The Concord College event with Imperial College, King’s College, LSE and UCL – “World Class Study in London” – was part of a month-long “Futures February” program designed to encourage students to think seriously about what when they leave the company they want to do Acton Burnell-based Concord.
Dr. Rob Pugh, Assistant Principal (Career and University Admission) said, “The February Futures program consists of pre-recorded academic lectures available in Microsoft teams to our students studying around the world.
“The conversations are in addition to live university coordinator meetings, Q&A sessions, social meetings and support from external speakers.
“We always look forward to welcoming the team to Concord each year to present a world-class study in London – that’s exactly it.
“Given the strong interest shown by Concordians in studying at universities in London, the event is always very well attended. This year was no exception with over 160 participants despite the online move.
“I am delighted that the students received valuable insights from representatives of these top universities and did not miss the helpful presentations. The Q&A session at the end of the conference was a digital hotspot. “
Dr. Pugh added, “We hope the event will help current students continue this longstanding track record.”
Concord’s annual world-class study conference in London was usually held at the college’s theater, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, students were invited to the virtual conference via Zoom.
And while Concord recognizes that some students may have their sights on other top universities in the UK or beyond, students have been encouraged to consider and consider other options as well as valuable advice on higher education such as: B. Admissions and Applications Process.
Sarah Mullen, Student Recruitment Coordinator at the London School of Economics and Political Science, said, “Our conversations about world-class studies in London highlight the benefits of studying in the city and provide an overview of study opportunities at four of the top London institutions.
“The sessions also allow us to provide advice and guidance on the UCAS application process and create a competitive application.”