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The importance of Higher Education

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1 CHFS LS Mise en Scene Music youthful music Ninthujah: Hi my name is Ninthujah, and I am here today to find out why Presenter, Voice over
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you should go to University in order to get a better Future.

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10 MS Static 3. What is your purpose to go to University? Presenter
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Hearing from these students views, I have found out that, Higher education
is about taking your education to the next level: learning new things and
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displayed Level A higher education qualification could help you take charge of your future by
building skills and confidence and opening up new opportunities - whatever
stage of life you're at. Even if no one else you know is thinking about going
into higher education, it could still be the right choice for you
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Eye Why should you study A'levels? Is it because it gives you more
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17 CHFS Static Headteachers: Response…… Interviewee
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Eye Voice over on Graphics Steps: When applying to Universities, what is the
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Voice over,Graphics on blank screen: Before making a final decision on your
Eye application, it’s worth checking information on universities, colleges and
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website.
Ninthujah: Now looking at what people have said about post 16 education, I
have found out that in order to go to University, you need to have good
Eye Panning and qualifications from College or A'levels. Also looking at the information that
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to university. this is because the job market is highly competitve, employers
want more highly educated staff.
Voice over: Earlier on, you have seen people showing the eagerness of
wanting to go to University. This clealry shows that the majority of the
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always the only possible way to succeed, there are other ways to get your
qualifications.Now lets find more...
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23 CHFS Graphics Voice over : What does Connexions do for you? Voice over
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25 CHFS Graphics Voice over: What are the post 16 options? Voice over
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Eye Voice over: Is university always the only way of getting a good career in
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Eye Thank you very much for spending your time with us... It has been a pleasure
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Conclusion: There are more than 450 further education colleges in England.
Eye More than 60% of colleges are general further education and tertiary
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Level colleges, 25% are sixth-form colleges and the remainders are specialist art
and design, agriculture and horticulture or designated colleges

Eye Panning as I A friendly Chat with Sara James, who has been offered a place at Oxford
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Ninthujah: Had a very nice chat with both of them. One common thing that
I could see in both of them is that, they have high expectations of
Eye University life… They see University not only as a studying place, it is also
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are independant, where you enjoy a totally different lifestyle. So i guess this
is a remarkable experience... !
Graphics Bullet points:Today the majority of the young people have career
aspiration in their mind and are working extremely hard to achieve their
goals. The Recession is leading students to re-consider going to University.
Eye Students are worried about the living costs at University and plus they feel
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the only way of improving your job prospects. I have gone out to Loughton to
speak to an organisation called, 'Not going to uni', which helps students to
find out other ways to succeed.
Eye Voice over: Some Students are dropping out out of 6th form or Universities.
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37 Loughton Static Voice over: Do you think Recession is becoming a problem for students?
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University of
Eye Voice over: I also spoke to Mr Davies Who is a lecturer at Westminster
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Eye Ninthujah: How important do you think a university education is important
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47 Westminster, OTS Static Ninthujah: How do you make the University lifestyle more exciting? Presenter
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University of Ninthujah: What study skills do you need to succeed in higher education and
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51 Westminster, OTS Static Ninthujah: Combining study with work, is that a good idea? Presenter
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52 Westminster, OTS Static Lecturer Geoff: Response........... Interviewee
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53 Westminster, OTS Static Ninthujah: Thank you for your time Mr Davies…. Presenter
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Eye Voice over: Title :: Support and advice during your higher education
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Eye When considering which courses you want to apply for, it's worth
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Studying at a university or higher education college is very different to


being at school or in further education. On many courses, you'll be expected
to study largely on your own. You'll need to manage your time effectively if
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for tasks such as writing essays. If you do experience academic problems,
your personal tutor can provide advice. Getting help at an early stage can
often stop small problems becoming more difficult to deal with.
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Panning from Conclusion Voice over: There may be times at university or college when
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University of
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59 Westminster, OTS Static Ninthujah: What was your first day at university? Presenter
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University of
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61 Westminster, OTS Static Ninthujah: Now what is it like? What do you like about your University? Presenter
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Anthony McClaran, Ucas chief executive, said: There has been considerable
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