a range of individualised criteria with which to interrogate myriad statistical information sources and data sets to aid decision making.
The decision making process is broken down to clusters of related components, organised into modules and structured into layers.
The two sides of the transaction are placed into corresponding pairs.
The top 5 things your child should do:
- Start research early – higher education
has a lot of options to choose from.
- Know the deadlines – for some courses
they need to apply almost a year in advance.
- Search for courses – something they would enjoy
or be interested in.
- Go to UCAS events and course provider open days –
speak with us or higher education staff.
- Check entry requirements – make sure
they can get the grades they need.
Complete University Guide:
Use the CUG Course Chooser tool
Search through over 100,000 courses
from more than 350 UK universities and colleges
Fill in at least one field to search the course database.
Click for entry requirements fees and much more.
“Research into the reasons why students
leave universities early in the course often finds that
choosing the wrong course was an important factor,
so it is crucial to do good research and decide carefully.”
The Complete University Guide
Complete University Guide:
Selecting the best possible course for you is a key decision to make, and often a challenging one.
- There can be intense competition for the most popular courses, and later for graduate jobs.
- Do you want to follow a course offering a clear career path?
- The same title of course will not be taught in the same way, or cover the same material, at every university offering it.
For a few people, choosing a course is simple: they have always wanted to be a brain surgeon or have always had a passion for geography, mountains and glaciers.
- For most, however, there is a bewildering variety of courses, many subjects that are not taught in school or college.
- To narrow down the thousands of courses what should you take into account?
- Discount courses you do not want to study and Universities you do not want to go to, the field narrows significantly.
Course selection structured by personality type: Foodie, Techie, Green fingered, Fashionista, Arty, Sporty, Future Einstein, Pampered, Dr Doolittle, Linguist, Media Mad, Business Brain.
If you’re thinking about taking an undergraduate course, you’ve probably already got prospectus after prospectus telling you which undergraduate courses you should go for. Before you start thinking about subjects though, have you thought about why you might want to choose an undergraduate course at all? Studying at undergraduate level can be very different to any learning you might have undertaken before so it’s worth asking yourself if a degree is definitely for you.
Browse Undergraduate courses and Degree courses:
So you know you want to go to uni’ but you don’t know which undergraduate course to take or which undergraduate courses are out there. From agriculture to zoology, browse a huge range of undergraduate subjects, right here.
Entry Assessment Level
Hobbies & Activities
Entry Status Level
Points range 614 – 160
Fees range £50,000 – £18,000
Type of institution/campus
Cost of living/accommodation
Utilise market segmentation techniques to increase choice relevance for prospects
Construct a suite of specialist support and diagnostic services
University profiles by alumni
Needs of the institution
Analyse factors and influences that drive motivations, needs and aspirations
Funded by borrowing
Funded by family
Funded by an award
Funded by part-time work
Devise a platform for precise financial planning and applications to access funding
The Learning Experience:
Traditional vs Contemporary
Size of community
Rural or urban
Refine peer to peer to prospect feedback capabilities
Return on Investment
Data Analysis Level