We have developed free online resources to support young people making education and career choices, and bust some of the myths around higher education and student finance.
Whether trying to find out about certain careers and courses, or just looking for inspiration about what to do next, young people have to make sense of an overwhelming amount of confusing and sometimes contradictory information.
Our Bright Knowledge library makes it easy to find information they can trust.
Completely impartial and up-to-date, Bright Knowledge features articles covering everything young people need to know about education, careers and student life, written in easily accessible language. Alongside providing a trusted source of information for young people searching online, Bright Knowledge can also be used by teachers and careers advisors to support young people.
Many young people worry that they won’t be able to afford higher education, or are unsure about where their funding will come from.
Our free interactive student calculator shows young people how much studying at university will really cost day-to-day and the straight facts about student finance. By building a budget, young people get both practical help to manage their money, and the reassurance that they can afford to go to university.
My mentor always came across as a real person, which meant I could be quite open with him. Online mentoring is so much less daunting than searching for answers on a university website, and you can ask questions about the pay for particular jobs or things like socialising, which you’d be embarrassed to ask at a university open day.