MEET OUR UNI MENTORS
Our Senior Mentors volunteer their time to offer mentoring or tutoring to Sixth Form students looking at their Higher Education and Career options. They are all either currently studying at University or working. To chat with one of our Uni Mentors, simply click the contact button under their profile and reach out to organise a time to talk.
"I am interested in human rights, climate justice, political philosophy and European intellectual history, and I plan to specialise in politics and international relations at Cambridge. During my gap year, I worked for the UK student climate network, for Rory Stewart’s campaign for London mayor and for the e-democracy NGO the Citizens Foundation. I also have experience tutoring IB geography and global politics with Lanterna education."
Sophia has just completed a gap year, and will be starting her first year at Cambridge University in October 2020. She will be studying Human, Social and Political Sciences. In Sixth Form, Sophia was an IB student, taking Higher Level History, Geography and German and Standard Level English, Maths and Physics. She completed her Extended Essay in Global Politics. Sophia can tutor in History, Geography and Global Politics.
"I am a student at University of Leeds studying Business Management. I am a very involved student being my course representative and on the Boxing society committee; I have plenty of tutoring experience and am QT qualified to do so. I have particular interests in finance as reflected in my work experience and placements. "
Dan has just completed his first year at Leeds University, studying Business Management. In Sixth Form, Dan was an A Level student taking English Language, Business Studies and Geography, and can tutor in these subjects.
"At Harvard, I am concentrating in Environmental Science and Engineering, which combines my passions for science, design and environmental justice. I have been involved with numerous organisations during my college career including working as a research assistant for Arctic climate resilience, leading Harvard Undergraduates for Environmental Justice, teaching climate science and international politics at Boston public middle and high schools, as well as competing as a varsity athlete for two years. Further mentorship experience includes working as a teaching assistant at a primary school in Norway during my gap year, and running a GCSE mentoring program while in Sixth Form. Please don't hesitate to reach out, I am very happy to help with any and all questions! "
Charlotte is soon to start her final year at Harvard College, where she is concentrating in Environmental Science and Engineering. At Godolphin, Charlotte was an IB student, taking Higher Level Physics, Geography and German and Standard Level Biology, Maths and English. She completed her Extended Essay in Geography.
“I am interested in arts and culture and specialised in twentieth-century British architecture during my degree, alongside modules on Contemporary Art and Museum Architecture. I undertook some arts work placements while at university and have experience as a peer mentor to a first-year student.”
Sarah studied History of Art at the University of Edinburgh. In Sixth Form, Sarah was an A Level Student taking History of Art, History, French and Art
“Hi I'm San! I'm studying Medicine at Oxford and I'm in my 4th year. I would love to pursue a career in surgery. In my 2nd year I was part of a lab undertaking research into kidney transplantation which I have a keen interest in. I used to regularly organise medical talks at the university for other undergraduate students to enable further learning and deeper understanding about key scientific research happening in the medical/biomedical fields - for example there were talks on sleeping disorders, novel treatments for clinical depression and prosthetic hands . I am also very interested in women's health, especially conditions that can have detrimental physical and mental effects on women - such as endometriosis. Outside of medicine, I am a true francophile! I love learning French and immersing myself in the culture through French podcasts, films and books. I have experience in tutoring English and French, with my students between the ages of 7-14. “
San is a fourth year student at Oxford University studying Medicine. In Sixth Form, San was an A Level student taking Biology, Chemistry and Maths, and she also completed a French AS Level. San is able to offer both mentoring and tutoring in Biology, English and French as well with Medicine applications.