Did you know that around 24% of students drop out of their first degree as they felt it wasn’t appropriate? There is so much information about UKHE choices you’d think it would be easy to find the right degree but the choice is dazzling, university options are confusing and trying to decide on the right course with good job prospects in mind is mind-numbingly stressful!
I feel passionate about helping students reach their potential!
It’s important that students choose the right degree course at a university suited to their academic, social and pastoral needs.
From Architecture to Zoology, whether you want to study Medicine, Economics, Law, Drama, Music or Literature I can help identify the course to suit you. As an independent university specialist, a Member of the Society of Education Consultants and UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs), a UCAS adviser and a Student Member of the Institute of Careers Guidance I can advise on every institution in the Higher Education sector as well as a number of overseas universities.
My clients comprise of local students at state and private schools, expat students returning to the UK for their university education or international students from anywhere in the world. I currently work with Shell International expats based overseas as well as Russian, Malaysian, Indian and Middle Eastern nationals and Warwickshire based students.
My background in international student recruitment for the University of Warwick, with expertise of working with students, schools and universities in over 30 countries combined with my current experience taking a PG Dip in Career Guidance means that I have a wealth of information on degree courses and career paths for discerning students. As a member of UKCISA I receive the same training on Home/EU versus International Fees so can advise expat families on their likely fee status.
Specialties:Providing career advice and higher education counselling to UK overseas and UK students. Educational marketing and recruitment for academic departments and institutions.