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The Biology department of the University of York is offering an exciting summer work experience opportunity for a small cohort of Year 10 and Year 12 students (around 10 students in total). The work experience week during the w/c 20th August 2018 will include group sessions on general lab skills, presentation skills, advice on University applications and careers advice, as well as time spent working in research labs in the department.
The admission of students to the summer work experience programme is competitive. We have based our application form on the UCAS application form, to give the students the opportunity to get some practice, and we will give feedback to the participants on their applications.
The application form below can be sent directly by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively complete the form and return to Mrs Nelson.
Application deadline: 30/06/2018.
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A-Level Subject Choices:
Year 11 Guide to A Level subjects Russell Group has published an excellent guide to choosing A Level subjects, called “Informed Choices. Click below to watch the video and to read the guide:
Lunch Time Drop Ins:
Please come along – all year groups welcome. No question too small or too large! Hot topics this week have been Year 11 Taster Days and Year 9 GCSE options, but we have also covered being a professional comedian, becoming an Olympic gymnast, practice interview for a Law degree at York University and assessment centre advice for a student applying for an apprenticeship at Nestle.