The Pathway Opportunity Programme provides a route to Queen's University for talented young people who live in Northern Ireland who have the ability to study at Queen's but may require additional support and encouragement to reach their full potential.
Throughout Years 13 and 14, Pathway students will benefit from a structured series of events designed to aid progression to Queen's University, including receiving admissions guidance and support. Students will also participate in a week long assessed residential summer school in July 2019. Participants who successfully complete the programme will benefit from a guaranteed conditional offer to study at Queen's University in a selected course in their Pathway subject and, depending on their performance on the assessed summer school, may benefit from receiving a reduced admissions offer which may be up to two A-level grades (or equivalent) lower than the standard offer.
Queen's University has selected the following discipline specific course streams for the 2019 Pathway Opportunity Programme:
• AHSS (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences)
• Archaeology and Palaeoecology
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Science
• Food, Microbiology and Environment
As a participant of the programme, Pathway students will:
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