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The University has hosted more than 300 Year 10 school pupils from local partner and associate schools for three Faculty-based residential Summer Schools.
The pupils visited the campus for three days to experience and explore courses, undertake activities and learn about future career paths within each Faculty area.
As well as spending time with university academic staff and undergraduates, the pupils also spent two nights in university accommodation to experience independent living for the first time.
The Summer Schools received a lot of very positive feedback from participants who commented on how much they enjoyed the residential experience, the friendliness of the staff and students they met and how it made them think further about applying to university.
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