Resources, information and links below are provided for teachers and careers advisors in schools and colleges.
The above video has been created by the Widening Participation team for teachers to use during enrichment sessions in school.
It has been designed to provoke discussion about what university is and who it is for. To accompany the video is a booklet of worksheets designed for a wide age range of students from Year 7 to Year 12. The booklet can be found below in the resources section.
I emailed it to year 8 mentors and they thought it was an excellent resource which they used and had great discussions from..
Teacher, Barking Abbey School 2016
Talks, Campus Visits and HE Fairs
The above link is for teachers and staff in schools or colleges who wish to request: a university themed talk for Year 12 or 13 students, a Year 12 Campus Visit, or attendance at a HE fair or parents evening.
These outreach activities are organised and delivered by staff in the QMUL UK Student Recruitment team. Their targeting strategy has identified key regions, schools and colleges and they often cannot fulfil all the requests they receive. However, staff from across the UK are encouraged to contact the team.
Below are the university themed talks available to request. Talks normally last 30-40 minutes, but can be adapted.
Why Go to University?
Choosing Courses and Universities
Personal Statements and the UCAS Process
Studying in London
The Queen Mary Experience
An updated list of HE Fairs and UCAS Conventions highlights the locations whereby QMUL representatives will be on hand to answer prospective students questions.
Resources for students who are considering applying to Medicine or Dentistry degree courses.
These resources are mostly generated from our East London GA events. These resources are regularly updated and designed to update subject knowledge or for use in the classroom
The Widening Participation team run a variety of activities designed to encourage specific students, from Year 5 through to Year 12, to consider university.
Departments across Queen Mary run their own outreach activities and events. Links to their web pages are shared below: