Year 12 Sutton Trust Summer School

Date: 29-Jul-2019

Dates: 29 July to 2 August 2019 

Location: Warwick Campus

Time(s): Residential event

Target year group: Year 12

Information: The Sutton Trust Summer School will involve a range of academic, informative and social activities designed to replicate a 1st year undergraduate experience at a world-class university. You will be taught by leading academics and post-graduate students in a range of lecture based, interactive and discursive seminar group work sessions.Current Warwick students will also support you throughout the week, answering questions about student life and generally being that friendly face to make sure you feel at home.

You will stay in the University's Halls of Residences on campus with all catering provided throughout the week, including a Formal Dinner on the final evening. A range of social activities in the evenings will ensure that you have the opportunity to relax, get to know each other and talk to Warwick students.

We have a number of new collaborative streams as part of our Sutton Trust Summer School for 2019!

Classics and Ancient History, Film & Television Studies, History of Art

Computer Science

Law

Life Sciences - Biology

Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE)

Politics, Sociology and Liberal Arts

Benefits of attending this event: The experience should leave you inspired and enthused about your subject, feeling equipped to embrace the next stages of your educational journey in terms of making an informed decision about your future. Of course, we also hope that you will also make friends for life, a significant part of any university experience.

How to book a place: https://summerschools.suttontrust.com/how-to-apply/

Any steps required to confirm your attendance with the university running the event: Please contact McNicholl, Catherine C.McNicholl@warwick.ac.uk if you have any questions

It may be possible to have reasonable travelling expenses reimbursed to attend an RO event/activity. You should check in advance with the university delivering the event to see if this is possible by contacting Marie Diebolt at rowarwick@warwick.ac.uk to find out what you need to do.