Let's talk about uni

Join us to have your questions about university answered. Be inspired by taster lectures and industry talks from leading experts. Plus, boost your A level/level 3 performance with our masterclasses. We'll be adding events throughout the year, so do check back.

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You can now register interest for our on campus year 12 University Taster Day, June 2022.

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Upcoming events

DateLocationTimeEvent
21 October 2021Virtual16.30 - 17.15
Study Skills: academic writing and referencing

Join us as we cover the dos and don'ts of academic writing and the skill of referencing. Great preparation for university and helpful if you’re doing an EPQ. Scroll down to book your place
28 October 2021Virtual10.30 - 11.30
Personal statements: how to write an excellent one

Finding it difficult to get started? Not sure what to include? Join us and we'll guide you through the process and share our top tips. Scroll down to book your place
11 November 2021Virtual16.30 - 17.15
Study Skills: research methods

Designed for EPQ students, join us as we introduce you to the basics of research and find out which method is best for your project. Great preparation for university too. Scroll down to book your place
18 November 2021Virtual16.30 - 17.15UK Student Finance: what's available and how to apply
We’ll look at what financial support is available. This session includes information on the tuition and maintenance loans and repayment. We’ll also cover how to apply and share information on bursaries and scholarships. We'll end with a Q&A. Scroll down to book your place
25 November 2021Virtual16.30 - 17.15
Personal statements: how to write an excellent one

Finding it difficult to get started? Not sure what to include? Join us and we'll guide you through the process and share our top tips. Scroll down to book your place
2 December 2021Virtual16:30 - 17:45Philosophy Masterclass: Meta Ethics

We'll clarify topics in the meta ethics section of the A-level syllabus. We’ll start with the question, ‘Do mind-independent moral properties exist?’. This will introduce us to the distinction between moral realism and moral anti-realism. Then, in light of this initial question, we will raise the further question, ‘What do moral judgements mean?’. This will introduce us to the distinction between cognitivism and non-cognitivism. Together, we will explore how these notions relate to one another to create various types of meta-ethical theories. Scroll down to book your place
9 December 2021Virtual16.30 - 17.15
In year 11 and thinking about university? Not sure what to study next year?

Join us to hear our helpful tips for choosing the sixth form/college courses which are right for your future. We’ll also discuss how your level 3 choices will help you to feel confident in your first year and bust some myths about what universities are really looking for. Scroll down to book your place
9 June 2022On campus09.30 - 15.15The next chapter of your life starts here: year 12 University Taster Day

Wondering what it's like to be a university student? Not sure what subject to pick? Join us for a packed day where you'll be able to sign up to subject taster lectures, find out about study abroad and work placement opportunities, hear from current students, get advice on personal statement writing, and student finance. You can also explore the campus and visit the accommodation. We are in Hatfield, approximately 25 mins from Kings Cross, London. Register your interest here

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