There are nine paid academic tutor positions available to PhD students from the following departments: Life Sciences, Medicine, Psychology, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Philosophy and Business.
The Academic Tutor role is to support up to three Year 12 students (16-17 years old) with their research projects and the writing of their assignment between July and November 2016. The students are from non-traditional backgrounds and are taking part in the Realising Opportunities (RO) programme which is a unique collaboration between 15 leading universities to support students from non-traditional background to access Higher Education.
This role is a great opportunity to:
• Work with students from under-represented group to promote fair access and social mobility
• Develop marking and tutoring experience
• Earn £100 per student for each successful submission (max. 3 students)
There are some key dates, the academic tutor need to be able to commit to, please check before applying:
Tuesday 21st June 14.00 – 16.00 Selection event
Wednesday 29th June 10.00-12.00 or 14.00- 16.00 Training session
Wednesday 6th July 10.45-13.30 Initial meeting – Academic Launch
Wednesday 5th October 10.45-13.30 Final meeting
To learn more about the RO programme you can visit our website: www.warwick.ac.uk/outreach/programmes/realisingopportunities/
The deadline for application is Friday 17th June. To apply please complete download the application form below and return it to
Marie Diebolt— ROWarwick at warwick dot ac dot uk