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If you've set your university goals very high, Getting Into the UK's Best Universities and Courses will enable you to maximise your chances of winning a coveted place at university. Offering course- and institution-specific advice and packed full of in-depth information not published anywhere else, this book answers a wide range of general and specific university questions such as: -What are the most competitive degree courses and best universities? -Does it matter if I choose a high-ranking university or course? -What graduate employment data is available and where do I find it? -How will the new A* grade affect my application? -Does Cambridge automatically interview all applicants? -Will my AS grades/scores be taken into account? Competition for university entry has never been so fierce - 2010 saw an 8% increase in the number of full-time university applications (the biggest rise in eight years) and the trend is set to continue. Ambitious students need to ensure their university application is as carefully considered and as excellent as it can be, particularly as university funding cuts threaten a significant reduction in university places available. Fortunately, Getting Into the UK's Best Universities and Courses equips you with all the insider university advice you need, explaining the different university rankings so you can select the best university and degree course for you. With up to 80 students applying for every graduate job, the best students are planning now to make sure they are as employable as possible by choosing the best university degree courses for their desired career. Getting Into the UK's Best Universities and Courses also reveals why the conventional 'best' universities might not necessarily have the best courses for your subject or chosen career, helping you to choose a course that will maximise your future employment prospects. Put simply, Getting Into the UK's Best Universities and Courses is a must-have for all the most talented, ambitious and dedicated university applicants wanting to maximise their chances of getting into the best universities and courses in the UK. Are you one of them?