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Where to go for advice

You may find it helpful to talk to someone impartial and this section includes information about how and where to find advice and guidance. A trained Adviser may be able to help you clarify your next steps or signpost you to futher sournces of help and support.


Bursaries at Sheffield Hallam University
Support with costs
Added on: 20/02/2009


Paying for learning
Sources of support
Added on: 20/02/2009


Student Finance
Government information about loans and grants
Added on: 20/02/2009


Higher Education and finance
The costs of studying at university and where to go for advice
Added on: 20/02/2009


Next Step - Advice and Guidance
This service provides face to face careers advice, and is aimed at adults 20 years old or over.
Added on: 18/02/2009


Careers Advice Service - Help and Advice
The Careers Advice service offers free advice via a National helpline, and also by email.
Added on: 18/02/2009


Connexions - Advice and Guidance
Through this website you can find a connexions office in your area, and also get impartial advice from an advisor online.
Added on: 18/02/2009


Lifelong Learning Networks
This website provides contact details for learning networks based across England.
Added on: 18/02/2009


Higher Futures - Information, Advice and Guidance
The IAG team at Higher Futures focus primarily on vocational and work based learners
Added on: 18/02/2009