The leading London education consultancy announced the launch of a new initiative this week and is seeking talented international students to be awarded coveted school and university placement packages in the UK.
Star of the Year 2019 will be the first of an annual competition to attract entrants of school and university age around the world to receive a full school or university consultancy programme, with all tutoring fees also granted to the winner. Each year will see a school placement winner – for students aged at the main entry levels of 11, 13, and 16 – and also a university level winner, who will be awarded entry into a UK undergraduate placement.
Star of the Year 2019
Stephen Spriggs, Managing Director of William Clarence Education, said of the initiative:
“We want to open up the very best of UK education to everyone – regardless of nationality or background. We’re looking for any students that aim high, love their subject and want to achieve more. We will be working in partnership with all kinds of schools during this process, so applicants don’t, necessarily, have to be brainy or academic – just passionate, talented, and hard-working. We are interested in super-bright, arty, creative, sporting, and also more vocational students.”
The Criteria for Applications is as Follows:
Entrants will be required to;
- Be eligible to be educated in the UK and have appropriate visa permissions
- Complete a 750-word creative writing project on a topic of their choosing
- Complete a 750-word supporting essay on any academic subject and how it relates to their future career ambitions
- Enclose an up-to-date copy of their CV
- Be able to attend interviews in London in July 2019
The deadline for entries is 31st May 2019, with shortlisting taking place in June 2019. The winners will be announced in August, ready for the start of the new academic year.
Stephen Spriggs added:
“We want to use this opportunity to connect with a diverse range of talented students, and to give more children from all walks of life a shot at the school or university of their dreams. We also welcome the opportunity to partner with more key schools and universities in the UK and showcase the very best British education has to offer to families at home and overseas. British schools and universities are frequently referred to as the gold standard in education, and we want to open up that wealth of opportunities to more talented students.”
William Clarence Education is the leading education consultancy in the UK, and its team of school placement consultants, university and UCAS advisors, and Oxbridge admissions specialists has been working with families from all over the world to realise their dreams and win coveted places at the UK’s most renowned academic institutions. The firm is also equipped to help with the full relocation process for international families seeking a world-class education in the UK.
The firm invites any student wishing to make an application to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries and to submit entry materials. William Clarence also invites UK academic institutions interested in the initiative to get in touch via williamclarence.com.
About William Clarence Education:
The leading education advisory and consultancy service in the UK. With an unrivalled reach into the UK Schooling and University network, William Clarence offers unbiased advice to students and parents from around the world; at every stage of their academic journey. From Independent School Application and Placement, full UCAS and University application consultancy, Oxbridge Applications, US College Admission and even Homeschooling programmes, William Clarence Education draws on a deep relationship driven network with schools, Universities and senior education figures within the industry. By putting the student and family at the centre of the process, William Clarence ensures their clients reach their maximum potential and gain access to the very best of UK education.
Stephen Spriggs – email@example.com
“We want to use this opportunity to connect with a diverse range of talented students, and to give more children from all walks of life a shot at the school or university of their dreams.”