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UCP Virtual Group information session

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Would you like to talk to others who may be feeling and thinking similar thoughts to you about starting a higher education journey?

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Would you like to talk to others who may be feeling and thinking similar thoughts to you about starting a higher education journey? You might be a mature student, the first in your family to attend university, or a parent who is thinking of completing a degree. These sessions will be held in small groups and offer the opportunity to ask questions and discuss options with our higher education expert in addition to speaking with each other.

Group Virtual Sessions will be themed and delivered on the following dates –

Mature students - 06/01/2022 and 03/02/2022 If you are returning to education and require additional information on how to apply , finance and organising your study then join us to meet other applicants commencing their journey

First in family to go to university - 13/01/2022 and 10/02/2022 If you need any additional support and have queries about what it's like to study at university then join us and we can answer all your questions.

Care leavers - 20/01/2022 and 17/02/2022 We can help guide you to your next steps and discuss financial and other pastoral support mechanisms available to you.

Black, Asian and minority ethnic09/12/2021, 27/01/2022 and 24/02/2022 Join us with your family and find out what opportunities are available at UCP. We are a diverse community who provides itself on inclusion and have a broad curriculum offer to meet your career goals.

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University Centre Peterborough (UCP) is located in the heart of Peterborough with a purpose built £10 million campus which opened in November 2009. 

We have a wide portfolio of courses to reflect the needs of local, national and international employers and lead to genuine employment opportunities for our graduates in their chosen career path.

As a relatively new institution, we have been able to create a learning environment which is different to other universities and our big strength comes from our smaller size, which enables us to put you at the heart of everything we do. Significantly this includes smaller class sizes, more contact with your lecturers, convenient timetabling and flexible study options to fit in with personal or work commitments.

All of the lecturers, support staff and senior management will know you as individuals and one of key objectives is to ensure we listen to the views of every student and continuously develop our provision so your needs are met.

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