Talks, presentations and workshops
Our Recruitment Team visit sixth forms in schools and colleges across the North West, delivering sessions designed to enable students to make an informed choice about Higher Education. Frequently requested sessions are detailed below.
Why Higher Education?
A great introduction to the concept of Higher Education, aimed at Year 12 students. It covers the benefits of undergraduate study and gives advice on the first steps to choosing a course and institution.
The UCAS application process
This informative session covers the whole UCAS process, from filling in the UCAS form, to how applications progress and are processed at your chosen university.
Personal statements made easy
Top tips for personal statements for students at the end of Year 12 or beginning of Year 13. This interactive session includes real examples (both good and bad!), and advice about what admissions tutors are looking for.
An insight into what it's really like at university. Members of the Education Liaison Team and Student Ambassadors demystify student life for your sixth-formers.
Finance talks for parents and/or students
This session explains the Higher Education funding system. It offers reassurance to parents and shows students how to get the most out of what's on offer.
Preparing for interview
Interviews can be a stressful experience for students applying to university. This session helps students prepare themselves for interview, outlining some of the techniques used by universities. It also has great stress busting and confidence building advice!
Reference writing for teachers
What are admissions tutors looking for in the UCAS reference? This session uses real examples to share with you the kind of information which will really make a difference to the outcome of the application.
The University of Liverpool continues to be a very popular choice for students. This presentation details some of the reasons why students decide to choose us.
If you would like to book a talk, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0151 794 5933.