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News: A Lev­el stu­dents get a taste of uni­ver­si­ty life

Ntu Visit 2022

More than 100 final year A Level students benefitted from a visit to Nottingham Trent University (NTU) last month, giving them a real insight into university-level study and all it entails.

The Stu­dent Finance and Thriv­ing at Uni­ver­si­ty’ pre­sen­ta­tion was led by Veni­ta Chad­da from the NTU Post-16 Out­reach team, who was accom­pa­nied by a cur­rent NTU stu­dent, who shared her per­son­al expe­ri­ences and point­ers with students.

Via their mobile phones, stu­dents got the oppor­tu­ni­ty to pose ques­tions direct­ly to the experts, which were then dis­played on the big screen of the audi­to­ri­um. They cov­ered a range of top­ics — from clear­ing and accom­mo­da­tion to extra-cur­ric­u­lar activ­i­ties and man­ag­ing finances.

We have a great work­ing rela­tion­ship with our neigh­bours, NTU, who give our stu­dents lots of cru­cial infor­ma­tion and advice. 

This event was real­ly pos­i­tive and engag­ing for our stu­dents. They could ask gen­uine ques­tions and received a real human response. Many of our stu­dents will be pro­gress­ing to uni­ver­si­ty lat­er this year, so this oppor­tu­ni­ty was invaluable. 

 — Robin Ather­lay — High Pave­ment Sixth Form Manager
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  • 8th February 2022 (11:10 AM)
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