Our students get up to some pretty amazing things.
Read aspiring Forensic Scientist Megan’s case study, where she talks about her studies, ambitions for the future and volunteering trip to South Africa!
Where did you go to School?
What do you study at Wyke?
Why did you choose to study at Wyke?
I wanted a fresh start rather than staying on at school.
I visited Wyke at a number of open days and I liked how it had a university style feel and that students have a lot more freedom and the opportunity to be more independent.
Unlike staying on at school, I also have specialist A Level teachers who are solely focused on you.
What is your favourite experience of Wyke?
I went on Wyke’s trip to South Africa where I was able to volunteer in disadvantaged areas for two weeks helping to improve living conditions for people there with other Wyke students and staff. This was in association with the charity Botshabelo – it was a fantastic experience!
Have you been involved in any of Wyke’s enrichment opportunities?
Alongside the volunteering trip to South Africa, I have been on quite a few subject trips for Criminology which have all been really interesting. I am also part of the Wyke’s Flyers Programme.
What is your greatest achievement at College so far?
Achieving an A in my Criminology course has definitely been one of my greatest achievements. I have also recently completed my UCAS application and believe I did this to the best of my ability too!
What are your aspirations for the future?
I’d love to go to University to study Biomedical Science and in the future branch out and specialise in Forensic Science.
What do you like to do outside of College?
I dance at my dance academy three times a week and participate in exams in various genres, pantomimes and shows.
If you had to describe Wyke in one word what would it be?
If you have been inspired by Megan or any of our other students case studies, come and find out more about Wyke at one of our upcoming Open Events.