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Progression to Art and Design For Entry to University and College in 2012 by UCAS, GTI Media Ltd

Progression to Art and Design For Entry to University and College in 2012


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Progression to Art and Design For Entry to University and College in 2012 by UCAS, GTI Media Ltd

Helps applicants to research their options when applying to competitive subjects at UK universities and FE colleges. Apart from course listings, this book contains advice on applying through UCAS, routes to qualifications, case studies, career options and information on tariff.


'Very useful, informative guide covering a range of topics' '...clear and well organised...' 'Students enjoy looking through these!'adviser 'They (the Progression series) have been helpful to my students'

About the Author

UCAS is the organisation that manages more than half a million applications a year to UK universities and colleges. Its subsidiary, UCAS Media is also involved in commercial activities, including publishing. UCAS's unique position on the market and its unrivalled reputation ensures that students, their parents and advisers see our books written by professionals, as most accurate and definitive. UCAS has over 12,000 UK and overseas customers including trade, schools, colleges, careers offices, individuals, libraries and British Councils. UCAS publications cover all aspectsof entry into higher education, careers guidance, course information, entry requirements and the UCAS application process.

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Publication date

15th June 2011


UCAS, GTI Media Ltd

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University & College Admissions Service (UCAS)


399 pages


Advice on education
Higher & further education, tertiary education
The arts: general issues
Yearbooks, annuals, almanacs



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