An after school workshop for U6 students at The King’s School, Chester.
University will be the most exciting time of your life. Your first term at university will be fun, hard work, but also tough. How will you manage money, the practicalities of living, and coping with new demands and independence? How will you know where to go if things go wrong, and how will you know if they have? How will you get the best out of it all and make the transition successfully. A third of UK undergraduates get it wrong: don’t be one of them.
This free workshop has punchy and accessible presentations from current students, Students Union reps, support workers, finance gurus and academics.
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4.30pm Open Session
Sally Ingram, Head of Student Welfare, Newcastle University
Elizabeth Nichols, Undergraduate Tutor in Media, Film and English, Lancaster University
Gemma Paul, Student Advice and Guidance Lead, Liverpool University
Former students from Chester schools
5.00pm A Carousal of Fifteen-minute Q and A workshops with the speakers in small groups along with the possibility of making contacts for further advice
6.00pm Closing Keynote: Chris Ramsey, Higher Education Spokesman, HMC
6.15pm Session finishes