Secondary school and College Activities
We offer a range of support for schools and colleges, including attendance at HE or careers fairs, talks on various topics at your school/college or campus visits to Keele. For our full offer, please view details of our outreach activity below and complete the activity enquiry form or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your request.
What we can offer
Most sessions can be delivered on campus or in your school/college. Please note, all sessions are delivered free of charge but are subject to staff and room availability on the required dates. You are able to view our full terms and conditions before booking any activity.
Keele University hosts a number of opportunities to visit the campus throughout the year, from Open Days and Offer Holder Days to Independent Visits.
UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) co-ordinate the delivery of around 50 Higher Education Exhibitions each year. The events provide learners with the opportunity to explore their future choices, and talk to representatives from Higher and Further Education institutions, charities, graduate recruiters, gap year companies and commercial organisations. Many of the Exhibitions also have seminars to help the learners with making an application, finances or course choices.
Locally, the Staffordshire UCAS Exhibition is hosted at the Stoke-on-Trent Campus of Staffordshire University. All schools and colleges within Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire are invited to bring Year 12 students to the one day event, which includes an extensive seminar programme.
Keele University will be attending all UCAS Exhibitions in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Keele University's annual Teachers' and Advisers' Conference is an opportunity to receive up to date information about Higher Education and to network and share best practice with colleagues from across the sector.
We offer a range of sessions and presentations aimed at students in Key Stage 5. These sessions can be adapted to suit specific groups and time limits as required. Our interactive sessions are aimed at a maximum capacity of 30 students per session. Presentations can be delivered to wider audiences, and have previously been incorporated into assemblies.
Our school-based sessions can cover the following topics:
- Benefits of Higher Education
- Choosing a Course and University
- Personal Statements
- Student Finance and Budgeting
- Student Life
- The UCAS Application Process
- Transition Skills