Studying Computing (MEng) at Imperial College, London.
“I was greatly supported by Heart of England, especially for references. I was particularly supported for my international applications. Whilst Imperial was not my originally intended destination it has certainly been fantastic and I am looking forward to the next few years here. Hopefully more students consider applying here as the demand for STEM graduates is increasing and companies are often paying lots to secure anyone with an Imperial Degree.”
Studying English at the University of Cambridge.
“Heart of England encouraged me to develop my personal interests and to think both critically and broadly about the topic at hand. My subjects afforded me the opportunity to hone both my written and verbal communication. These skills have equipped me well for university and, I hope, the workplace.”
Studying Chemical Engineering (MEng) at the University of Birmingham
“Heart of England provided me with support and guidance whilst studying for my A levels and throughout the UCAS application and interview process. A wide range of extra-curricular activities were also available to me which enriched my skills and school experience. Staff always made time to help outside of lessons whenever it was needed and ensured that work was challenging and fulfilling, giving the best preparation for Degree level work.”
From experience, I can say that the support from teachers is excellent across the curriculum; from helping you to pluck up the courage to participate in your first drama or music lesson, to encouraging you to cook or speak a new language.