Social Work Application Talk 2014
An informal afternoon talk about applying to university to study for a Social Work degree. It is an ideal session for Year 13 students completing their UCAS applications and a good preparation for Year 12 students planning their future.
- From: Wednesday 15 October 2014, 1 pm
- To: Wednesday 15 October 2014, 3 pm
- Location: City site, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
Students interested in studying a Social Work degree at university are invited to attend our application session.
The event will include:
- information and advice to help students complete a good UCAS application and prepare for the interview
- an introduction to social work and studying a social work degree at NTU
- an informal and interactive session where you get the opportunity to quiz students and staff studying and teaching on the course.
There will also be an opportunity to take a tour of the City site and meet current undergraduates.
- Registration - 1 pm
- Tour of city site
- Studying for a Social Work Degree at NTU: an introduction to Social Work, our course, the application process and what we look for in potential undergraduates
- Student Life session
- Close - 3 pm
*Programme may change slightly
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 Nayala Rehmat or telephone +44 (0)115 848 6414.
*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.