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Parents' and Supporters' Webinar and Q&A

Parents' and Supporters' Webinar and Q&A

Register to join us at our event for parents on Wednesday, 17 March 2021, 18:00-19:00.

Ideal for parents of Year 12 students who will be applying to university next year, this event will be delivered by our UK schools and colleges team, who work with schools and colleges across the UK to support students' journey to higher education.

The evening will consist of a 20 minute presentation on the UCAS process, including the steps of filling in the UCAS form, writing a personal statement, and what happens next with your child's application. The rest of the evening will be a panel Q&A to answer your questions related to university. You are welcome to pre-submit questions via the registration form below, or ask them via our Chat function during the live event. 

Once you have completed the registration form, we will be in touch shortly to share the link to the event. The event will take place on Microsoft Teams, which can be accessed on your computer, mobile phone or other devices such as consoles or tablets. More information on how to access the event will be provided on registration. 

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