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For students at international schools: There are many subjects and careers to choose from when it comes to sciences. Hear from our expert panel from Radboud and Lancaster University to find out more about these career paths and whether sciences could be the right subject choice for you.
For students at international schools: Criminology is a subject that can take you in many different directions, from police detective to lawyer. Find out more about what it’s like to study criminology and learn more about the potential career paths with expertise from University College Cork, Aberystwyth University, and University of Guelph.
For students at international schools: At the heart of engineering is designing and creating based on mathematical and scientific principles. Hear from Vilnius Tech, Trinity College Dublin, Imperial College London, and Galway University to learn more, and decide whether engineering could be the subject for you.
For students at international schools: Politics and international relations is at the core of how countries communicate and operate. In this webinar, IE, Bocconi University, and University College Fryslan will discuss the different topics you can study in politics and potential career pathways you can take.
For students at international schools: Are you interested in learning how a business can succeed? Do you have a passion for hospitality? Join Audencia, Glion and Les Roches, and Royal Holloway, University of London to discover subjects and careers in business and hospitality.
For students at international schools: The field of liberal arts is vast: it includes the areas of humanities, social and physical sciences, as well as maths. Join this webinar to hear from John Cabot, Chicago University, and the American University of Rome about what it’s like to study liberal arts and where it can take you in the future.
For students at international schools: From performing arts to creative writing, there are many pathways you can choose in the creative arts industry. Hear from OCAD, the New School, and Norwich University of the Arts to find out if this subject is the best next step for you.
For students at international schools: Computer science skills and experience are valued by employers now more than ever. Join Lancaster University Leipzig, Karel de Grote, and Falmouth University to learn what it’s like to study computer science and some of the career paths you could follow with a degree in this subject.