In recent years there has been a significant growth in the number of mature students taking up both online and classroom based courses. More and more people are studying for degrees after starting a career. There are a number of reasons for this, the primary one being the wide variety of options now available to help adult learners fit studying in with their lifestyle and career commitments. These days higher education is not just seen as the realm of young people, statistics prove this point, with an estimated 60 per cent of undergraduates in the UK being over the age of
Third-level courses for mature students
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Studying a degree at university, college, or a conservatoire. All the information you need to take your education to the next level. Not sure if uni or college is for you? Find out what else you can do. There are a number of different courses you could apply for, from foundation programmes to a full bachelor's degree with honours, with a number of different ways you can study.
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Mature undergraduate students
Being a mature student seems well, grown-up. But when are you classed as a mature student and does it make any sort of difference? Well the simple answer is yes — it can make a difference when with your application, where you might want to live and what types of funding you can access. Generally, a mature student is one who begins their undergraduate degree after the age of 21, and as a postgraduate student you will almost certainly be over the age of
Thinking of returning to education as a mature student? What is a mature student? What life and work experience can mature learners bring to the learning environment?