Youngsters are generally put off advanced education because of the apparent expense, worries about their future occupation prospects and misinformation.
Those are among the discoveries drawn out by the University and College Union from a review it charged on youngsters’ impression of post-18 preparation and training.
Comres surveyed 2,006 youngsters matured 13 to 17 and discovered those not anticipating going into advanced education said the principle boundaries were that they were not so much ensured work (40 every penny), that it is was excessively lavish (36 every penny) and needed to dodge obligation (26 every penny).
Be that as it may, these concerns were additionally the main three set forward by understudies who did plan to go into advanced education.
The study additionally demonstrated that the sort of school went to was emphatically connected with goals to go to college.
Four-fifths (78 every penny) of understudies at non-public school said they needed to go ahead to advanced education after school or school, contrasted and only 62 every penny of state school understudies and 31 every penny of school understudies.
Social class and school went to was likewise connected with the level of data youngsters got, as indicated by the review.
Around 17 per cent of school understudies in the DE social evaluations said they had gotten no counsel or direction about their future when they leave, contrasted and only 9 every penny in the AB social evaluations.
The UCU said the report highlighted the vitality of guidance and direction for youngsters when it came to considering college.
Only 31 per cent of youngsters said they had been to an open day at a college or school, yet just about those who had – 95 per cent – said they had discovered the experience valuable.
UCU general secretary Sally Hunt said: ‘Worryingly, class, sexual orientation educating still have excessively huge an impact in whether youngsters considerably consider college, with young men from state schools and the poorest monetary foundations faring most noticeably awful.
“This report highlights how youngsters are concerned by the apparent expense of college and further upset by an absence of solid counsel.
“On the off chance that everybody is to profit, youngsters need to be influenced that proceeding in training is a reasonable choice. Youngsters ought to have entry to amazing free exhortation on their future regardless of sexual orientation, foundation or the sort of school they go to attend.”