UCAS Information Support for Military Students

An advice page on university applications has been set up for Armed Forces students by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). It includes information for children, veterans and spouses, and can be found by searching “Armed Forces” on the UCAS website at https://www.ucas.com/search/explore?keywords=armed+forces. (scroll down when page loads). Advertisements Advertisements

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Top 5 Military Training Colleges

More and more young people choose to pursue college education as a means to learn skills and get better career prospects. To some of these students, there’s more to college education than learning a certain subject or majoring in things like history, mathematics, and engineering. They choose to do one more thing – serve their… Read More

Does Military Education Matter?

Introduction Finding it hard to decide whether getting a military education might be a good idea? Then this article can help you make the right call. Do you feel safe sitting wherever you are right now, reading to this article? You might be sitting on the sofa or lying in your bed, but one thing that… Read More

HTML Assignment Help: Handle Any Programming Homework Easily

More and more students are becoming interested in studying programming since it is one of the most well-paid professions in the world. Students study JavaScript, CSS, HTML, Java, and other languages and disciplines to work in the programming industry. HTML is studied everywhere since it helps to create websites, but not everyone is really interested… Read More

The Effect of Military Training on Education

In January 1926, Dwight F. Davis (who was then the US Secretary of War) published a popular article in the Washington University Law Review. The article was entitled The Effect of Military Training on Education. It was inspired by the recent reform brought by the National Defense Act, which brought the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps… Read More

Courses Never Taught Me Anything!

“A precocious boy – a student at the University of the Witwatersrand by the time he was 15 – and bullied for it, reading was his connection to the wider world. Courses, he said, never taught him anything. The way to learn was to get a book that told you how to do things, and… Read More