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With courses in Social Sciences...
The School of Social Sciences would like to invite Post-16 students to a day exploring subjects that shape the society we live in, as part of the International Day of Happiness. #happyday
- From: Thursday 20 March 2014, 9.30 am
- To: Thursday 20 March 2014, 3.30 pm
- Location: Lecture Theatre 10, Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
"I feel that the course has helped me to explore my horizons and has opened my mind to the real problems and issues that young people face." Surraya Mahmood, Youth Studies, BA (Hons)
We want students to love the courses they study and feel happy that they have made a fully informed decision about their future.
This day will give post 16 students an interactive taste of studying disciplines such as:
- youth studies /youth in society
With engaging seminar style workshops based around the theme of happiness, students will debate and discuss topics in these areas and find out more about what courses in social sciences can offer.
"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Confucius
The day will end with a seminar focussing on employability, providing students with information about how a degree in social sciences can help to develop the skills employers are looking for and widen career options.
Places are limited to 40 students - don't miss out!
This is a free event.
Bookings are welcome from individual students or school / college groups.
For further information or if you have any queries, please email Fran Bonner or telephone +44 (0)115 848 2944.
*For group bookings please be aware of the following: We are required to target learners who are from disadvantaged backgrounds and statistically less likely to progress on to further and higher education. We are required to ensure that at least 66% of the learners who engage in our activities meet one or more of these criteria. These include learners who:
- reside in deprived neighbourhoods, where progression rates to higher education are low
- are from low socio-economic backgrounds
- are currently in receipt of a post-16 bursary
- are in receipt of free school meals
- are currently looked-after / in care or have recently left care
- have a disability
- post-16 students on vocational qualifications in state funded institutions (who are doing no more than one standard A-level)
- mature students (those on an Access course and / or those over 21-years-old).
We can help you identify a cohort if you could provide us with the postcodes of learners within your group and an explanation of how they meet the above criteria. Please contact us for more information.