Sixth Form University and FE Resources - 22nd June 2020
UCL - Competition
This competition, run by UCL openDemocracy is open to school and university students (aged 14 and up) to share their vision of the future, with prizes of £200, £100 or £50 in book tokens plus the chance for personal mentoring from the panel of some of the world's foremost thinkers and some fantastic work experience with either UCL or openDemocracy.
Entrants can submit either a written article, short video or image that describes their vision for the world after the coronavirus crisis has passed.
Liverpool John Moores University
Next Tuesday (30th June) we are hosting an event with the BBC online. Please find attached more details. To book places, students can use the link below.
How to succeed in the Media and Creative Industries: with BBC and LJMU panelists
Virtual Event for: Year 11 and Sixth Form pupils, and Media/Careers teachers
LJMU applicants and students are also welcome to attend
Tuesday, 30th June 2020 | 1:00pm – 3:00pm
The Media Industry offers exciting career paths to all talented individuals. Is this for you or your students?
This webinar will be of interest to anyone who wants to study or have a career in the Media (Journalism, Television, Film, Online, Digital Media Platforms) in technical, creative or production roles.
Guest speakers will include:
- Ngunan Adamu: Producer/Presenter, BBC Radio Merseyside and media entrepreneur
- Mark Fothergill: Creative producer at BBC Future Experience Technologies
- Kieron Collins: TV Creative Director and Executive Producer
You will also meet staff and students from LJMU’s Screen School and learn more about LJMU’s Media facilities, programmes of study and the student experience
Please register here to receive a full itinerary for this virtual event.
We have an exciting opportunity coming up for students aged 16-20 that we would love to share with you and your students.
#FuturesUP is an online multi-industry networking event where students can engage with top employers whilst gaining valuable online work experience of various careers.
Students can build their own agenda and choose from 4 different inspiring sessions:
Session 1: Finance and accounting with UBS, J.P. Morgan, PwC & KPMG (1:30pm-2:30pm)
Session 2: Digital and consultancy with PwC, Deloitte & IBM (1:30pm-2:30pm)
Session 3: STEM with Arm, MBDA and GCHQ (2:30pm-3:30pm)
Session 4: Law with Clifford Chance & DWF (2:30pm-3:30pm)
The event is taking place online on Thursday 9th July from 1pm - 4pm, with an opening presentation from PwC.
Interested students can register online here.