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On Campus in Leeds with Jeneration

On Campus with JenerationJeneration, Reform Judaism’s initiative for students is once again organising ‘On Campus’, a weekend away for sixth-formers. Jeneration’s links with students on campus allow sixth-formers to gain an insight into university life that is truly unique. It is an opportunity to speak to and build relationships with peers who have recently been through the application process that is difficult to find elsewhere.

Friday 19 February – Sunday 21 February 2016
£30 (excluding travel)

“I’m more confident about my next steps in the university process”
“On campus gave me the opportunity to see a lot of different aspects of student life”
“The trip was inspirational and I would definitely recommend it”

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If you’re about to go to university and want to get a slice of uni life, come to our on campus event in Leeds. This event is not just for those thinking about going to Leeds; the programme has been designed to provide advice and information on student life whatever universities you’re considering.

There will be time for you to get to know about university life, think about what it is like being Jewish on campus and enjoy a weekend away with your friends.

Over the course of a weekend, you’ll have fun with other Reform sixth-formers, experience what student life is all about and explore campus to get a genuine feel for uni. You will have the chance to ask our panel of undergraduate students anything about university. It’s a great chance to get a step beyond other applicants by actually getting a feel for uni life in a relaxed yet extremely informative environment.

Group travel arrangements will be emailed once you have applied.

Travelling from the North? Email for information about travel.
We do not want financial constraints to prevent anyone from taking part in this event. For information about financial assistance, including travel costs, contact Sophie, Jeneration’s Fieldworker, in confidence at

For more info about previous on campus trips take a look at this article from the Jewish Chronicle

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