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HEAP 2023 

With more options than ever before, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for students to decide which universities and courses to apply for. HEAP University Degree Course Offers is an annual guide that not only breaks down each subject area with the grades and UCAS Tariff points required, but also provides handy tips for how to ace the application process. HEAP 2023 is an essential tool to support overwhelmed students make important decisions about their university future. That’s why we’ve chosen HEAP 2023 as our book of the month for May!

HEAP 2023

Now in its 53rd edition, HEAP 2023 is fully revised and updated with new courses and admissions policies for 2023 entry. The bestselling directory is the only guide that lists courses in descending order of UCAS Tariff points required, making it simple and easy to use for students with different qualifications, including international baccalaureate and NVQs, as well as A levels.

This unique subject-by-subject guide advises students on how to successfully complete their UCAS application, including guidance on how to write a personal statement and expert tips from admissions tutors. HEAP 2023 features an introduction to admissions tests, results day advice, information for international students, and official graduate destinations and employment statistics. This rich resource provides a directory of professional associations for further research, and is completed by listings of the top research universities, colleges and degree apprenticeships to assist students in selecting the perfect path for their future, making it one of the most thorough guides to university options.

Each subject table answers the following key questions: 

  • What does the subject cover? 
  • Which GCSEs and A levels are required? 
  • Which universities offer courses in the subject? 
  • What grades and UCAS Tariff points does each university require? 
  • Are sandwich courses available? 
  • What should be included in your personal statement? 
  • Will you need to attend an interview or take an admissions test? 
  • What should you say in your interview? 
  • Why were past applicants rejected? 
  • What are the most common graduate destinations for each subject? 
  • Which similar subjects should you consider? 

This one-stop reference guide is ideal for applicants choosing their degree course and is a brilliant resource for careers advisors. 

Contact us to get more information about this book, orbuy your own copy to help students get started on their university journey!