Aspirations Education (AE), an international career guidance and student placement service centre in Sri Lanka, recently participated in the UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) International Agents Knowledge Workshop in UK.
UCAS provides application services across a range of subject areas and modes of study for UK universities and colleges. More than half a million people who wish to study at a university or college in the UK use UCAS services each year.
UCAS provides an online application portal and application processing system where students can apply up to five UK universities of their choice where they wish to pursue their undergraduate studies. Aspirations Education is a UCAS registered career guidance centre and will guide Sri Lankan students to choose a proper undergraduate course at a reputed UK university of their choice and to submit their application through UCAS.
Aspirations Education helps students to secure a placement and will assist students throughout the application process including visa counselling. Aspirations Education will assist in visa applications free of charge from any university that Aspirations Education represents – The University of Sheffield, Queen Mary University of London, Brunel University, Robert Gordon University, Newcastle University, University of Liverpool, Coventry University, University of West London (formerly Thames Valley University), Nottingham Trent University, University of Sussex, Swansea University, Bucks New University. Students who missed the 2011 intake can apply for the 2012 intake; also students seeking entry to Medicine and Dentistry in 2012 must apply before 15 October 2011.