Are you aged 12-14 and aspire to become a top lawyer, doctor, engineer or investment banker in the future?
The ‘Step Into Your Future’ Weekend, gives you the opportunity to gain an immersive experience in one of these professions right now. You will be coached by leading doctors, engineers, investment bankers and lawyers in how to fulfil their dreams, with guidance all the way from GCSE choices through to A-level/IB, university and beyond.
The weekend is split into four distinct half-day sessions. Saturday will be dedicated to Medicine (morning) and Engineering (afternoon) and Sunday to Law (morning) and Investment Banking (afternoon). Students can choose to attend any number of sessions across the two days.
The programme includes a series of interactive simulations, seminars, case studies, and Q&A sessions with a team of accomplished professionals.
Listen to a heartbeat and understand how to read an ECG
Interactive public speaking exercises
Analyse a merger between two of the world’s biggest companies
The programme will give you three pillars of a successful professional future:
£75/half-day session/student. Places are limited. If 2 or more places are booked students receive a 10% discount. Enter code FUTURE10 at checkout to benefit from this. (included within the programme will be a guided tour of parts of the university campus which is available to all programme attendees).
For a full list of terms and conditions, please click here.
University College, London (UCL)
This programme is for students aged 12-14 who have the passion and ambition to both learn about these careers, and start boosting their UCAS/college applications & CVs.
There is no application process, and you can secure your place simply by clicking “Register Now”. We operate on a first-come first-served basis and programme places are limited; we are usually full a couple of months in advance of the programme date. No prior knowledge or experience is required to join this programme as we build your knowledge from the basics up to more advanced concepts.