The AfSU Pathway

By joining AfSU with the purpose of seeking advice and support throughout your academic life, you will be provided with a plan that is catered towards your needs. The plan will start from the stage of your educational pathway that you are currently in, and below we describe potential opportunities which you can be involved in.
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    Secondary School

    Students in this stage will be exposed to a range of career choices to get them prepared for their future prospects and routes they can take to achieve this, while receiving support with their GCSEs:

    • Access to GCSE Tutoring
    • Support with picking A-Levels and/or BTECs
    • Exposure and Advice with Prospecting Careers
    • Work Experience Opportunities and Career Workshops

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    Sixth Form and College

    A focus on entry to higher education (University or Apprenticeships); students will receive more career-focused support built around their chosen subjects, while building the framework for their UCAS applications:

    • Access to A-Level/BTEC Tutoring
    • CV Assistance (Foundations and Skills)
    • UCAS Application Support (University Choices, Personal Statement)
    • Work Experience and Career-Specific Advice
    • Admissions Test Preparation (BMAT, UCAT, LNAT and more)

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    Entering the next stage towards your career prospects, students will receive educational and pastoral support to make the most out of their time at university:

    • Networking Opportunities through Events
    • Careers Advice and Support
    • Supercurricular Opportunities (e.g. Model United Nations)
    • Spring and Summer Internships
    • Further Education Prospects (e.g. Masters, Conversion Courses)

Join Team AfSU and help develop the Afghan diaspora in the United Kingdom

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Subject Tutors

We have a strong team of subject tutors who are confident in the subjects they teach and can provide assistance and guidance where needed.

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We have students studying at a wide range of universities across the United Kingdom allowing you to get the tailored support you need.

Frequently Asked Questions

We're here to support you as much as possible. Below is a list of general queries we get asked.

1. Is this service free?

We provide assistance to students in a variety of different forms. We provide:

  1. Discord Support (free of charge)
  2. Tuition Centre Support (packages available @
  3. Support via social media, emails and other mediums available.

We try to offer free support where we can and on Discord we offer students the ability to send in their questions which our subject tutors answer and reply to where we can.

2. How do I join?

We currently operate using Discord, a new piece of software which allows for us to communicate with everyone easily. Students can submit support requests and get a response by an AfSU subject tutor as soon as one’s available. We aim to respond to requests as soon as possible. Our tuition services are available on, and you can find out how to join Team AfSU as either: (a) a university society or (b) a student by clicking on the respective hyperlink.

3. What do we do?

We aim to support students with their academic journeys, UCAS applications and future careers plans. We’ve provided a comprehensive list of services we provide in earlier segments of this website too.

4. I'd like to join your team, how would I do this?

We welcome applications to join our team and assist in running our union. We hold many positions that require different skill sets, some positions are paid and some are voluntary. If you think you can help the AfSU community in any way, we encourage you to apply by clicking here!

5. How do I use Discord?

We are currently trialling Discord as the main platform for our software. For further help and advice in using Discord, we recommend you contact us directly on [email protected].