Good University Guide 2012 launched by Times

If you are a parent who has a kid about to apply to university, then an authoritative good university guide by Times will prove indispensable for parents and students looking for the most recognized assessment of universities in the country.

In London this week, Times has launched the Good University Guide 2012.

The offerings of the Good university guide 2012 will be:

 Info about Tuition fees and the scale of competition for the best places
 Info about the jobs universities lead to
New: Six weeks of authoritative articles - from fees and finances to writing the strongest application.
New: Video panels of experts hosted by Times and live Q&As with experts.
 Expert advice, in case a kid doesn’t get predicted grades, if you want to study abroad or if you go through clearing.

The first week begins with a live Q&A with The Times Education Editor; Greg Hurst, and UCAS; followed by the next six weeks of university admission tutors discussing applications, video interviews with recent students and advice on how to afford (manage) the new fees.

Price: Just £1 for the first 30 days, or about 4 weeks.

Visit this page for more information. --------

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