More than 40 universities and colleges to attend education fair at Kendal (From The Westmorland Gazette)
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More than 40 universities and colleges to attend education fair at Kendal
10:00am Monday 9th June 2014 in News
MORE than 40 universities and colleges from around the UK will be exhibiting at the annual South Lakes Higher Education Fair.
Students from South Lakes and Furness will be attending the event at Kendal College between 10am-12 noon on Thursday, June 26.
Students will have the chance to find out what each institution has to offer, which courses have high success rates in getting students into jobs, how much it will cost to study and what facilities are available.
The event is organised by Inspira, a career management and development organisation with a reception area in Kendal college.
Area Manager Claire Willett said: “I am delighted we are able to offer this opportunity for students to research their options and find out more about the courses and careers available. This is essential to make a well informed decision about whether higher education is the right choice. The cost of study may be a significant factor for some students, so thinking about whether to attend local higher education provision rather than a university in a big city, where the cost of living will be higher, needs to be taken into account. Students also need to consider if there are all the facilities available that they require and if a big or small campus would suit them best. For some courses, such as veterinary science, there are only 12 institutions in England offering this qualification, so choices are immediately limited.”
Lattitude Global Volunteering will also be present, highlighting some of their international volunteering opportunities.
Inspira aims to offer services and programmes to help young people and adults build skills for life and employment.
Find out more from Inspira on 01539 730045.
Kendal College, University of Aberdeen, Aston University, Bangor University, University of Bolton Bradford College, University of Central Lancashire, University of Chester, University of Dundee.
Edge Hill University, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, Furness College University of Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian University, Heriot-Watt University, University of Huddersfield.
University of Hull, Lancaster University, University of Lincoln, University of Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool John Moores University, University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Myerscough College, Newcastle University, University of Northumbria, Queens College Oxford, Queen Margaret University, Royal Agriculture University, SRUC (Scottish Rural University Colleges) University of St Andrews.
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