FST and WBS students: work experience in a secondary school
29 October 2013
The UWAS Scheme gives you the chance to work in a school classroom, supporting teachers as well as exploring a career in teaching.
There are currently places available in maths and science. If you're a student in our Faculty of Science and Technology or Westminster Business School (if you have a maths A-level, or have achieved A-level standard in maths), don't miss this opportunity to boost your CV with valuable skills and experience.
The scheme consists of a 15-day placement in a secondary school and the placement can be completed in weekly blocks or in instalments (eg one day per week), while continuing your studies.
The application deadline is 10 November.
To apply and for more information, visit our school placements page.
If you have any questions, contact Elise Sherman, UWAS Coordinator, at [email protected] or on 020 3506 6056.
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