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Pre-University Disability Event This Weekend

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Hi all! I've not been super active in the forums, but I wanted to share an event I'm organising with another disability group that I thought might be of interest!

Head Up! is a disabled student/graduate-led organisation that offers mentoring and events for young people interested in higher educaton.

The event, on the 27th August at 3pm, is a 'pre-university' Q&A, so it is mainly focused on the student experience for anyone who is transitioning to university this year, but is open to all! 

The panel is to be confirmed but currently has students from Cambridge, Bristol, and York, who are a mix of STEM and humanities students.

I thought I'd share this in this part of the forum in case anyone is interested, or knows someone who might be!


I've linked the Facebook post just as it has the alt-text in the post body and in the alt-text field, but here is the link direct to the signup form too: https://forms.gle/rRSWPjc4Kniyf6aE8

We run this event and mentoring every year so feel free to follow us on social media if that sounds useful! Also if you're a grad/student who wants to be involved feel free to get in touch too  :)
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