University College Birmingham
University College Birmingham
UCB offers ‘Have a Go’ sessions aimed at year 10 and 11 students in groups of 10–16 (plus two members of staff). These sessions are available from October until June and are completely free of charge. at University College Birmingham

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Have A Go Session: Travel & Tourism

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Event Summary:

UCB offers ‘Have a Go’ sessions aimed at year 10 and 11 students in groups of 10–16 (plus two members of staff). These sessions are available from October until June and are completely free of charge.

Full Event Details:

UCB offers ‘Have a Go’ opportunities aimed at Year 10 and 11 students.

Our ‘Have a Go’ sessions offer you and your students an exciting opportunity to learn more about our subject areas, experience UCB life on campus and be inspired to think about careers and further study in these sectors.

This session gives your students a hands-on experience of Travel and Tourism from our team. This session is free of charge, includes free parking and takes place at UCB on various dates throughout the year from October to June.

Careers in travel and tourism are exciting and can take people all over the world. Students can get to grips with the roles of travel agents whilst learning about visitor attractions and travel events and entertainment. The opportunity to ‘Have a Go’ enables students to apply their skills in an industry-style environment and discover their ideal career. Sessions last two to three hours and are available alternate Thursdays.

Min: 10 students
Max: 16 students

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 4 (Students aged 14-16)

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

10

Institution Profile:

University College Birmingham (UCB) is a specialist University offering industry-respected vocational degrees and college courses. The three-site city centre campus includes the new £26 million McIntyre House, opened in 2014 as part of an ongoing commitment to investing in first-class student facilities and teaching.

The majority of degree courses are accredited by the University of Birmingham, ensuring impeccable levels of quality assurance. UCB manages a comprehensive programme of industrial placements both in the UK and worldwide and many courses feature “live” projects in which students are challenged to work in real-life business scenarios.

Lectures and teaching groups emphasise the link between academic theory and practical industry application and students consistently rate courses highly for satisfaction. The Academic Skills Centre, run by specialist lecturers, offers a package of regular, free study-based support to improve essay writing, research and presentation techniques.




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