Need some help and inspiration in planning your university application?

Landing a place on one of the more prestigious higher education courses has never been more competitive. But don’t worry, help is at hand from the highly-regarded and long-established Getting Into series from Trotman.

Trotman has been helping students choose the right course and university for them for over 40 years. The books in the Getting Into series, published in association with Mander Portman Woodward, explain the complex procedures for getting into higher education. Written by acknowledged experts in a clear and concise format, they go beyond the official publications to give students straightforward, practical advice on how to secure a place on a course of their choice. They cover the UCAS application process, writing a winning personal statement, interview technique, fees and funding, and how to cope with results day. Each book is updated every year or every two years by our professional team of authors.

The series covers getting into Oxford and Cambridge, Medical School, Veterinary School and Dental School. There are also books on subject courses including Law, Engineering, Art & Design, Business & Economics, Physiotherapy, Psychology and Nursing & Midwifery. Finally, there is a stand-alone guide, published every year, on how to complete your UCAS application.

Win your university place with Trotman!

See the books in RM Books now

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About Trotman

Trotman has been at the forefront of careers publishing for over 40 years. Written by experts and regularly updated (many of them annually), our books help students make the right decisions for further education and beyond.


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