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Paths to University Success: a workshop for parents and carers (FREE EVENT)
Sat 8 April 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 BST
** REGISTRATION REQUIRED **
Leading Routes is a pioneering network, established to address the issues faced by Black students and graduates, with a particular focus on supporting ambitious young people into competitive universities and professions.
Are you a parent or carer who has asked any of the following questions?
• What do the top UK universities look for?
• Can my child afford to go to university?
• What is the best way to prepare my child for university?
• How can I support my child in making the important decisions that will affect their future?
If you have, this event has been organised for you!
We have a range of education professionals who will be delivering workshops and are available on the day to answer all of your questions about university.
✓ Dr Kehinde Andrews - Birmingham City University; and author of Resisting Racism: Race, Inequality and the Black Supplementary School
✓ Sophie Tuhey - - Unviersity College London and UCL Academy; and School Governor, Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre
✓ Amber Cuttill - University of Cambridge
✓ Amy York - Unviersity College London
✓ Yvonne Field - The Ubele Initiative; and Goldsmiths, University of London
✓ Syreeta Allen – Kings College London
Hosted by: Philip Udeh – Founder of Brain Fud, Community Activist and LSE Graduate
Representatives from education charities such as IntoUniversity and Let Us Learn will also be available to answer your questions about the programmes and support they offer.
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
The nearst tube station is Holborn. Chancery Lane and Russell Square are also within walking distance. Conway Hall travel and parking information
This event has been generously supported by UCL, Conway Hall and The Ubele Initiative.