Year 12 Law and Politics Taster Day
Wednesday 14 March 2018, 9:20am – 4:00pm
The day is for female students who aspire to study Law or Politics at university.
To be eligible to participate, students must be aiming to achieve ABB at A-Level (or equivalent). We recommend your students apply as soon as possible before the day gets booked up.
This free Taster Day provides an opportunity to engage with academic staff and current students to find out more about what we offer at the University of Surrey.
The event is split into two parts with a round-table panel where academics from law and political science will present of varied topics under the theme ‘Gender Gap in Law and Politics’. We will consider questions such as: What unanticipated rsk does Brexit pose for women? and What challenges do women face in the fields of law and politics?
Following the round-table we will offer a session that will provide an insight into what it is like to study Law and Politics. You will take part in a citizen’s jury to look at the implications of Brexit for different section of society with the opportunity to share your opinions and build your knowledge on how Brexit will impact your future.
When Rare launched Target Oxbridge back in 2012, we did so on a shoestring budget, using the network of our own Oxbridge team members to support and develop a handful of talented black candidates. Last year, we offered our full programme of support to 45 students as they went through the Oxbridge admissions process, but after an increase in funding from both Oxford and Cambridge Universities, we will be able to recruit 160 black students to the programme for 2018.
“It’s amazing to hear how such an invaluable programme has reached new heights!” says Cambridge undergrad Victoria Chris, studying Natural Sciences at Fitzwilliam College. “Target Oxbridge was definitely one of the main reasons why I got into Cambridge. Through the mentoring and seminars, I was encouraged to find a new way to express my ideas and thoughts.” The development programme, which runs over the course of a year, involves residential visits, academic sessions, and mentoring by current and former Oxbridge students, including Rare staff.
Visit the Target Oxbridge site here.
Are you a bright, enthusiastic student interested in pursuing a career in law?
If so, The Lawyer Portal’s Free National Apprenticeship Conference at Latymer Upper School in London on the 17th March 2018 is a must-attend event! Law apprenticeships are taking the market by storm. It is the brand new ‘earn as you learn’ pathway to becoming a fully qualified solicitor. We will have representatives from top law firms who are keen to make your students aware of the law apprenticeship opportunities available to them. Our event will unlock this amazing opportunity for its attendees; illuminating how best to succeed in securing a law apprenticeship, from making the application, to attending the interview, through to signing on the dotted line.
By way of background, the The Lawyer Portal is the definitive resource for students who are interested in pursuing a career in law. We are in official partnership with the two main governing bodies of the industry – the Bar Council and CILEx and are working with high profile law firms such as Dentons and Charles Russell Speechlys.
Applications are now open for our International Summer School in Loughborough & London!
The School of Business and Economics is delighted to invite applications to our expanded International Summer School in July 2018 which will take place across two locations in Loughborough and London.
This UK Summer School will be attractive to students with an interest in sports, management and enterprise.
- One of 1% of business schools in the world to hold AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditation
- Well known for having a strong tradition of teaching entrepreneurship and innovation
- The UK’s premier destination for sports and related academic disciplines
Our UK International Summer School is open to all international undergraduate and postgraduate students who can choose to study one or two modules from a choice of 2 pathways.
Scholarships are available.
Block 1: 24 June to 7 July 2018 in Loughborough
Block 2: 8 to 21 July 2018 in London
Applications open: November 2017
Applications close: 6 April 2018
You can find more details, including study options and how to apply, at their website here.
Study Options are pleased to announce that we will be back at Australia House for our March Open Day in 2018. The Study Options Open Day is an excellent opportunity to meet many Australian and New Zealand Universities face-to-face in the UK, you can see all the universities attending on this page.
You can turn up at any time between the event opening hours and stay for as long as you need. Last entry is 5.30pm at this event.
Our university representatives will try and speak to as many students as possible at the Open Days, so please be aware that you may have to wait for other students to finish before you have a chance to speak to them. Try to plan your Open Day in advance by finding out which universities are going to be the most useful for you to speak to. Contact Study Options now if you have any questions about courses.
The Open Day will be held in Australia House – the Australian High Commission building on the Strand. Australia House is just a 5 min walk from Temple tube station, and is also accessible via a number of bus routes through London.
~ Important information about this venue ~
Please be aware that entrance to the Australian High Commission will require a security check and presentation of official photographic identification. Each person attending this event should register separately.
Where possible we ask that you avoid bringing large bags/suitcases into the building and, whilst there will be cloakroom facilities, please keep all personal belongings to a minimum. This will reduce the waiting time to enter the event.
Please also note that you must present your registration email on arrival, together with your photographic ID, to gain entrance to the event.
The Open Days are FREE to attend, you must register for your place here to attend the London event.
Our first programme was launched in September 2013 and is particularly relevant to school leavers who are keen to pursue a career in insurance and eager to start work without a university education experience.
The programme gives school leavers the opportunity to begin their career in one of the world’s best-known organisations. Our 15-month Apprenticeship programmes is designed to empower you to progress in the world of specialist insurance. As you rotate across the business, you’ll gain a 360°perspective into what life is like at Lloyd’s. On the Insurance programme, you could be investigating emerging risks, on the Marketing programme you could be shaping our messaging and on the HR programme, you could learn to build and develop top performing talent.
Aimed at students who want to start working after their A-Levels or equivalent, the programme combines employment with the achievement of a level 3 Insurance Practitioner Apprenticeship, as well as an internationally recognised professional qualification with the Chartered Insurance Institute.
You’ll follow a structured programme with regular reviews, and will need to manage your time well to achieve excellent results in the timescales available.
Applications for 2018 Apprenticeship Programme are now open. You can find all the information, including where to apply, here.