A complete list of our resources and activities and their suitability.
If you would to talk to us about support for your school please get in touch with us at email@example.com
BNU understand that when it comes to deciding where you’d like to study, there are a lot of things to consider and their Undergraduate Open Days are a great place to start.
Whether you can attend in person, or online, Undergraduate Open Days offer a great opportunity to find out more about your chosen course, meet the course team, and get all your questions answered.
BNUs next undergraduate opens days are on:
Saturday 22 October (10am to 3pm)
Saturday 19 November (10am to 3pm)
If you are interested in studying nursing and midwifery there is a specific open day on Saturday 1 October (11.00am to 2.00pm) (Uxbridge only)
Please click on this link to book your place: BNU open days
Students are welcomed to RAUs Autumn open days to find out more about living and studying at the university.
RAUs next open days are taking place on:
Saturday 22 October (9.30am – 4.00pm)
Wednesday 9 November (9.30am – 4.00pm)
Saturday 26 November (9.30am – 4.00pm)
RAU have put together this poster about their courses and open days which you are welcome to download and share with your students.
RAU have a number of webinars including 2 on UCAS and Personal Statements which will outline the UCAS process and provide students with tips and advice about writing their personal statements. These virtual events are taking place on:
Monday 3 October (5.00-6.00pm)
Tuesday 18 October (5.00-6.00pm)
Please click on this link to book your place at any of these event: RAU open days
Open Days offer you the opportunity to get a feel for what living and studying at Reading is like.
The next open days are on Saturday 8 October or Saturday 15 October (times to be confirmed).
Click this link to register your interest in attending: University of Reading open days
Choosing a university is a life-changing decision. There’s no better way to find out if Oxford Brookes is the right place for you than by visiting in person.
The next open days are on Saturday 8 October (10.00-16.00) or Saturday 12 November (10.00-16.00)
Click on this link for all the information to plan your day: Oxford Brookes University open days
You will leave Bedfordshire’s Open Day with all the information on your course(s), support services, what to expect from being a student here, accommodation and, most of all, the wide range of activities available to you while studying.
The next inperson open days, at both the Bedford and Luton campuses, are on Saturday 15 October and/or Saturday 19 November
and the next online open day is on Wednesday 30 November.
Please click this link for full details: University of Bedfordshire open days.
Our student conference offers year 11 students support with getting through their GCSEs and takes place on Monday 17 October*.
The day includes:
The conference contributes to GATSBY 7 and for the best outcomes is supported by in-school workshops delivered prior to the conference.
To see if your school is eligible, please check the Study Higher Higher Education Liaison Officer (HELO) team page. Then speak with your HELO for more information or refer to our dedicated Getting Through Your GCSEs page where you can also make a booking.
*the conference is currently fully booked and schools will be now be added to the waiting list.
Find inspiration for study as an adult.
Oxfordshire Adult Learning (OAL) are celebrating the creative successes of adult learners from jewellery, pottery, ceramics, dressmaking, cookery, floristry, baking and lots more…
OAL are hosting the exhibition at Abingdon & Witney College on Monday 17 October (15.30-20.00) and Tuesday 18 October (15.30-20.00)
Please click this link for full details: arts and crafts exhibition
Many young learners find it difficult to find the confidence to speak out on academic matters, and this confidence can adversely affect attainment and progression to higher education and fulfilling employment. This programme offers a range of tools to support your pupils to develop key academic skills in critical thinking, creative ideation, structured responses to assessment, and authoritative presentation.
The conference takes place on Wednesday 8 February 2023.
To see if your school is eligible, please check the Study Higher Higher Education Liaison Officer (HELO) team page. Then speak with your HELO for more information or refer to our dedicated Confidence to Argue page where you can also make a booking.
Now open for booking.
Our next student conference takes place on Wednesday 22 March 2023 and offers students a taste of the wide variety of research that undergraduates, postgraduates, and academics undertake, as well as providing study skills training to help them better demonstrate their critical engagement with subjects in assessment. Students can explore sessions on academic and critical thinking skills.
To see if your school is eligible, please check the Study Higher Higher Education Liaison Officer (HELO) team page. Then speak with your HELO for more information or refer to our dedicated BQLQ page where you can also make a booking.
Now open for booking.
RAU has been at the forefront of agricultural education and a key contributor to the land-based sector for more than 175 years. They have a range of sessions throughtout the year for students to visit the university in-person or view online.
Please click this link for full details including dates: RAU open days