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15 Jul 2015

School Students visit University for Human Biology residential

School students from across the Midlands visited Loughborough University last week as part of a Human Biology residential.

The students stayed overnight on campus and took part in a wide range of activities. From hands on lab sessions to Human Biology lectures, the students were given a taster into University life.

They were also given the chance to meet and engage with current undergraduates who could offer insight to A Level students ahead of their University applications in September.

Subject Outreach Specialist (STEM) Dr Sian Williams, who organised the residential, said: "We were thrilled to welcome 30 year 12 students to experience a range of activities delivered by the Human Biology department. The aim is to give the students a taster of University life and provide them with information to help them in their choices of both course and University."

One student who attended the residential described the trip as a ‘great experience that offered a real insight into Human Biology as a degree choice and University life.'