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University Fair 2017

Sep. 20, 2017
Time: 
17:00 — 19:30
 

 

Maidstone Grammar School University Fair 2017

Wednesday 20th September 2017 from 5.00pm -7.30pm

The MGS University Fair is a FREE event, open to students in Years 10, 11, 12 and 13 attending Maidstone schools, and their parents/carers.

The University Fair is an opportunity for students and parents to meet with university representatives from leading universities in the UK and to find out more about the universities, courses available, entry requirements, applications, funding and scholarships etc.

The following institutions have confirmed attendance at the event,:

Academy of Contemporary Music, Aston University, University of Bath, University of Birmingham, University of Bristol, University of Bournemouth, Brunel University, University of Buckingham, University of Cambridge, Canterbury Christ Church University, Cardiff University, Coventry University, Durham University, University of Dundee, University of East Anglia, University of Essex, Gap 360 (Gap Year Projects), University of Glasgow, University of Greenwich, Hadlow College, Imperial College London, University of Kent, King's College London, Lancaster University, University of Leicester, University of Lincoln, University of Liverpool,  Loughborough University, Mid-Kent College, University of Oxford, Pearson College; Queen Mary University, Queen's University Belfast, Ravensbourne, University of Reading, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Royal Holloway University, University of Sheffield,  University of Southampton, University of Surrey, University of Sussex, University of St. Andrews, Swansea University, University for the Creative Arts, University College London, University of Warwick, University of York.

If you wish to attend, please register here

N.B. Registration is essential in order that we know how many people to expect. Please do not turn up on the day without registering in advance.

 
  • "My son was skipping and jumping through the halls, and his excitement to show off his school and his lessons was very heart warming. He comes home daily with happy stories about his day at school. He has doubled in confidence and has taken on much more responsibility for himself in such a very short time." - A New Year 7 parent
  • "I'd like to send a quick note on behalf of my son, who attended the Brazil fair (Year 6 outreach event) yesterday. He had a great time and was so excited when he came home and couldn't stop talking about the amazing things that he did whilst at the school. Thank you so much to you and all the boys from MGS who helped make the afternoon such a success. " - Parent of a year 6 student
  • "My husband and I wanted to send a message to say how very impressed we were with our guide on Thursday evening and what a wonderful ambassador he was for your school. His manners were impeccable and he conversed confidently and informatively with us both. In addition, he engaged our 9 year old without patronizing him made his visit fun and insightful. Jack greatly contributed to our first impression of Maidstone Grammar School being such an overwhelmingly positive experience." - A visiting prospective parent
  • "Students’ achievement is outstanding, both in their academic programmes and their personal development." - Ofsted (2013)
  • "My son is in year 7 and was struggling with 2 heavy musical instruments, a school bag, his diabetes bag and his lunch bag this morning and I saw 2 sixth formers rush over to help him carry his bags. I just want to register my thanks." - Parents of a new year 7 student
  • "There is not a week which goes by even now without me thinking of the school with gratitude, and of its teachers who never gave up on me and allowed me a chance in life. " - Words from an Old Maidstonian
  • "The sixth form is outstanding. Students’ above average attainment at the higher grades in AS and A level equip them exceptionally well for higher education and careers of their choice." - Ofsted (2013)