(Music)

(Tom)
You alright there? Have you heard of not going to Uni before?

(Spencer)
We show you all the opportunities that are outside University.

(Tom)
You alright there? Do you know what we are about?

Can I ask you to fill in these please?

Well done, brilliant. So you can have your picture taken if you like,

you can graduate from the University of life.

(Spencer)
Congratulations on your graduation Madame.

(Fehmida)
Yea I’m from Maple High School careers co-ordinator

(Spencer)
Right...

(Fehmida)
and I’ve got loads of students who ask why about the process of filling in UCAS but don't know if they really want to fill in the UCAS forms cos' they are not sure if they want to go to Uni, so there in between whether they want a job or whether they want to go to Uni or what they want to do.

(Spencer)
That's perfect, that's what we are all about...Tom will explain,

go on Tom.

(Tom)
Yea basically, well you'll know, I left college last year.

(Fehmida)
Especially at the moment we're going through the year 13's doing there UCAS applications and there are some students who are not sure

whether they want to do the UCAS application or are they doing it just doing it just because everybody else is doing it or they've got peer pressure of other pressures and it's nice to see there is a company out there like this notgoingtouni.com so they can find some more information between that.

(Miranda)
out of my friends I think maybe 50% did the right degree and are using it and its all good, but another 25% probably shouldn't have gone at all and another 25% are now working in bars.

(Boris Johnson)
Ah it's too difficult.

(Spencer)
Here he comes.

(Tom)
Go on then.

Hello there.

Shite.

Well BJ, Boris Johnson, who's on a stand literally about 10 metres away

we're hoping he's going to come over here, get his attention but he

seems to have gone to other way.

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(Spencer)
May we have a word with you on behalf of Not Going To Uni?

Were a website.

(Boris Johnson)
Are you anti Uni?

(Spencer)
No we are pro Uni, but we want people to appreciate the other opportunities that are out there. So we give advice on gap years.

No that’s fine.

(Boris Johnson)
It was nice to see you.

(Spencer)
Boris was actually positive; he wanted to make sure we weren't anti Uni, and I made sure that we told him we weren't but we felt that teenagers needed to understand the options that are out there and he was receptive to those. And he thought it was a very good idea and that we should forge ahead.

(Tom)
And I didn't even see him. I didn't see him, I was too late, too late...yea I was standing behind him.

(Music)

(Spencer)
We're done; it’s been a long day.

(Tom)
It's been alright.

(Spencer)
So what do ya reckon? What do ya reckon for the first day?

(Tom)
Judging by all those competition entries...alright.

(Spencer)
There's a lot there.

(Tom)
Two hundred I would of thought.

(Spencer)
Ah I’m not gonna count those, there's more than a few hundred there. But we'll taken them with us.

(Tom)
Contacts made.

(Spencer)
Well there all potential sponsors and companies that want to get involved.

(Tom)
Government bodies as well. That's brilliant.

(Spencer)
Really good day, really good day. Yea just gotta do it all again tomorrow.

(Tom)
And the next day.

(Spencer)
And the next day.