Three years (or four or five years for some degrees) is a long time when you’re potentially leaving home for the first time and committing yourself to a course, so it’s important to make the right decision about what and where to study.
Take a look at our top tips for picking the right course and filling in your UCAS form.
What to study
If you can’t decide which course to study, have a think about what you like studying now, or what you are naturally good at. This will give you a good chance of sticking at and really enjoying the course you choose to study at university.
Which are your favourite subjects at school/college?
If you have a real aptitude for English, maths or another subject you studied at school/college and want to learn more, then sometimes this is all the reason you might need to pick this as your degree subject.