University Days

On Friday the Lower Sixth headed off in three different directions to visit Bath, Birmingham and Oxford Brookes University in a bid…

On Friday the Lower Sixth headed off in three different directions to visit Bath, Birmingham and Oxford Brookes University in a bid to help them begin their search for their next steps after Cranleigh School.

Saturday morning gave our Lower Sixth Formers a huge amount to think about. We welcomed back Chantelle Phillips,currently doing a Degree Apprenticeship at KPMG,  who explained what a degree apprenticeship is really like, helping to dispel the myths associated with them.

There were talks from Oxford Brookes about how to write a personal statement and Dundee University about applications to Scottish Universities. Gordon Neil also explained how to apply to an International University.

The Atrium was alive with Old Cranleighans sharing their experiences of university, careers and gap years in our speed dating event, whilst other pupils also researched courses and apprenticeships on Unifrog.

We look forward to a busy week ahead with Flying Start.

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