A webinar aimed at helping you to make your choice about where and what to study at university.
Taking Place: Tuesday 12th January 2021
13:00 - 13:45 BST
So you’ve decided that you want to go to university and study for a degree. Great! But what next? It’s time to choose what course you want to study and which university is the perfect place for you.
We know that there are many universities and degree subjects out there, and it can feel tricky knowing where to begin. In this webinar, we will cover:
- how to find a degree subject that inspires and excites you
- tips on how to research different universities and courses
- what factors to consider when making your choices
You will receive some tips from our staff who have supported with or overseen university applications, and you’ll also get the opportunity to hear from a current student as to how they went about making their life changing decision to study at university. It’s not to be missed.
Host – Amy Knott
Amy is an Outreach & Recruitment Officer based in Birmingham, UK. Pre-COVID, you would find her out and about at various events in schools, colleges, out in communities, and at university fairs; as well as organising open days at the study centres - all involving speaking to people about Arden University. Since the pandemic hit, she has overseen the transition of these events to an online setting and has hosted many webinars over recent months. She also manages Arden’s Student Ambassadors through activities on Unibuddy and The Student Room, amongst others.
Towella Ngambi – Principal Lecturer, Foundation Year
Towella Ngambi teaches Psychology and is Principal Lecturer for the Foundation Year and Pearson Programmes. Before joining Arden, she worked in Social Care organisations, which dealt with Homelessness, Drug rehabilitation, Re-offenders and Mental Health. She also taught mainly hard to reach young people within inner city London, where she was able to support learners and service users through mental health intervention programmes. She has a Masters in Applied Psychology and is a Member of the British Psychological Society.
Toni Bennett – current student
I’m Toni, a 23 year old student from the South East of England currently completing a degree through distance learning; due to the demands of my everyday life, I felt this flexibility was the best option for me. Having had a consistent interest in individuals and the reasoning behind why we do such things, both moral and immoral, lead me to studying a Criminology and Psychology degree.