This free event is for anyone working with pupils applying to university. The aim of the session is to provide you with an up to date overview of the UCAS process, information and advice from a university’s perspective about applying, and the opportunity to network with other teachers and practitioners.
This evening session will address the following topics:
Update on Higher Education
Reference writing / predicted grades
This is a chance for you to find out more about what universities are looking for in applicants. With competition for places being extremely high the evidence provided in statements and references is becoming more and more important to a student’s application. Come along to this twilight event to find out more about how students can improve their chances of being made an offer and how the information and support you provide can make a difference.
Comments from previous years:
"Informative, useful session, knowledgeable speakers. Up to date information delivered with clarity and responsive to questioning"
"Very useful information to help us guide students with their personal statements"
"I found this really useful for giving me an overview of what universities are looking for….As a newcomer to the process it has been very beneficial for me and I now feel better equipped to advise pupils with the UCAS process"
If you would like any more information please email Becci Hubbard ([email protected]
) to request more details.
If you are interested in attending please visit http://www.ntu.ac.uk/post16events