We offer a wide range of talks, visits and activities throughout the academic year. Working closely with your school or college, we can provide your students with a real taste of university life and show them where higher education can take them.
Make the most of these resources to give your students what they need. And sign up for email updates to get the latest talks, events and visits throughout the year.
We deliver a range of talks, activities and on-campus events on the broad aspects of university study and life, the University of Kent and our campuses, and a general overview of higher education.
The benefits of a degree, how university is different to school/college, and student life.
Find out the best ways to research and choose the right course and university.
Get your students thinking about what they should include.
Find out what loans and other funding is available.
This exercise will get you thinking about how to create and stick to a budget.
You play a key role in supporting students, and it’s difficult to find time for your own professional development. Our CPD and teacher training gives you advice and guidance on the application process and helps you to stay updated with any changes in higher education.
It’s all free. And there’s something for everyone – whether you are a new teacher, approaching the UCAS process for the first time, or an experienced adviser in need of a refresher.
For more information about bespoke CPD activity, contact email@example.com
These online presentations can help you to support your students with their UCAS applications and when budgeting for university.
Guide about the UCAS reference process and tips on how to write the best reference for students.
Guidance about personal statements, including tips on best practice and things to avoid.
Advice about student finance, how applications are made and what funding students may receive.
The University Entrance Diploma is a full-time course designed to meet the needs of young people who are looking for an alternative to traditional A levels or BTECs.
Delivered at the University of Kent's Medway campus, this innovative programme qualifies successful students for entry to a wide range of degrees including: Criminology, Psychology, Biomedical Science, Creative Writing and Law.
We can arrange day visits to our Canterbury and Medway campuses for your students in years 12-13.
It's an excellent opportunity for your students to see a university campus and to discover what types of facilities are available. The visit can include a guided tour with our current students and a bespoke itinerary.
We attend many large-scale recruitment events and exhibitions throughout the year including What University Live, UK University Search and UCAS fairs.
Come and say hello to our friendly team, discuss how we can support your school or college, or just drop by for a handy teachers’ pack. It's full of useful information for you and your students.
Want more information on our talks, workshops and events? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a Partner or Kent and Medway Progression Federation (KMPF) school, please contact email@example.com