Seven students from Ardingly College have been offered places at prestigious universities. The students were offered places at Oxford and Cambridge for various different subjects. Tom Cunningham from Balcombe, received a place for geography. Simon Walton, Crawley Down, has been accepted for a place on a music degree. He said: “I’m extremely excited for this opportunity and am very grateful for all the support I received during the application process.”Slaugham resident, Ella Spilling has been offered a place for an English degree. She said: ““I’m very thankful for all the support I received in obtaining this offer and the great opportunity this now provides me with.”Isabelle Worssam from East Grinstead, has been awarded a natural science degree place.Athena Browning, offer was for a German degree.Melissa Terzi, has been granted a place to study music.One of the universities has extended a place for Luca Williams to study Philosophy and … [Read more...] about Ardingly College students scoop prestigious university places
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Family & Education Martin Rosenbaum Freedom of information specialist @rosenbaum6 on Twitter 8 December 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-46430204 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Students often end up making lifelong … [Read more...] about University friends: By chance or by design?
PUBLISHED: 16:07 04 September 2018 Anne Suslak University of Hertfordshire graduations 2018. Picture: University of Hertfordshire Archant Students are celebrating at St Albans Cathedral this week as they graduate from the University of Hertfordshire. Around 16,000 students are donning graduation robes and descending on the city centre alongside family and friends between Monday, September 3 and Tuesday, September 11.The University is also awarding honorary degrees to ‘pillars of the community’ for outstanding contributions to academic disciplines, charity, professions or public service.This year’s recipients include celebrated soprano Sarah Brightman, former international footballer and founder of the Willow Foundation Robert Wilson OBE, author Kenneth Follett and Judge Andrew Bright QC, who presides over cases at St Albans crown court.The awards will be presented by university chancellor Lord Salisbury, vice-chancellor Professor Quintin … [Read more...] about University of Hertfordshire students celebrate graduation
Brexit is a labyrinth that can seem impossible to navigate. The vast quantity of information available on the subject hasn’t brought with it the most crucial thing; clarity. We are now hearing stories of the government stockpiling food, medicines and blood, painting a picture of an almost apocalyptic hunger games. We have heard almost nothing about what the impacts of Brexit will be on education, and what has been mentioned has focussed solely on higher education, with no mention of the further education sector. I don’t want Brexit to happen. I didn’t vote for it, Northern Ireland didn’t vote for it and, overwhelmingly, students didn’t vote for it. It will be disastrous for the North in so many ways, from the threat it poses to peace and potentially undermining the Good Friday Agreement, to what it will do to the agricultural sector and small cross-border businesses; but even more so for the students and apprentices studying here. Will we … [Read more...] about The best Brexit deal for students is staying in the EU, which is why I’m backing the Final Say campaign
Step-by-step guide to A-level Results Day Step-by-step guide to Adjustment Step-by-step guide to Clearing With A-Level Results Day and Clearing fast approaching and the new university year starting in the next couple of months, the Student Loans Company is busy getting student finances ready. This year, over one million students across England and Wales have already applied for their finance. But if you’re not quite as organised, there's still time to get your application in. You can update your course or university details later but it’s best to get the application in as early as possible as it can take six weeks to process an application, if we’ve received all the correct evidence. Student finance is essential for most people attending university or college, to assist with everyday living costs. Many young people will be moving into rented accommodation and having to deal with their own finances for the first time and some students have their own … [Read more...] about Student finance 2018: how to apply for last minute funding