Step-On: Aiming for Success - Year 12 Academic Extension Programme
Year 12 students are invited to apply for an exciting new programme aimed at raising achievement and supporting students gain entry to SOAS and other selective universities.
As part of the programme you will:
- be able to choose between two different languages
- attend daily classes
- learn which learning strategies work for you
- work with other to create a film, presentation, song or other product of your choice related to the languages you are learning
You will also be invited to attend:
- a day shadowing a SOAS student and finding out more about university life
- talks about
- choosing a university course
- how to succeed in languages
- writing your personal statement
- taking a year abroad.
What Teachers say about the Step-On Programme
In order to apply, students must:
- Be currently in Year 12
- Have at least 5 B grades at GCSE, including English and Maths
- Have a language GCSE at grade C or above
- Be predicted at least BBC at A-level
- Live in/within a commutable distance from London
They must also meet one of the following additional criteria:
- Be currently, or previously, eligible for Free School Meals
- Be the first generation in their family to attend university
In order to apply for a place, students must have the support of a teacher.
This programme has a particular but not restricted focus on languages. It is suitable for students interested in pursuing higher education studies in art and humanities, languages and culture, law and social sciences.
Students with disabilities* and experience of care are actively encouraged to apply.
For a copy of the leaflet and the application form, please click the download links on the right.
Students interested in this programme may also wish to apply for the Sixth Form Language Ambassador Programme run under the Routes into Languages programme. Please go to the Routes Into Languages website for more details.
*Equality Act (2010): A person is disabled if they have a physical or mental condition which has a significant , adverse and long term effect on the person's ability to do everyday tasks.