LONDON, June 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
The Good University Guide From The Times launches With six Weeks of Invaluable, Interactive Content and University Rankings
This week The Times launches The 2012 Good University Guide; the indispensable guide for parents and students looking for the most recognised assessment of universities in the country.
If you're about to apply to university, you know the stakes have never been higher. Tuition fees have risen sharply and competition for the best places, and the jobs they lead to has never been greater.
That's why this year, in addition to the Good University Guide, The Times is publishing six weeks of authoritative articles - from fees and finances to writing the strongest application. They'll also be hosting video panels and live Q&As with experts.
The first week begins with a live Q&A with The Times Education Editor; Greg Hurst, and UCAS. Over the next six weeks there will be university admission tutors discussing applications, video interviews with recent students and advice on how to afford the new fees.
There will also be advice on what to do if you don't get your predicted grades, if you want to study abroad or if you go through clearing.
For just £1 for the first 30 days, The Times digital pack gives students and parents access to everything they need to make the big decision a little easier.
Find out more at http://www.thetimes.co.uk/gooduniversityguide
SOURCE The Sunday Times