Recruitment and Outreach
Giving students an insight into university study and higher education
Let's build an exciting future for young people. Of personal growth and discovery. One where they put nothing less than their best foot forward. Every time.
If you work with KS2-KS5 students, we’ll help you show them the opportunities that higher education has to offer. Whether they need a hand with big decisions after school or college, or you want to explore the latest sector updates, you can count on us. Virtually or in-person, at your campus or ours – you’re in control.
Speak to our team about organising a face-to-face event, workshop and campus visit for pre-16 and post-16 students. And discover digital resources to use in class, CPD, subject tasters, live webinars and useful blogs.
Resources for the classroom
Access our free online KS2-KS5 workshops, activities, lesson plans and resources for your students to use at home or in the classroom.
Pre-16 events and activities for schools
Discover pre-16 events, talks and workshops, designed for young people from groups who are under-represented in higher education.
Post-16 events and talks for colleges
Explore presentations, workshops, events, webinars and activities for students to learn more about higher education and going to uni.
Subject events for schools and colleges
Introduce your students to the different courses they can study at uni by joining us on campus or virtually at our subject-specific events.
Training and CPD for Teachers and Advisers
Explore our bespoke training, conferences and events designed to help you continue what you do best – teach, inspire and support your students’ learning.
Schools and Colleges blog
Read the latest blogs on schools and colleges, hear from students and get an inside look into what's happening at the University.
Get in touch below to stay up to date with relevant news for schools and colleges, to arrange a campus, school or college visit and to enquire about any specific online or face-to-face events delivered through the academic year.
Phone: 023 9284 6214