Published: 8 May 2013 at 10:07
Anglia Ruskin is offering a series of exciting free courses for Year 10-12 students
Youngsters in the East of England have until Wednesday, 15 May to apply for a place on one of Anglia Ruskin University’s free Summer School courses.
The series of exciting residential and non-residential Summer Schools are being held on Anglia Ruskin’s Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses, as well as The College of West Anglia (Milton campus), University Centre Peterborough and University Centre Harlow. However, places are limited so students are urged to apply soon to avoid disappointment.
The residential Summer Schools, which include free accommodation in halls of residence, are for Year 12 students, and the subjects offered include enterprise and marketing, science, law and the health profession.
The residential courses involve staying three nights on campus and four days of lectures, practical work and activities. Working alongside academics and current undergraduates, students will gain a proper insight into university life and their chosen subject area.
The two-day non-residential courses for Years 10 to 12 cover a wide range of subjects including journalism, veterinary nursing, forensic science, animation and architecture.
Nicola Lumb of Anglia Ruskin said: