Jo Pink
Tel: 020 7955 7645
Email: widening.participation@lse.ac.uk|

 

BSc Management Taster Day (Year 12)

This successful event is running for its second year and is open to 30 bright Year 12 pupils from London state schools and from backgrounds which means they don’t always consider university as the natural next step.

Management is a broad and rewarding degree programme which encompasses many disciplines, and we are hoping to offer places to students with an interest in Management, Economics, Finance, Accounting, Marketing and Human Resources.

The day includes:

  • An introduction to LSE and the Management Department
  • Specialist admissions advice tailored to those interested in applying to Management
  • Two interactive taster seminars where students can gain an insight into some of the topics they would study as a Management student
  • A guided tour of the LSE campus
  • The opportunity to network with current LSE Management undergraduate students and staff

This event is free of charge and lunch will be provided for all students attending the Taster Day.

Eligibility Criteria

Students that are considering applying for a Management or a related degree and who have the grades/predicted grades to attend a top university (A* to B grades) should apply for the conference.

Students that wish to join the BSc Management Taster Day must attend a London state school and priority will be given to those from schools which:

  •  Attain below the national average at A Level.
  •  Have over 35.1% of pupils on free school meals.

In addition, pupils who wish to participate must meet at least one of the following:

  •  Eligible for free school free school meals in Year 11
  •  Looked after child (in care)

Or two of the following:

  •  No parental experience of Higher Education (HE)
  •  Parents employed in low socio economic categories
  •  Live in an area of low participation to HE
  •  Have a disability
  •  From an ethnic group which is under represented in Higher Education

Please note that the BSc Management Day took place on Tuesday 15th July 2014. There will be further information the 2015 BSc Management Day in Spring 2015. 

 

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