Our very first Futures Event at Wycliffe took place on Wednesday 28th September. The day was devoted to giving all our pupils a chance to consider a range of options for when they leave compulsory education at the age of 18, with direct access to providers of further and higher education and apprenticeships. We have gathered representatives of top UK, US, European, Australian, New Zealand and Canadian universities, as well as significant employers. Visiting in Year groups, each pupil had the chance to peruse the exhibits and also hear from them in short introductory talks throughout the day. A special session ran exclusively for Wycliffe parents and guardians, starting with five minute presentations covering each of UK Universities, US Universities and Apprenticeships.

Attendees included;

UK universities

Oxford Brookes

SOAS

Swansea University

University of Birmingham

University of Bournemouth

University of Plymouth

University of St. Andrews

University of Surrey

University of Westminster

 

International universities

Burnett Global Education (business management and hospitality courses in Switzerland, Spain, China, Australia, USA and London)

Emily Car University of Art and Design (Canada)

Maastrict University (Netherlands)

Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (Canada)

OCAD University (Canada)

Queens University (Canada)

Ryerson University (Canada)

Savannah College of Art and Design (USA)

Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology (Canada)

Sewanee (USA)

StudyOptions (New Zealand and Australia)

University of British Columbia (Canada)

University of Georgia (USA)

University of Guelph (Canada)

University of Toronto (Canada)

William and Mary College (USA)

 

Apprenticeship providers

Army

BPE Solicitors

Lloyds Bank

Navy

RAF

Renishaw

Rolls Royce

South West Apprenticeship Company

 

Other opportunities

Ian Birkbeck, Projects Abroad (gap year options)

Rob Thomas, Sporting Elite USA (sporting scholarships in the US)

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