Studying at university is often a big culture shock for students, along with a multitude of other shocks to the system.
You’ve left home. You’ve started doing independent research. You’re working with your tutors for the first time.
It can be difficult to have the confidence to hold your own – but it’s far from impossible!
Many of us felt the same way when we began our university lives, but, this didn’t need to be the case.
- This full day event is completely free of charge and available to anyone who wishes to join.
- We will be looking at a range of challenges which women often face when applying for university, as current students and academics before, during, and after their time at university.
- Throughout the day you’ll hear from successful women in a whole range of fields, with varied experiences in academia and beyond.
- We’ll be covering everything from a history of female engagement in the sciences, the nuances of applying as an international or mature student, tips for challenging internal bias and maintaining motivation and a work-life balance, and you can dip in and out to the events that interest you throughout the day.
- We’re holding the entire event online due to COVID-19 and ease of use for our attendees. We want you all to leave this event feeling empowered and ready to take on the next steps in your life without any disadvantages, whether they’re psychological or not.
10:00AM - 10:30AM
11:00AM - 12:00AM
Women In STEM [Panel]
12:00PM - 13:00PM
International Applicants To Oxbridge
13:30PM - 14:30PM
Ancient Roles Of Women
14:30PM - 15:30PM
BME Medical Applicants
15:30PM - 16:30PM
Progressing In Academia
16:30PM - 17:00PM
How do I join?
To join the webinar, simply visit this page and fill out the registration form for free. You’ll be taken to RunTheWorld where the webinar is hosted to enter a few details and get the link for the day.
We can’t wait for the event and would love to see as many of you there as possible. We truly believe this will help any women looking to apply to university, or currently facing challenges in their life due to their gender.