2019/20 Events & Activities

The following events and activities are now available to book.

A downloadable version of the events programme for 2019/20 is also available. However, please note new events may have been released since its publication which will be detailed on the website only. Subject specific events & activities for 2019/20

Law Talks School Roadshow

 

Year group - Year 10-13
Date - available on flexible dates until March 2020

 

For two weeks in September, one of the University’s Law Lecturers is available to come and run talks and workshops with your Year 10 to 13 students about what it’s like to study and work in the Law sector. Dr Matthew Channon grew up in Devon, and, as the first of his family to go to university, he’s committed to breaking down barriers to the profession by sharing his path to Law.


If you would like to book an in school talk please contact ssis-outreach@exeter.ac.uk

 

Exoplanets lesson in a box

 

Year group - Year 9-13 
Date - Flexible

 

Exoplanet research is one of the most exciting areas of current Astrophysics research. Academics in the University of Exeter Astrophysics research group have a developed a resource box to take into schools, centred around their cutting edge research and using their fantastic virtual reality resource ‘Exoplanet Explorer 360 Planetarium' made in collaboration with ‘We the Curious’ and the ‘Engine House’. Please contact us at cemps-outreach@exeter.ac.uk if you are interested in these resources being brought into your school. The resources are suitable for Years 9-13 and the session length can be adapted to suit the school but ideally takes between 1-2 hours.

Holocaust Memorial Day

 

Year group - Year 10-12
Date - 29th January 2020

 

The College of Humanities have much pleasure in inviting you and your students to the University of Exeter for our Holocaust Memorial Conference on Wednesday 29th January 2020. This conference is an opportunity for students to develop a broader understanding of the Holocaust, its surrounding issues and contemporary relevance, while getting valuable experience of University-level teaching and learning.

You will have the honour of hearing the testimonies of Noemie Lopian, daughter of Holocaust survivors and Derek Niemann, grandson of an SS officer ‘Speaking across the Divide’ with their powerful and moving stories, and taking part in one seminar from an extensive choice of expert speakers.

Contact hums-outreach@exeter.ac.uk to book places for your school.

Degree Apprenticeships Day

 

Year group - Year 10-12

Dates - 11th March 2020

 

A fantastic opportunity for students in Year 10-12 to learn more about Degree Apprenticeships at The University of Exeter from both leading Academics and local businesses. Students will have the opportunity to meet current alumni and hear their stories about complete a degree level qualification whilst also gaining work experience through their host employer. Through workshops and talks students can discover more about the pathways available, application process, student life, finance and graduate destinations.


Contact cemps-outreach@exeter.ac.uk to book places for your school.

 

Year 12 Summer Residential

 

Year group - Year 12

Dates - 29th June - 2nd July 2020

 

Our 4 day, fully funded Year 12 residential event has been designed for students considering studying courses that fall into the category of Humanities or Social Sciences – and in some cases span both. As well as the academic content, participants will gain a first-hand experience of student life – staying in halls, working alongside current University students and trying out some of the extra curricular opportunities available on campus.


Places on this residential are limited and student eligibility may apply. Please contact the HASS Residential team with expressions of interest or further queries: hassoutreach@exeter.ac.uk.