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A hybrid university programme where you'll experience university-style learning while developing transferable skills and subject knowledge. The programme culminates in a residential summer school at the University of Reading. The experience gained will help prepare you for applying to university. at University of Reading

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A hybrid university programme where you'll experience university-style learning while developing transferable skills and subject knowledge. The programme culminates in a residential summer school at the University of Reading. The experience gained will help prepare you for applying to university.
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9th July 202410th July 202411th July 202412th July 2024
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Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

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03 March 2024

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This fantastic opportunity is available to students from the West Midlands, South Wales, South Coast, London & Kent. 

There are five subject strands to choose from: Psychology, History & Politics, Law, Creative Writing, and Biology & Chemistry.

You will visit the University for the Launch trip on Friday 5th April, have tutorial sessions led by PhD tutors virtual in April, complete your assignement by June, and then stay at our campus in July for a residential summer school.

To be eligible for a place on the programme you will need to attend a state school/college and currently be in Year 12 or Level 3 Year 1 on course to achieve BBB at A level or equivalent (e.g DDM from BTEC Extended Diploma, 30 points from IB). Priority will be given to students looking to apply for a degree subject offered by the University of Reading. 

You must also meet one of the following criteria:

  • Living in a POLAR4 and TUNDRA MSOA Quintile 1 or 2 neighbourhood (check your postcode at tunyurl.com/criteriacheck).
  • Living in an area in IMD (Index of Multiple Deprivation) Quintile 1 or 2 (this will be checked by the University).
  • Curretly living in or have oreviously spent time in the care of the local authority.
  • Asylum seeker or refugee.
  • Estranged from family (in Friends and Family Care).
  • Carer for family member who may be sick, disabled, or has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol (Young Carer).

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Available dates
9th July 202410th July 202411th July 202412th July 2024
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Suitable for
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
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