The Lincolnshire Project helps selected pupils in Lincolnshire to craft a compelling university application. The idea is targeted at children from low-income families and the goal is simple: to boost the student's expectations and aspirations and provide a means of helping them to make the most of their talents. Eleonora and her team help pupils to select appropriate universities and courses and works with them to compose effective personal statements. And the best thing about the Lincolnshire project? It's completely free. Eleonora knows from firsthand experience that a high quality education can be the key to successful future, and she is steadfast in her belief that academic potential should not be thwarted by a lack of resources.
Pupils interested in accessing the help offered by the Lincolnshire Project should submit a short essay telling their story, and communicating their interests, aspiration and motivation for studying at a top university. We will also need copies of the GCSE grades and latest school reports. The 5 best entries will be invited to an introductory online meeting with Eleonora or one of her consultants. Successful applicants will be assigned an academic advisor who will mentor them throughout the duration of the application process.
Prospective applicants should email Eleonora to introduce themselves and outline their proposed area of study and academic plans.