Completing a UCAS form is not an easy task. Not only do you need to convince several different universities about your academic and personal brilliance, you also need to do this within a tight word limit.
You need to stand out from all the other applicants for all the right reasons yet make sure you don’t attract attention to yourself for the wrong reasons.
For many students, creating a personal statement for UCAS is a really daunting task, especially if you’re a mature student or a sciences student and haven’t written an essay recently.
I created Your UCAS Form to help students exactly like you, students who know they have so much to offer university and to gain from study but who do not want to fall at the first hurdle.
Brilliant if you:
This course is brilliant for anyone who needs to write a personal statement for their UCAS form but doesn’t know how.
You want to sell yourself to universities without sounding cringy or fake and you need to know that your statement is academically and linguistically accurate – because the one person you don’t want to make a mistake in front of is an admissions tutor!
A great UCAS statement can really make you shine – especially important for competative courses.
What you’ll study:
This is a practical course that focuses on creating an excellent personal statement for your UCAS form. You will need to already know what courses you are applying for and what the entry requirements for all of them are.
We’ll create a brilliant personal statement that shows the best of you in a way that feels real and authentic but doesn’t hide what you have to offer.
How you’ll study:
You will study with me either online or in my Leeds office. You will need to spend time drafting your statement between our sessions and time in the sessions clarifying your message and checking for absolute accuracy.
What you’ll need
You will need the dates and names of all your qualifications and work experience including any voluntary work and of any extra-curricular activities. You will need to know why you are suited to the course you are applying for and why the university should offer you a place.
Your time investment for this course is 3 hours contact time plus as much extra study time as you have available. The more time you can devote to your UCAS statement, the better it will be!
For your financial investement, please see the fees section here.