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The Easy Guide to UK Politics' workshop - Year 9-13

With the cost of living crisis, the world recovering from a global pandemic and a general election on the horizon, there has never been a more important time to engage and educate your students about Politics! This Easy Guide to UK Politics workshop introduces students to some of the main aspects of the UK political system, focusing on questions such as: How does the UK political system work? What do we mean by Left Wing, Right Wing, Constituency or The Opposition? What’s the difference between each of the parties? 

Book now for our brand new 'Easy Guide to UK Politics workshop', suitable for beginners in Politics or PSHE / Citizenship sessions, available via Zoom. For more information please contact Catherine Prowse at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

The workshop will be particularly useful for students just starting to study Politics, or for PSHE and Citizenship sessions

Please note that school eligibility criteria may apply for this event

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26th Jan 2023

18:00 - 19:00

Student Experience Discussion Panel - Commuting to Study at University - Year 12-13

Hear from current students at the University of Exeter about their experience of commuting for study. This session will feature current students who have chosen to commute to attend university, instead of living in student accommodation. This could include students who are parents, or who have caring responsibilities.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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8th Feb 2023 18:00 - 19:00

Student Experience Discussion Panel - Studying at University with a Disability or Long Term Health Condition - Year 12-13

Hear from current students at the University of Exeter about their experience of studying at University with a physical disability or long-term health condition.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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18th Feb 2023

13:00 - 16:00

Discover University, Year 12 virtual conference - Your Journey to Higher Education

Considering applying to university? This conference is a great place to start! By signing up, you will find out more about the application process, get useful tips and guidance from current students on topics such as choosing a course and university life along with having the opportunity to ask your questions to Higher Education professionals and current university students. A finalised timetable for the event will be sent to you closer to the date.

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21st Feb 2023  18:00 - 19:00 

Student Experience Discussion Panel - Studying as an LGBTQ+ student at the University of Exeter - Year 12-13

Hear from students who identify as LGBTQ+ about their experiences studying at university.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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8th March 2023 10:00 - 15:00

International Women's Day 2023 #EmbraceEquity - Year 10-13

We are delighted to announce that we are holding our annual International Women’s Day event on Wednesday 8th March on the Streatham Campus at the University of Exeter for students in Year 10-13. International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and call to action for accelerating sex and gender equality. The theme for 2023 is #EmbraceEquity:

"We can all truly embrace equity. It's not just something we say. It's not just something we write about. It's something we need to think about, know, and embrace. It's what we believe in, unconditionally. Equity means creating a fair and equal world."

With an exciting programme and line-up of speakers, panels and sessions, it is a fantastic opportunity to bring students to campus for the day – spaces are limited so early booking is strongly advised. For all enquiries about our on-campus International Women's Day and/or to receive a school/college group booking form, please contact Melissa Barrett at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

Teacher feedback from last year's event includes "Fantastic day. Amazing to hear such a range of inspirational engaging women", "Thought provoking, well-organised and challenging", and "Each session was linked to the curriculum and has widened my students' understanding and developed their engagement with the subject".

This event will be useful for and of particular interest to students studying (or interested in studying) Sociology, Politics, Law, Criminology, English, Drama, and Performing Arts

Please note that school eligibility criteria may apply for this event

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8th March 2023  18:00 - 19:00 

Student Experience Discussion Panel - The experience of studying as a person of colour at the University of Exeter - Year 12-13

Hear from students who identify as a person of colour about their experiences studying at university.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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27th-30th March 2023 18:00 - 19:15

Careers Insight Week 2023 - Year 10-13

Find out more about exciting graduate career opportunities during Careers Insight Week.

In these live online Q & A panels, University of Exeter alumni from across a range of our degree courses will be discussing their route into their career and student experience, as well as sharing tips and advice as professionals in their industries. The panels will be themed by subject area, with two running simultaneously from 6pm–7.15pm each evening. Participants will have the opportunity to have their questions answered by the panellists and by current University of Exeter students. This event is designed to be of interest to students at all stages of their progression decision making, and to link to Gatsby Benchmarks 2, 5 and 7.

Students can book directly here and for further information, please contact Jess Briggs at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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29th March 2023  12:00 - 16:30

The Guardian-reading, Tofu-eating, Wokerati Conference for Snowflakes': Addressing Power, Inequality and Injustice

In the past few years we, as a national and global society, have seen political turmoil and social upheaval affect every community - and every one of us. We have seen unprecedented events unfold in our politics as our day to day lives have been affected by decisions taken by those in power all over the world. This is a significant and yet exciting time to explore politics and social inequality, and scrutinise those that govern our country so that we can equip young people with the critical thinking tools and knowledge to go forth and be the social change-makers of the future!

This conference will delve into many of the key issues we are facing today, such as climate change, power and democracy, migration politics, race and criminalisation and more.

For any questions, please contact Catherine Prowse at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

 

This event will be particularly useful for those students interested in studying Politics, Sociology and Criminology.

Please note that school eligibility criteria may apply for this event

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1st April 2023 13:00 - 16:00

Discover University, Year 12 virtual conference - Your Journey to the University of Exeter

Interested in applying to study at the University of Exeter? This conference is a great place to get all your questions about student life and support answered by current students here at the university along with gaining further subject insight and hearing more about making a competitive application.  A finalised timetable for the event will be sent to you closer to the date.
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6th April 2023 18:00 - 19:00

Student Experience Discussion Panel - Studying as a care leaver, care experienced or estranged student at the University of Exeter - Year 12-13

Hear from students who are care leavers, care experienced or estranged from their parents about their experiences studying at university.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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26th April 2023  18:00 - 19:00 

Student Experience Discussion Panel - Practicing my faith while studying at the University of Exeter - Year 12-13

Hear from students who practice a faith about their experiences studying at university.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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9th May 2023  18:00 - 19:00 

Student Experience Discussion Panel -Managing your mental health while studying at the University of Exeter - Year 12-13

This panel will bring together students from across the University of Exeter community to discuss managing their mental health while studying, and offer suggestions and signposting to further support for prospective students.

Do any of your students face additional barriers to getting to university?

No two university experiences are the same, so in our online Student Experience series we'll provide targeted support for prospective students facing additional barriers to university progression. We'll bring together students with common identities, experiences or challenges to provide first-hand insight and advice for young people either considering or planning for University study. Each twilight session will include a student panel, a Q+A, and signposting to further support. Future lived experience themes include: being a care leaver, a young carer, an LGBTQ+ identifying student, a neurodiverse student and more.

Students, teachers or parents can find out more and sign up here to receive their e-ticket.

For further information, please email Jess Briggs subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

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27th May 2023 13:00 - 16:00 Discover University, Year 12 virtual conference - Your Journey to the University of Exeter
Interested in applying to study at the University of Exeter? This conference is a great place to get all your questions about student life and support answered by current students here at the university along with gaining further subject insight and hearing more about making a competitive application. A finalised timetable for the event will be sent to you closer to the date.
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26th-29th June 2023 TBC

Royal Devon University NHS Trusts (Eastern Services) Work Experience 2023 - Year 12

A 4-day work experience programme, taking place at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital sites, including clinical placements, workshops and lectures. This placement is for Year 12 students considering applying to BMBS Medicine. Applications are competitive, and students must be based in RD&E East service area. For any questions, please contact Caspian Robson at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

Please note that school eligibility criteria may apply for this event

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History Curriculum Enrichment Sessions - Year 10-13

These Zoom sessions have been designed to offer additional teaching on aspects of the National History Curriculum, for both GCSE and A-Level students.

A-Level Session: This session aims to enhance A-Level curriculum teaching on Historical Enquiries, by investigating different identities within society.

A critic in the guise of a jester: the anti-racism of A.B.C Merriman-Labour

In 1909 Sierra Leonan writer A.B.C Merriman-Labor published Britons Through Negro Spectacles, a book that brilliantly satirized the colonial travel-writing that was extremely popular at the turn of the twentieth century. This session will explore the life and writings of A.B.C Merriman-Labor, considering how he used humour to subvert the colonial gaze, turning the lens on Britons themselves.

GCSE Session: This session aims to enhance GCSE curriculum teaching on Medieval Studies (500-1500).

Remembering Medieval Rebellion

Having borne witness to the Jacquerie of 1358 and the Peasants Revolt of 1381, the fourteenth century is often conceptualised in European history writing as a watershed moment. Yet, we can find traces of rebellious activity much earlier. In this session, we will examine the Norman Peasants Revolt of 996 and the London uprising of 1196 and explore how they have been remembered since.

For any questions, please contact Catherine Prowse at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk

Please note that school eligibility criteria may apply for this event

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Travelling Academics Roadshow 

This virtual roadshow will give your students an opportunity to hear a short talk from an academic or current University of Exeter student on a requested subject.  Speakers can provide expert insight on what it's like to study that particular subject at the University and/or a taster session, which could adapt to curriculum or focus on an academic’s specific research interests. To express an interest in arranging a talk in a particular subject area email the team at subjectoutreach@exeter.ac.uk 

Please note that school eligibility criteria may apply for this event

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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. We would be delighted to be able to explore these opportunities with you and would encourage you to submit a request using our school booking system linked to these pages.

Discover University

Discover University is a 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.