Date: Saturday July 10th, 2020
Time: 11:00am – 1:45pm
Audience: Year 9-13 students (Boys and Girls) of African and African Caribbean heritage
Aim of Event: This event is aimed at giving all students insight into how the UK Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) system works, as well as hearing from current university students about their journeys and experiences.
Older student attendees will gain a better understanding of the UCAS system, so they can more confidently approach the process, while younger students can get a head start on their own preparations for university.
** This is a recorded event **
Speaker: Kate Kettle, Henry Moore, Varsity Scholars
Varsity Scholars is a social enterprise which provides students, parents and teachers with the expert guidance needed to secure top university places.
Panellists: Members of the Black Head Students’ Network (BHSN), who are university students who will be sharing personal stories about their university application journeys and what university life is like.
The Black Head Students’ Network is a network for current and previous black Head Boys and Girls at secondary schools in the UK, working together to inspire the next generation of future leaders.
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