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Student Opportunities

NHS - work experience & Apprentice opportunities - Slough & UK

Entry routes into primary care.  With some links and information:



  • Frimley Health Foundation Trust arrange work experience programmes each year in their hospitals, for more information students can go to: There tends to be application deadline dates so it’s important that students keep an eye on the website – email address: 


  • There is also information about the T levels FHFT are engaged with.



  • GP Practices do host pre-registration students, foundation and degree apprentices and other ad-hoc university requests – these are usually managed via the university with the 

TV Programme 'Bring the Drama' BTS Opportunity:

Complementing the six-part BBC Two and IPlayer series, the Bring the Drama Festival is your chance to look behind the scenes of film, TV, and theatres. If you're interested in a career in stage or screen, or want to find out more about working in the creative industries, this is the place to look. Their brand-new series of short films will spotlight people in creative roles in productions including Matilda the Musical, Hamilton, Waterloo Road, Shrek the Musical, and the Harry Potter films.

Royal Holloway University Opportunities:

Summer University at Royal Holloway:

A university residential opportunity for Year 12 students.

Students will get the chance to:

  • Explore a range of subject insight sessions
  • Meet fellow students and our current university students
  • Take part in social activities
  • Stay overnight in our university accommodation

Event Date - 27 -28 June 2024 (Application closing date 10th March 2024)

For more information and how to apply please check our website link below:

Youth Action for Nature Event:

Surrey Wildlife Trust and Royal Holloway University of London are coming together to launch this FREE event, hosted at the University.

The day will empower young people to take action for nature with talks on the biodiversity and climate crises, nature based solutions, green careers as well as highlighting the latest research in this area. We'll also be running a mini BioBlitz on campus, identifying as many species on campus as we can. The event is free, but booking is essential to secure your students places. 

The event is intended for Year 10 to Year 13 students and you can find out more details and how to book here.