Choosing a subject

Our extensive university and college search along with our expert guidance, will help you to choose the best degree for you.

What if my degree isn’t in the field I want to work in

What if my degree isn’t in the field I want to work in?

At some point during your time at university, it is only natural that you may feel a little doubt and confusion over what to do when you graduate. You may suddenly realise that you no longer want to f…

Fine art subject

Undergraduate subject guide – Fine Art

“An artist is someone who produces things that people don’t need to have, but that he – for some reason – thinks it would be a good idea to give them.” Andy WarholWith many students opting to give up …


Subject guide: nursing

Nursing is something that, for many, is a natural instinct. A nurse has many workplace options that we may not even realise before looking into the occupation. As a nurse you could work in patient’s h…

Choosing English Literature

English Literature – undergraduate degrees

Calling all bookworms... see what's involved if you choose to study an English Lit degree

history degrees

History – undergraduate degrees

History is a subject that all UK students will be familiar with from as early as primary school, however, when taking it to university level, there are many options and various courses to be considere…

Types of degree and qualification

Types of degree and qualification

Our guide to all the degree options you are likely to come across

studying languages french

Undergraduate subject guide – French/languages

Le Français is undeniably a love-hate subject whether you enjoy a pain au chocolat or not. There have been lots of reports in the media about a lack of language students ready to persevere with studyi…

Language degrees at university

There's no competition for language graduates

theunipod responds to The Guardian's article on the reducing number of language students


A guide to studying undergraduate Humanities degrees

Languages, drama, history - find out which course options you can choose from

vocational degrees

Are vocational degrees better than academic ones?

Both have their pros and cons; but which is right for you?