A-Level results out across Devon

Thousands of Devon's teenagers have collected their A-level results.

Applications to Devon's two universities have seen a rise for students to start this year. Tuition fees are due to go up from next year, with some University’s charging up to £9,000.

This mean the number of students deferring their University place has dropped, to avoid leaving University with a degree and debts around £53,000.

Concerned about what your children might have to pay back?

Advice on loans and dealing with student debt (from Direct Gov)

If things have gone well, students need to take steps to accept University placements, or to check with the University clearance system.  Click below.

UCAS (University Clearing website)

And, there are still options if your teenager doesn’t get the results they want.  Click on this link to get more of your questions answered.

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