#HighAchievers 
Dear High Achiever 
Congratulations on your results from your first or second year of study at Birmingham City University. You are one of the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences top achievers. Your excellent results mean you have become eligible to participate in the Faculty’s High Achievers Recognition Scheme (HARS). 
 
We offer our High Achievers access to face-to-face coaching and guidance, on-line support and enhancement programmes which will help you to sustain and indeed build on your success to date. We also offer networking opportunities throughout the year, master classes, mentoring, international work and study opportunities and much more. 
We are launching the scheme this year on: 
Saturday 22nd September 
Time: 10.30 – 1.00pm 
At: City South Campus, Room SCT009 (Seacole building), Westbourne road, Edgbaston, B15 3TN 
 
We are encouraging all of you to attend if you can! This is an excellent way to learn more about the scheme, network with your peers and University staff, and meet some of the providers who you may work with whilst you are accessing the scheme. We will be serving lunch and drinks to celebrate your high achieving status and to welcome you to the HARS community. You will also learn more about the next steps you will need to take after the event to be actively involved with HARS. We have developed this scheme significantly since it first started running in 2015-16 and there have been lots of exciting changes. 
We need you to confirm your attendance at the launch by Friday 14th September 2018 at 5pm, so that we can plan catering. Please CLICK HERE TO BOOK by this date to let us know you will be coming along. Please also notify us of any dietary requirements or additional needs when you respond to this invitation. 
If you would like further information about the scheme, please do pop along to the dedicated website www.harsbcu.co.uk or send an email to the high achievers email account (highachievers@bcu.ac.uk) and one of the team will come back to you as soon as they can. HARS has a dedicated office space in Seacole building, room 083; please do stop by and talk to me if you would like any further information or support. 
 
Once again, congratulations on your achievements and we hope you will make full use of the resources 
available to you through the High Achievers Recognition Scheme. 
Yours sincerely 
 
Juliette Gaunt 
 
Faculty Academic Lead, High Achievers Recognition Scheme 
On behalf of the High Achievers Recognition Scheme Team 
Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences 
Birmingham City University 
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