How to Write a Winning Personal Statement and Prepare for a Top University

How to Write a Winning Personal Statement and Prepare for a Top University

Writing a winning personal statement is a significant part of the university application process. Unfortunately,some students will session. Parents of children in the younger years will benefit from the information, so that they can plan ahead.

Writing a winning personal statement is a significant part of the university application process. Unfortunately,some students will fail to secure the place at their chosen university because they (and their parents) do not have experience of writing a winning personal statement or effectively communicating why they love their course or have chosen the university of their choice.

ACESAspire/APG is delighted to collaborate with Warwick University’s African Caribbean Society (ACS) to bring you an amazing webinar that will:

  • Delve deeper into the university application process
  • Help you and your child to gain the best tips, insights and strategies to prepare to write a strong statement that stands out and cuts through.
  • Highlight how to secure a place at a top university

This session is ideal for Years 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 students and their parents. It is imperative that Y13 and Y12 students attend this session. Parents of children in the younger years will benefit from the information, so that they can plan ahead.

This is an online event and joining details will be emailed prior to the event

There are limited places available. register here to book your spot. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-write-a-winning-personal-statement-and-prepare-for-a-top-university-tickets-473176623017

You can book your Free ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-write-a-winning-personal-statement-and-prepare-for-a-top-university-tickets-473176623017

How to Write a Winning Personal Statement and Prepare for a Top University

Writing a winning personal statement is a significant part of the university application process. Unfortunately,some students will session. Parents of children in the younger years will benefit from the information, so that they can plan ahead.

Writing a winning personal statement is a significant part of the university application process. Unfortunately,some students will fail to secure the place at their chosen university because they (and their parents) do not have experience of writing a winning personal statement or effectively communicating why they love their course or have chosen the university of their choice.

ACESAspire/APG is delighted to collaborate with Warwick University’s African Caribbean Society (ACS) to bring you an amazing webinar that will:

  • Delve deeper into the university application process
  • Help you and your child to gain the best tips, insights and strategies to prepare to write a strong statement that stands out and cuts through.
  • Highlight how to secure a place at a top university

This session is ideal for Years 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 students and their parents. It is imperative that Y13 and Y12 students attend this session. Parents of children in the younger years will benefit from the information, so that they can plan ahead.

This is an online event and joining details will be emailed prior to the event

There are limited places available. register here to book your spot. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-write-a-winning-personal-statement-and-prepare-for-a-top-university-tickets-473176623017

You can book your Free ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-write-a-winning-personal-statement-and-prepare-for-a-top-university-tickets-473176623017

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