Are you a mature student considering applying to university? Our guide will help you decide if it's the right step for you, and why you shouldn't be put off if you're uncertain. Although it may seem university is only for those who are 21 or under, these days this is far from the case, as more and more people are applying for higher education courses at any stage of their life. Mature students choose to study for a variety of reasons, for example they may want to change their career, improve their job prospects or just learn more about a subject they really enjoy. At some universities, mature students make up nearly half of all undergraduates. Universities and colleges always welcome mature undergraduates , as they are usually enthusiastic and often have a lot to contribute in class because of their extensive life skills and experience.
Mature Students: thinking about applying to university?
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