Are you a care leaver, care-experienced or estranged student currently studying at university? Thinking about what comes next? Want some advice on living independently?
Life After University aims to offer information and help develop some of the key skills required for students to make a successful transition to independent living after graduating, including guidance on applying for jobs or further study, finding accommodation, money management and wellbeing.
The event will run from 11:00 – 15:30 on Tuesday 27 February 2018 at Fyvie Hall, Regent Campus, University of Westminster.
It’s FREE to attend and includes lunch and refreshments. A promotional flyer can be downloaded here.
Confirmed speakers or attending organisations include:
- Matthew Blood (Islington Virtual School)
- Peter Eldrid (Brunel University London Counselling Service
- Barclays Life Skills
- Drive Forward Foundation partner employers
- Smart Works
- Staff and alumni from a number of AccessHE member universities
Life After University is put together by the AccessHE Care Experienced and Estranged Students forum and kindly hosted by the University of Westminster.
Please contact Sam Turner, London Programmes Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to ask any questions.