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Navigating Your University Choices - Year 12 students

Event is delivered by

  • King's College London

Event date

Available upon request

Event contact

Hannah Ogundipe Akinbode (Research Project Manager)

whatworks@kcl.ac.uk

Event description

Calling all schools! The What Works department from King's College London are running a free research project which aims to support schools as they help their year 12 students organise their research and make informed choices about universities and courses, with a focus on supporting girls from low-income backgrounds.

The university's objective is to test whether participation in an online decision-making module about university choices helps students feel more confident and knowledgeable that their decisions, regarding where and what to study, are right for them. 

The research project will run digitally via the King’s E-Learning and Teaching Service platform (KEATS) in June. The university plan is to conduct a pulse (4-week) RCT (Randomised Controlled Trial) where eligible students will be randomly selected into two groups.  

If you are interested in your school/sixth-form taking part in this research project, please do not hesitate to contact Hannah, using the contact details above by Wednesday 20th April.

Event type

  • Virtual webinar

Benefits

  • Free event
  • No travel required
  • Enhance knowledge and skills

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