Working with us

The Undergraduate Student Recruitment and Access team at Keele are committed to delivering high quality sessions for students considering their options on higher education.

We work with a large number of schools and colleges across the West Midlands and beyond, and we are more than happy to tailor our offering to your needs and discuss ways in which we can support your students. 

If you would like to discuss an activity or request a booking, please email the team on outreach@keele.ac.uk


To explore our student recruitment and outreach activities, please see below.

Making the informed choice for university is the most important thing for a student and this talk helps students think about what to consider when looking into their HE options. 

A full introduction to UCAS delivered to support key supporters and influencers in a student's decision making. This session will breakdown some of the jargon that is used, explain the process and the timelines involved in making an application. It will also highlight ways that parents and guardians can be supportive of students applying. 

A full introduction to the UCAS process and what to expect. It will cover the timeline that students should be working towards, an overview of how admissions at university works and what they will have to do at different points in the cycle. 

An introduction to Keele University. Designed to show why a student might be interested in studying with ourselves here at Keele. Highlighting our courses and campus facilities as well as how we support all our students. 

One our team can review a student's personal statement to provide feedback and advice on any areas that may need improvement. 

This session will help students prepare for attending an open day or higher education fair and how to make the most of them. It will talk about the different types of events that universities offer and what type of questions to think about in advance of attending the event. 

This talk will introduce students to the UCAS personal statement and explain how it is used in the application process. It will show why the statement is important, provide some ideas on a structure to use and show some real examples of good and bad statements that have previously been submitted. 

Every year there are students who have not made the right subject choice for certain degrees at university, this talk is designed to help students make the right choice in their Level 3 qualifications and provide some inspiration for those who are unsure on what to do next. 

A session showing what financial support is available for students from England and how the application process works. It will explain how to apply for support and what the repayments are post university. It can also be adapted for students from Wales. 

Typically delivered by a current student, this session will highlight what a student can get involved with at university. Will cover sports, societies, volunteering and placements.