And online facilitated course for A-level students, funded by the Reece Foundation
Course topics include:
Dates and times
Tuesday 2 to Thursday 4 November 2021
4 pm to 6.30 pm
Online via Zoom
Dan Bowen is studying for a PhD at the University of Bath, where he completed a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. Dan’s research focuses on the development of new, autonomous, flexible metal forming machinery and has been involved in both many outreach projects at Villiers Park.
This course sets out to inspire and challenge you in a non-competitive environment, mixing with like- minded students from across the UK and tutored by two subject experts. Participation can be acknowledged under Preparation for HE on your UCAS application form. Students need to be studying both Mathematics and Physics.
The course will be delivered online using a variety of methods, including lectures, student presentations, self- directed learning and class discussions. There will be some preparatory work.
This course is free for students on our Future Leaders Programme and for students from other schools who meet our disadvantage criteria. In light of Covid, our disadvantage criteria is wider to include students who have experienced disrupted education. We will not ask for proof on this occasion.