Become a mature student

Duration: 8min 33sec Views: 1134 Submitted: 17.11.2020
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There are many reasons to go to university later in life, and there is not only one kind of mature student — everyone is different. Maybe you want to make progress in your career, specialise in a field or expand your knowledge. Maybe you just want to change your life. Students are considered mature if they are aged 21 or over on entry to their course. Lots of people choose to come to university for the first time later in life.

University guide for mature students

What Is A Mature Student? A Definition |

UK, remember your settings and improve government services. We also use cookies set by other sites to help us deliver content from their services. You can change your cookie settings at any time. You can study at university as a mature student even if you do not have traditional qualifications. You can also apply for funding.

Mature students: university and funding

Being a mature student seems well, grown-up. But when are you classed as a mature student and does it make any sort of difference? Well the simple answer is yes — it can make a difference when with your application, where you might want to live and what types of funding you can access.
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