University of Birmingham Summer School for Successful Students

Eleven Year 10 students have secured a place on the Birmingham University Summer School residential and taster days in July, a fantastic achievement.

The Summer Residential programmes provide a fantastic opportunity for able students with no history of higher education in their family to consider university as a viable option for their future, and to experience it first hand by staying on campus and going to lectures like normal students.

The students attending are:

First name Surname Application Outcome
Matthew Sutcliffe Ambitious Futures Day (non-residential): 10 July
Monae Robinson Ambitious Futures Day (non-residential): 10 July
Santanna Prince Ambitious Futures Day (non-residential): 10 July
Tinofara Sengweni Ambitious Futures Day (non-residential): 10 July
Amin Ali Health Sciences: 16 – 18 July
Caira Guy Health Sciences: 16 – 18 July
Kasandra Kathaushaite Health Sciences: 16 – 18 July
Linda Mwita Health Sciences: 16 – 18 July
Hollie Barnes Health Sciences: 19 – 21 July
Jack Chapman Routes to My Future: 16 – 18 July
Mia Williams Routes to My Future: 16 – 18 July