The Future Students Office provides expert information, advice and guidance to students, parents and teachers through from Primary School to Mature learners, wherever you are in the world.
Through the delivery of engaging talks and workshops, facilitating academic visits and taster days, attending your events and organising fantastic conferences, we aim to provide students from all backgrounds with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their future.
We also offer Post-16 Progression Programmes and if you are a teacher or Year 12 student at a school/college in the East Midlands, please visit our Progression Programme website to find out more.
To find out more about the services we can provide, why not get in touch? Our team welcomes requests via email at email@example.com and will respond within 5 working days.
School of Education: Continuing Professional Development
Our School of Education offers enjoyable and challenging CPD courses covering a wide range of curriculum and specialist subjects. Postgraduate Certificates and Masters degrees are offered part-time, and currently these programmes are subsidised by the TDA for those with Qualified Teacher Status.
For bookings and enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (unless advised otherwise)
Schools’ Taster Conference
A day of inspirational and engaging taster sessions across all of our undergraduate departments, led by acclaimed academic staff from one of the UK’s leading research and teaching universities. More information.
- Saturday 8 September, all day
Medicine Calling is a fantastic event for those that are interested in either studying medicine or psychology at university, as this event is all about psychiatry! This conference, attended by more than 200 students last year, is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn more about psychiatry and the varied, exciting, rewarding and challenging career it offers, as well as a chance to attend interactive workshops, and a chance to find out about how to apply to medicine. If any of your students would like to attend, they’ll need to email email@example.com for an application form.
Brain Awareness Day
- Wednesday 26 September, 10.30am - 3.30pm
Open to anyone with an interest in studying psychology and neuroscience, including biology, medicine, genetics, physiology, pharmacology and health sciences. The day includes presentations, campus tours, live demonstrations and the opportunity to meet students and experts.
SAVE THE DATE: Teacher and Adviser Conference
This two-day spectacular, held at the University, will incorporate fantastic academic taster lectures from across a range of our world-class departments, expert advice and guidance sessions and high-quality keynote speakers from across the higher education sector. Overnight accommodation will be provided as well as travel support to the event!