The UniBox eBook spans 10 insightful chapters covering everything from university application essentials to myth-busting some seriously long-held HE beliefs.
Once downloaded, you can discover information on how to:
Advise students on how to make the right choice for their future.
Help students properly research and shortlist opportunities.
Ask the right questions, rather than broadly advise.
Decipher university league tables and show students how to do the same.
Give comprehensive tips on writing an effective personal statement.
Proactively guide students through Clearing & Adjustment.
Encourage students to understand the finance side of study.
Support students and parents leading up to the transition.
What we do
We’re more than just a ‘box’. We’re a unique hub of online resources, expert guidance and thoughtful commentary exclusivelyfor teachers and career advisers giving higher education advice. Our website is an open, impartial space for discussion, where you can ‘think inside the box’ and support educational colleagues across the UK.
Why we do it
UniBox is the brainchild of the University of East Anglia (UEA). Everything we do is driven by a powerful vision to guide young people toward understanding university opportunities and making a smooth transition from school. To do this, we actively support the UK’s teachers and career advisers with quality resources, advice from thought leaders and valuable commentary on managing the move to higher education. But we can’t do it alone…
How you can help
We wouldn’t dream of asking for your time or money; two things always in demand. What we will do instead is offer you something that is completely free + designed to save you time! The UniBox eBook: ‘Guiding your Students to University’ is available to download, print and share with students, parents and colleagues alike. We sincerely hope you find it useful, and if so – do spread the word :)
We welcome your questions, comments and guidance in helping to grow this site into a trusted space for teachers and educational professionals. Comment freely on our articles, connect with our cause on Twitter @the_UniBox, or join our network on LinkedIn.