Access VFX promotes diversity and inclusion in the VFX industry. This November Escape Studios are partnering with them to bring you Access: VFX Meet The Industry – a series of virtual events to help 15-18 year old understand more about careers in VFX, Animation and Games.
Hear from professionals working at PlayStation, Industrial Light & Magic, Union VFX, Moonraker VFX, MPC Advertising, The Mill and more.
For further information & details on how to register, go to
As you are aware, we are approaching application and interview stage for your Year 11 students. We would like to provide some information relating to changes to the Digital T-Levels Cardinal Newman are offering in 2021.
Digital T-Levels available:
Q & A Session
If you are interested in studying a T-Level qualification, the course tutors are holding two Q&A sessions on:
Tuesday 24th November 2020 at 4.30pm and Tuesday 1st December 2020 at 4.30pm.
This is a great opportunity to ask any questions, see the equipment you will be using and discuss any specific queries you may have.
To register for this event, please email email@example.com with your name and which date you wish to join and we'll be in touch with all the information you need prior to the session.
National Health Careers Live
CareerDays.co.uk is for any student aged who wants to experience different careers or gain work experience in their chosen field. From medicine, law, aviation, psychology, business or becoming a vet, they have a 1-day online event for you designed to give you an insight into life in your chosen field.
You'll spend half of the day with experts in the field, gaining first hand knowledge of what life is really like in that career through a live online session with hundreds of other students from all over the world.. You will also meet university admissions tutors who will give you an insight into life as a student, guide you through the application process and teach you how to secure a place to study at university.
After a break for lunch, the second part of the day is practical, so you'll get some work experience which will see you in good stead should you choose to pursue it in the future. They'll then provide a personalised certificate for you to use in your applications.
It's their aim that by the end of the day you'll have a better understanding of the career you are considering and all the tools to make it a success.
Applications for work experience with Lancashire Teaching Hospitals are accepted January, February, May and September.
Architecture | Computer Science | Dentistry | Engineering | Investment Banking | Medicine | Psychology | Veterinary Medicine
How do you get into Medical School?
We've produced a really useful guide for your students interested in studying medicine at university. It's completely free so feel free to link to it below or forward onto your students considering medicine who are aged 14-17.
It covers all the questions we usually get asked by students surrounding the application process to med school from personal statements to interviews, UKCAT examinations, work experience and A-level questions.
Here's the link:
We hope it can be useful to your students considering careers in medicine and that it can be added to your school resources list. We also welcome any questions from your budding medics anytime!
The PremedProjects Team