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Bring Your Family to University Days
UCL is proud to host a number of Bring Your Family to University Days for students in Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 and their families. In 2015-2016 students from various year groups and their families are invited to learn more about UCL, career paths and different university subjects.
These events will run on Saturdays from 9:30-15:00 and will focus on choosing your GCSE options, selecting your A levels or IB, university courses and career paths. Every student must be accompanied by a parent, other adult relative or guardian. Younger siblings are also welcome to attend. The events are free and include lunch.
|Bring Your Family to University Saturday||
Saturday 23 April 2016
Applications are now closed.
|Year 7, 8 and 9 students and their families|
Please note students must be attending a non-selective state school in the UK, and priority will be given to students who meet one or more of our Pre-16 elibility criteria.
Applications for this event have now closed.
We will aim to contact all applicants with the outcome of their application by Friday 15 April 2016.
Comments from previous students (2015):
"It was very enjoyable and helped me think more about my future"
"I wasn't entirely sure what I was going to pick for GCSE but this has helped"
"I really enjoyed this event because it gave me a real insight on life at university and the careers that are available for me"
"It made it easy to make a choice when it comes to education"
Comments from previous parents (2015):
"I am so grateful that I came to this event. I am now more confident that my child will be able to attend a competitive university regardless of my financial situation. I also understand better why reading is so important"
"All speakers were excellent. Very motivational in getting me thinking about what we need to research. Very worthwhile for both parent and child."
"I found the day very informative. The students are a credit to UCL and the alumni at the end were wonderful. Very interesting. I will now encourage my daughter to choose subjects she loves rather than try too hard to plan for a specific degree"