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Will Finlayson

Operations Director

Will has over 10 years of experience with SBC, having started as an Activity Leader in 2008. He has worked in various summer positions, including Welfare Manager and Social Programme Coordinator, before spending four years as the Summer School Director of our Young Learner Courses. Now based in Head Office, Will is responsible for student recruitment, and supporting parents with their summer school enquiries.

Will currently sits on the Accreditation Scheme Advisory Committee for Accreditation UK (ASAC). ASAC is the quality assurance scheme for UK providers of courses in English as a Foreign Language (EFL). In this role, Will provides expertise on welfare and working with students under the age of 18.

Will has a degree in Coach Education and Sport Development from the University of Bath. Prior to working full time with SBC, he was a Regional Sports Development Officer with English Lacrosse, delivering sports coaching to Primary, Secondary and University students. Will continues to enjoy world travel and experiencing other cultures.

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We asked Will the following questions:

What do you love about SBC?
I’ve been part of SBC for over 10 years now, and to me it feels like one big family. I love being able to work with students and families from all over the World and bring them together for a truly memorable experience during the summer.

If you were a student, what SBC subject would you choose to study this Summer?

I’d choose SBC Mathematics at Eton College – I think it’s a really unique opportunity to study at one of the most famous schools in the World. The course involves a lot of project work which will really bring the subject to life!

Find out more about our Mathematics Course at SBC at Eton College

What’s your top UK Summer travel tip?
Make sure you bring some comfortable shoes for walking and exploring! There are lots of things to see whilst you’re on excursion, or spending time in Oxford, Windsor or Bournemouth.

What’s your one piece of advice for students this year?
It’s a great opportunity to meet and learn from other students from all around the World – so make sure you spend time getting to know everyone, and not too much time on your phone!