Sutton Trust Pathways Programmes 2017

Applications for the Sutton Trust Pathways Programmes 2017 are now all closed.

Pathways to Banking
London School of Economics - Now closed
University of Warwick - Now closed

Pathways to Coding
Queen Mary University of London - Now closed

Pathways to Law
University of Bristol - Now closed
University of Exeter - Now closed
University of Leeds - Now closed
University of Leicester - Now closed
University of Liverpool - Now closed
London School of Economics- Now Closed
University of Manchester - Now Closed
University of Nottingham & Nottingham Trent University - Now closed
University of Oxford - Now Closed
University of Roehampton - Now Closed
Queen Mary University of London - Now Closed
University of Warwick - Now Closed

Pathways to Medicine -  Please be aware that applicants to the Imperial strand of Pathways to Medicine must be in Year 11. Applicants for Hull York Medical School must be in Year 12
Imperial College London - Now closed
Hull York Medical School - Now closed

Pathways to STEM
University of Nottingham Now closed
University of York - Now closed

Please be aware that you need to live within a reasonable commuting distance of the host university in order to be eligible for the programme. Also, you may only apply to one Pathways programme. We will only assess the first application that you make, and all subsequent applications will be deleted.

Applications are also open for Pathways to Law Plus, our programme for first year undergraduate Law students. There are no geographical restrictions on this programme; if you are studying at any UK university, and meet our eligibility criteria, you can apply. Applications to Pathways to Law Plus close on Thursday, December 21st, and can be accessed through this link.

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Our FREE Pathways programmes include:

  • A programme of after-school and/or weekend events including lectures and workshops delivered by academics, designed to build your knowledge in a subject area you’re interested in exploring
  • Work experience at a leading organisation in the sector
  • Opportunities to experience university life, explore academic study and receive support with your UCAS application.
  • Ongoing e-mentoring support from an undergraduate who is studying the related subject at university
  • Opportunities to meet like-minded students and current undergraduates studying the subject that you are interested in studying at university

You can find out more about the Pathways programmes here.