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News from our Sixth Form UCAS blog: The Royal Society of Chemistry offers careers and study support for 14-18 year olds.
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The Royal Society of Chemistry offers careers and study support for 14-18 year olds. Students are encouraged to sign up free of charge to ChemNet, the Royal Society of Chemistry’s network for chemistry students, to access the student chemistry magazine The Mole, take part in events and get support with studies.
The support we have available showcases the various career options students have available to them by studying chemistry.
|Our full programme of lectures, industry visits and careers fairs for students to discover what chemistry can do for them. Students can find out about further education in chemistry at events such as Meet the Universities, and learn about career options from professional chemists.|
|The next issue of The Mole is now live. Articles include: 'Archeology is more than just diggin', 'Chemistry and Art' and much more. For a sample of The Mole's content take a look at the archive.|
|Dr ChemNet offers expert chemistry advice on your tricky topics. Students can ask questions about a tricky topic in their chemistry course or practical investigations and access resources to support their studies and exam revision.|