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Upcoming events

Our post-16 events and activities are funded by UCL's Access Agreement and Widening Participation funds. As such, there are eligibility criteria that all applicants should consider before applying.

Junior Masterclasses

16-20 February 2014 / Yr 8-11

Junior Masterclasses give you a taste of learning at university. Pick from a range of academic subjects – you could choose a subject you study at school, or a completely new subject.

The masterclasses are entertaining, hands-on sessions run by UCL academics. You’ll get the chance to look around UCL, and you’ll meet other young people from across London.

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Bring Your Family to University

28 February 2015 (10:00-15:00) / Yr 8&9

Year 8 and 9 students: bring your family to university on Saturday 28 February. There will be sessions on choosing your GCSE options, university courses and careers.

Every student must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and younger siblings are also welcome to attend.

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Eligibility criteria

Students must be attending a state school in the UK, and priority will be given to students who meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Will be the first generation in their family to attend university
  • Come from neighbourhoods with low overall progression rates to higher education
  • Are in, or have lived under local authority care
  • Have parents from non-professional occupations
  • Have been eligible for free school meals within the past five years

For post-16 events, please also consider the following academic criteria:

  • Applicants must have achieved at least five A/A*s at GCSE
  • Applicants must be likely to achieve a minimum of ABB at A level or at least 34 points at IB (please note that for subject specific activity students must be on track to meet the degree programme's minimum entry requirements)
  • Applicants must be taking at least two subjects from UCL's list of preferred A levels