Support for teachers and careers advisers
As well as supporting students, we are hosting the following events for teachers and advisers.
Regional Teacher Twilight Sessions
Our Regional Teacher Twilight Sessions provide teachers and advisers with the opportunity to find out more about the UCAS application process, the truth about personal statements, and discover how the University of Bristol can support you and your students.
Sessions will be delivered by University of Bristol recruitment and admissions staff, alongside outside speakers from third-sector organisations able to offer advice and opportunities for schools and colleges.
The 2018 Taster Days will be held at three different locations:
Please click on the above links to book your place.
Western Outreach Network HE Adviser Conference
The Western Outreach Network invites you to the WON HE Adviser Conference on Tuesday 10th July 2018. This free event is for any teacher and adviser that provides guidance to young people who are thinking of progressing into Higher Education. Hosted at the University of Bath, this event will allow delegates to engage with all eight WON partner institutions (including the University of Bristol) whilst participating in a range of selected workshops and keynote speeches.
The aim of the conference is to equip teachers and advisers with the information and advice they need to support students into Higher Education. Speakers include Mike Nicholson, Director of Student Recruitment & Admissions at the University of Bath, UCAS, Careerpilot, Student Finance England, in addition to a Q&A panel with Higher Education Admissions staff.
This twilight event has been designed to allow colleagues to attend with minimum disruption to teaching and other duties. The conference will provide a great opportunity for continuing professional development and to network. A light supper will also be provided!
Register your interest and the WON team will be in contact with further details and confirmation. Please feel free to share this with any colleagues.
Discover More was a twice yearly magazine, encouraging students to engage with University life. The last issue was published in spring 2015.
The University has recently launched Speakezee, a new platform that brings together schools event organisers and academic speakers.