Events for teachers and advisers

HE Advisers' Day 2019

Each year the University of Exeter hosts two HE Advisers' Days in Exeter and Cornwall. The days provide the opportunity for teachers and careers advisers, who play a vital role in supporting students making progression decisions, to attend a full programme of presentations and workshops focusing on the current higher education environment and the factors affecting progression.

This year the HE Adviser's Days will take place on Wednesday 13th February at Holland Hall, Streatham Campus, 10:30 - 16:00, and Thursday 14th February at Chi an Bobel Conference Centre, Cornwall, 09:30 - 14:45. There is no charge for attendance at our HE Advisers' Days.

The programme for both days will be very similar in content and will contain information and workshops covering the following topics: UCAS application cycle, student funding, teaching resources, University of Exeter admissions. In addition, the focus for both days will be on careers guidance and we will have speakers from within the sector sharing information and ideas on best practice. Further information about these events including booking details are available here


 

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The South West Academic Trust (SWAT) Teaching and Learning Conference

The Annual Teaching and Learning Conference involves a series of interactive workshops and key note speakers who will share interesting and innovative experiences and allow delegates the opportunity to generate ideas to make teaching and learning truly exceptional.

The next teaching conference will take place on Thursday 13th June 2019 at the University of Exeter. Further information will be available on this site closer to the date.

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Advancing Access

Advancing Access host free CPD virtual conferences for teachers and advisers. Representatives from Russell Group universities normally present topics covering: successful personal statements; writing academic references; preparing for university interviews; applying to medicine; applying to Oxford and Cambridge.

You can ask questions through live discussion forums. To find out more and sign up for the event, visit the Advancing Access website.