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Higher Education at the Grimsby Institute
Higher Education  at the Grimsby Institute
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50 scholarships are being offered to UK/EU students who apply through UCAS for an undergraduate programme at the Grimsby Institute.

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We are able to answer your questions, queries and meet your requirements, whether you are a prospective student, parent or acting in an advisory role (tutor/careers advisor). We will be holding a range of activities for you to attend to find out more.

Alternatively why not email us or call us on 0800 328 3631 and one of our Higher Education specialists will be more than happy to help.
Higher Education Fairs
Visiting higher education fairs is a fantastic way to gather information about various courses and higher education providers.

Every year we attend regional UCAS and HELOA (Higher Education Liaison Officers Association) events. At each event there will be around 150 representatives from universities and other organisations such as Connexions, voluntary associations and UCAS.

Higher Education Advice and Admissions Cenre
Please contact our HE Admissions & Administration team who will be able to offer advice on all our higher education programmes, guidance on finance and how to apply for your choices of course. We are also able to arrange visits to meet with tutors.
In addition to this service we also visit schools or colleges to give talks and offer advice about becoming a higher education student.

To contact the Higher Education Admissions & Administration team for any queries, support or information and guidance please see details below:

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0800 328 3631

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