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Virtual Events

Your students will have the chance to explore courses they’re interested in and speak to universities and colleges from around the UK. By taking part, they can:

  • Speak to subject experts and admissions staff – allowing them to start comparing courses and universities and colleges, to find the right ones for them.
  • Chat to current students – they can offer real insight into what life at university is really like. 
  • Get advice on applying through UCAS – including how to make their personal statement stand out.
  • Discover apprenticeships – find out what they are, how to apply, and the careers they can lead to.
  • Get the facts on student finance – including what they’re eligible for and how to apply.


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Our activities, events and policies for the new year.

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Preparing your students to begin their UCAS journey through existing sessions, new virtual events and online resources. 

Welcome back! The good news is we're back too, and not just with the activities we were offering before, but with more virtual events for students and parents, to bring them up to speed as soon as possible.


We have new policies in place to keep us and your students safe, which will be kept updated on our webpage. These policies include a reduced number of face-to-face visits, so if you do have any talks or sessions you would like us to deliver on-site, please do get in touch as soon as possible. All of these sessions can also be delivered virtually if necessary.

Our Talks and Sessions 

Our virtual events for the Autumn Term.

  • Virtual Guest Lecture series: a video lecture from one of our academic colleagues, followed by a live Q&A.
  • Parents information evenings: school specific and delivered virtually or in person.
  • Parents UCAS evenings:taking place on Thursday 22 October at 6.30pm and Tuesday 24 November at 7pm, these are an introduction to all things HE.
  • HE Fundamentals: an event to give Year 13 students an insight into the skills they will need at university including: referencing, bibliographies and academic research.
  • Personal Statement surgeries: weekly slots that can be booked out for your students to receive bespoke personal statement feedback.
  • Virtual Teachers and Advisors Conference 2020: our postponed conference from 28 April this year will now be delivered online via a series of webinars and live talks.


We are adding to this calendar all the time, and if there is anything you would like to see or specific subjects you would like covered, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Additionally, if you would be interested in booking students onto small groups of socially distanced campus tours, please let us know.

Register your interest for our virtual events

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