Undergraduate courses are becoming extremely popular within the UK. Adams, R. (2022) states that ‘The number of school-leavers applying for undergraduate courses starting in September increased by another 5% at the initial January deadline. The number of British 18-year-olds aiming to go to university directly from school continues to increase at a record pace, according to figures that show a surge in applications this year’. This is the perfect time to enrol onto an undergraduate course. A question that we frequently get at Mont Rose College is ‘How do I get the most out of my undergraduate course?’
Undergraduate courses regardless of the subject can be intense, time consuming and rigorous. It is imperative that you as a student take advantage of the university/college’s facilities that can not only enhance your student experience but ensure that you achieve the highest possible grades to increase the chances of employment after graduation.
One to One tutorials
Most colleges/universities offer one to one tutorials with lecturers to gain additional support in any area of difficulties you may be experiencing. You can book your allocated time through online services or email your teacher directly to arrange a time slot. Your friendly, devoted and experience lecturers will support and guide you through your academic journey.
Mont Rose College has a fantastic employability department that helps students in writing their CV’s, workshops, assisting in job searches, work experience placements and volunteering opportunities and preparing for interviews. For more information you can click on the following link: https://bit.ly/3BOn2mf
Mont Rose College has a modern, refurbished computer labs in each of their campuses that are available to all students. The fast Hi-speed broadband connections will ensure you get reliable, safe and fast internet access. In addition each of our campuses offers free Wi-Fi hotspots for students.
All campuses feature its own library facility that hold a variety of readings to help aid your studies to give you the highest possible chance of academic success. Students can borrow books from the college for a specific period of time. There is also an online library where students can borrow e-books, online journals and articles. You can find more information by clicking on the following link: https://bit.ly/3hFqBE
To ensure you get the maximum chance of academic success make sure you take an advantage of the facilities that your chosen college/university provides and never be scared to ask questions if you are struggling.
Adams, R. (2022). Rise in university applications from UK 18-year-olds, figures show. [online] the Guardian. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2022/feb/17/rise-in-university-applications-from-uk-18-year-olds-figures-show.