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If you would like to book a visit to our campuses or make a request to attend an event or the delivery of a workshop, please use our booking system

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Time

Activity

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19th Jan

18:00-19:00

Choosing a Course

Students can join us for a live session exploring their course options and how to make that choice. This session will include an opportunity for students to ask questions.

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21st Jan

18:00-19:00

Living on a budget


This session is aimed at year 13 students who will be handling the transition to managing their own budgets once they progress on to university. The session will explore the key expenditure and include hints and tips from current students on how to make budgets last.

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26th Jan

18:00-19:00

Applying to Universities in a virtual world

This session will enable students to learn about the UCAS process and run through the key points where students will be making decisions. The session will run through items such as Online Open Days and how students can use online resources throughout the application process to make final questions.

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27th Jan

12:00-18:00

UK Uni Search - Spring Virtual Fair

An opportunity for students to meet representatives from a range of universities in one location. Encourage your students to join us throughout the day, finding out more about each institution whilst also taking part in the webinar series hosted throughout the event.

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28th Jan

18:00-19:00

Researching higher education options online

Selecting the right higher education provider can be tricky at the best of times. This session provides students with an overview of the key considerations that need to be made when thinking aboutapplying to university.

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29th January 

12:30 - 15:00

Holocaust Memorial Day Zoom Conference 

Run in partnership with the Holocaust Memorial and Educational Trusts, this moving, annual event teaches attendees about the role the Holocaust played in modern history. Suitable for Year 9 upwards a short video from last years event can be found here.     

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Please note school eligiblity will apply for this activity 

2nd Feb

18:00-19:00

Why study at a Russell Group University

A session led by University of Exeter staff, which explores the benefits of attending Russell Group and Competitive Universities. The session will also discuss what competitive universities look for in a university application.

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4th Feb

18:00-19:00

Exploring different learning styles at University

This session will introduce students to different learning and assessment styles at university, including lab work, seminars, lectures, tutorials and field work.

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9th Feb

18:00-19:00

Spotlight on our Penryn Campus

An opportunity to find out about the range of programmes available at our Penryn Campus (near Falmouth, in Cornwall). Hear from current students and find out about opportunities to get involved in cutting edge research and a vibrant student community.

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10th Feb

12:00-19:00

Meet the Russell Group Virtual Fair

An opportunity for students to meet representatives from all the Russell Group Universities in one location. Encourage your students to join us throughout the day, finding out more about each institution whilst also taking part in the webinar series hosted throughout the event.

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10th Feb

18:00-19:00

Understanding how to Finance Higher Education

Parents, Guardians and supporters are invited to attend a session about student finance. This session will cover Student Finance England, Scotland and Wales – discussing tuition fees, maintenance grants, scholarships and opportunities to pick up part time jobs at university.

An event for parents and guardians.

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11th February 

10:00 - 11:00, 12:30 - 13:30 or 14:00 - 15:00 

Modern Languages Yr 12/13 Workshop - Rethinking (with) Languages 

This interactive session will provide an introduction to the study of Modern Languages at university level, introducing students to texts and topics they might study, and giving them the chance to ask current undergraduates questions about their course. Although the session will focus on French culture, with a workshop entitled ‘The role of rap in multicultural France’, support will be in place to enable participation from students studying any language at A-Level, and all languages students are encouraged to attend.

Teachers will be asked to sign in to the password-protected Zoom event, and to broadcast their screen to students on an interactive whiteboard or projector screen, with microphone and speakers enabled so that students can interact with the presenter. 

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11th February

18:00-19:00

Studying a Degree Apprenticeship

Are your students considering a degree apprenticeship? Join University of Exeter staff to find out about the application process, the split between industry and academic work, and opportunities available.

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23rd February

18:00-19:00

How to choose a course without attending an open day

This session will equip your students with information and advice for navigating the wealth of online resources available when searching for a university course. Expect top tips on searching through modules and teaching styles, finding online campus tours, and engaging with current university students.

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24th Feb

18:00-19:00

Supporting your child's decision-making process - location, course and employability

Parents, Guardians and supporters are invited to join University of Exeter staff to explore how to support their child’s university decision-making process. Expect to find out more about comparing courses, the modular system, entry requirements and graduate employment rates.

An event for parents and guardians.

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25th Feb

18:00-19:00

Financing your university experience

An opportunity for students to find out more about Student Finance in England, Wales and Scotland. This session will discuss maintenance grants, bursaries, scholarships, part time jobs and money management.

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3rd March

15:30-16:30 or 17:00-18:00

Admissions: An update on 2020 and looking forward to 2021

Join representatives from UCAS who alongside Jo Hamilton, Head of Admissions at the University of Exeter, will provide an overview of the 2020 application cycle and take a look forward to what to expect in the 2021 UCAS cycle.

An event for Teachers and Advisers

 

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10th March 15:30-16:30 or 17:00-18:00

Supporting students with their UCAS application in a virtual environment

We will be joined by Jon Cheek, founder of UniTasterDays, to discuss how to best prepare your students as they begin to research their university choices in the virtual environment.

An event for Teachers and Advisers

 

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17th March 15:30-16:30 or 17:00-18:00

Student Finance

Hear from Students Loan Company about the financial support for students applying to university in 2021, including any changes since the previous year. We will also provide an overview of the financial support available for students choosing to study at the University of Exeter.

An event for Teachers and Advisers

 

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24th March 15:30-16:30 or 17:00-18:00

‘Spotlight on our courses’, an insight into studying at the University of Exeter

At the University of Exeter we combine teaching excellence and high levels of student satisfaction with world class research at our campuses in Exeter and Cornwall. We are also a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities. Join us in this session to find out more about the University of Exeter and some of our courses. Join us in this session to find out more about the University of Exeter and our Data Science, Flexible Combined Honours, Marine Science and Nursing Degree programmes.

An event for Teachers and Advisers

 

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On Campus Visits

We are conscious that you may be interested in bringing groups to our campuses in the new academic year. At this stage, we are unable to make any firm decisions on when we can host groups on our campuses. Although we are happy to provisionally place dates in the diary for year 12 groups, and will provisionally look to suggest dates for KS3 and KS4 visits, we will be unable to confirm anything until September 2021 at the earliest. Any scheduled visits will follow advice from the Government and/or Public Health England.

Discover University

Discover University is a new collection of online activities and resources designed to support students, parent / guardians, teachers, and advisers through various digital platforms. Join us in supporting students to make informed decisions about their future.

  • Regular sharing of resources and signposting through social media
  • A Facebook live lecture series
  • Live-streamed advice and guidance workshops
  • A wide range of video resources via YouTube
  • A teacher-focused Twitter feed
  • Online Open Days
  • Online subject conferences
  • Promotion of cutting-edge research and interactive tools to help develop the knowledge and skills of participants
  • Virtual residentials
  • Teacher CPD online conferences

Please visit our Twitter and Facebook pages for further information and to stay up to date with upcoming events.