How to write a CV
Both Unifrog and dedicated tutorial sessions help students learn the techniques to write the best CV possible to stand out from the crowd.
Going through the process of completing a UCAS application form is a transferable skill and equips students with the experience of promoting themselves in the best way in any given application situation.
More dedicated tutorials explore interview techniques with the students and one-to-one sessions with tutors can be used to prepare students individually for university, apprenticeship and job interviews.
Tutors are able to guide students through the specific entry requirements for chosen courses, and will also discuss bespoke entry requirement offers that come from successful UCAS applications. Tutors and students then set goals to achieve their target grades.
Delivering an apt, powerful and memorable personal statement for a UCAS application is also a transferable skill for future applications for jobs and courses. Self-promotion in the correct way is a technique that is perfected with help from the College's expert tutors.
The College encourages every student to complete a UCAS application for university places. Not only does the process offer valuable transferable skills but it also gives each student the broadest possible base of options for when they finish their time at the College.