Last week the School of Mathematics and Physics hosted 5 work experience students from Lincoln University Technical College, Branston Community Academy and William Farr.
The aim of the week was to give a taste of what it would be like to study Mathematics or Physics at the University of Lincoln (or elsewhere), and for the students to gain some experience related to working in a university.
On Monday the students were given a tour of the University of Lincoln campus and the Isaac Newton Building in which the School of Mathematics and Physics is based. We also gave the students a very useful talk about the university application process and finances.
“We received some insightful information about how to make your
application stand out from other applications, how to know how much money you
will receive from loans and how to use student loans when living independently.”
On Monday afternoon…
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