53 Welsh students heading to the US & China in 2019!

We a brilliant day at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf today celebrating the successes of the 53 Welsh sixth form students from the @serennetwork who are heading to the US (and even Beijing, China!) for the Yale Young Global Scholars and Harvard Summer School summer programmes supported by full scholarships in 2019. In 2018, we worked with Welsh

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E-Qual Director wins St David Award!

On 21st March, E-Qual co-director Liam Rahman was announced the winner of the 2019 St David Award in the International category. The award was granted to him in recognition of his work in expanding educational opportunities to pupils across Wales. Last year, Liam established a unique and impactful partnership between the Welsh Government’s Seren Network

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E-Qual Director shortlisted for St David Awards

We’re excited to announce that E-Qual Director Liam Rahman is a finalist for the St David Awards! He has been nominated in the International category for bringing international opportunities to Welsh students through The Seren Network / Rhwydwaith Seren. We are so proud of him! Ni’n hapus i gyhoeddi bod Liam, Cyfarwyddwr E-Qual, wedi cael

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E-Qual Directors announce foundation to bring more international opportunities to Welsh students

Here are some of the Welsh students who are attending the Yale Young Global Scholars summer programme at Yale University this summer! Opportunity to have a significant impact on education in Wales: This year, our Co-Director Liam put together a partnership between the Welsh Government’s The Seren Network / Rhwydwaith Seren and Yale University’s Yale

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E-Qual Co-Director forms historic partnership, raising over £90,000 for Welsh students

Drawing on his experiences of studying overseas at Yale-NUS College (Singapore) and Yale University (USA), over the past 6 months, our Co-Director Liam has supported The Seren Network (the Welsh Government’s flagship initiative to support Wales’ most academically able students) by speaking with and mentoring sixth form students looking to apply to competitive universities. More

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