US College Admissions - What you must know before you start applying to the US

Oya Christie Miller joins us today to talk about how best to tackle the US College Admission process. This is going to be very popular for anyone wanting to apply to the US College...

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Training as a vet? Here’s what you need to know

Nobody just falls into training to be a vet or settles on it as an easy career choice. Becoming a vet takes years of dedication, study and hard work and usually appeals only to...

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William Clarence Education joins forces with Atom Learning for a new School Selection webinar.

We are delighted to have been invited to host a webinar with Atom Learning next Wednesday 17th June at 6pm. Head of our UK School and University Placement Consultancy, Diana Morant, will be on hand to discuss the options open to parents selecting senior schools at 11+ and 13+.

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Campus or city university - how to decide

Congratulations, you’re applying to go to university! But now it’s decision time: what to study, whether to embark on a single or joint degree, whether to commit to three years or...

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UK School Entrance Exams & How to Prepare Effectively!

Today we speak with Beatrix Woodhead, a specialist entrance exam advisor, tutor and consultant. Beatrix has published multiple textbooks on the subject and worked with families...

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Mental health awareness in schools

Mental health issues affect one in eight 5 to 19-year-olds, and school-related worries, such as homework, exam stress and parental or teacher pressure contribute to concerns around...

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How to choose a school when relocating to the UK

It’s never easy to move your family to a different country, and changing schools can be a time of great stress - especially if you are considering looking at the best schools in...

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William Clarence Education Acquires Conference & Common Room Magazine

After receiving glowing feedback on its debut publication, William Clarence Education announced this week the expansion of Independent School Admissions Plus Magazine, (ISAP) with...

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William Clarence is pleased to launch their new Masterclasses

What are Masterclasses? Masterclasses are ultra-tuition sessions that break down exam questions and demonstrate how to make the most of the time available, making papers into...

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How to navigate independent school admissions webinar

All your school admissions questions answered We are hosting a series of free webinars for parents around the world who are interested in UK independent schools. All of your...

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How to plan ahead for UK University applications webinar

All your UK university application questions answered webinar Join us for a free webinar on what you should be doing to prepare for all UK university applications for 2021 and 2022...

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How to choose the right boarding school

Finding the right boarding school is arguably harder than finding the right day school. Not only does the education side have to be right, but you also need to know that the...

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THE BIOMEDICAL ADMISSIONS TEST (BMAT)

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, prospective medical students face an uncertain period whereby, very understandably, there will be fewer opportunities to volunteer and gain...

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Debunking the Oxbridge Myths

Oxford and Cambridge top the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings, so it’s no surprise that they’re dream destinations for many aspiring students. Steeped in history...

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The UK or International School - which should I choose for my child?

For parents arriving in or returning to the UK faced with multiple decisions, schooling is always going to be one of the most important. Indeed, some families relocate purely for...

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Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) - What is it and how to prepare?

A growing number of UK Universities now require prospective undergraduate Law students to sit the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT). These universities include Bristol, Durham, KCL...

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Supporting the support staff in schools - how external eyes can cast a new light

The funny thing about the word ‘support’ as used in schools is that it can - and often, frankly, does - have a negative hierarchical tinge to it. ‘Support’ staff - whose headcount...

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Why you should still be applying to UK schools and Universities during the Coronavirus pandemic

As the advice surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic changes on a daily basis worldwide and we enter difficult and distressing times, it is worth remembering that applications to the...

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How to complete the best UCAS application

Getting into the best universities is difficult. Competition is fierce, especially at the esteemed Russell Group universities, and a clutch of top A Levels isn’t enough to...

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How to prepare for Preparatory school admissions

For some new parents, those first few months involve bonding with your baby, adjusting to a new routine and... registering with schools and nurseries. It might seem excessive, but...

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