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Harriet Brook, Head of Consultancy
Jenny McGowan, Director, Asia
Ed Richardson, Director of Education
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Latest University Advisory Blog Posts

How to Choose an Oxbridge College?

Oxford has 39 colleges, Cambridge 31. You can leave it to chance and make an open application, but most people expect to direct their application to one of them. In some ways, it seems an unnecessary distraction. After all, no one presents Formula One drivers on the starting grid with a wine list expecting them to choose which champagne they want to be sprayed with on the podium.

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Applying to UK Universities from Hong Kong

UK universities are incredibly popular with students from Hong Kong, and Keystone Tutors has extensive experience in helping these students to gain admission to their desired university. This invaluable guide covers key facts and tips about the application process, how to choose the right university and course, and the costs and fees involved.

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Latest University Advisory Webinars

Webinar: How to Manage Dual US/UK University Applications

In this joint discussion hosted by ESM Prep and Keystone Tutors, ESM College Coach Josh Davis and Keystone's Head of Consultancy, Harriet Brook, meet to compare the US and UK university application processes. They identify key differences between the timelines and requirements, discussing the best way to balance both processes with limited stress and maximum effect.

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Webinar: Applying to UK universities: An Introduction to UCAS

In this webinar Jenny McGowan (Director, Asia) and Harriet Brook (Head of Consultancy) provided an overview of UK university admissions. They discussed the timeline, the UCAS form and the admissions criteria used by most universities. This will be most relevant to current Year 12 students who will be applying for 2023 entry, but also suitable for younger students and parents planning ahead.

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