UWE Bristol organises a number of exciting face-to-face and online activities, events and opportunities designed to help raise students' aspirations, attainment and awareness of higher education.

Whether your students are exploring their options for after school or college, considering university study or want to find out more about a subject, we're here to help.

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Contact us

Please feel free to get in touch with us at recruitment.outreach@uwe.ac.uk to discuss our activities.

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Outreach activity for schools and colleges

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Workshops and presentations

Informative and interactive talks and workshops delivered in your school or college to help students explore Higher Education and student life.

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Campus visits and activities at UWE Bristol

Range of exciting opportunities for your students to visit us on campus and learn more about Higher Education and life at UWE Bristol.

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Higher Education and careers fairs

Opportunities to meet UWE Bristol staff and students at UCAS exhibitions and careers events hosted at your school or college.

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Children’s University

Programme designed to help children aged 5-14 develop new interests and skills through creative and innovative learning activities.

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Widening participation

See how UWE Bristol is firmly committed to making sure that everyone with the potential to benefit from higher education has the opportunity to do so.

Information and advice for students

We have developed a range of resources to support prospective students at all levels of education and their families, as well as teachers and advisers in schools and colleges. To help you, we have categorised the resources by the age group they are most relevant for.

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Year 13 students

Online resources suitable for students in the second year of UK post-16 courses (typically aged 17-18 years old) or mature learners completing an Access course. 

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Year 12 students

Online resources suitable for students in the first year of UK post-16 courses (typically aged 16-17 years old).

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Year 10 and 11 students

Online resources suitable for students in Key Stage 4 in the UK (typically aged 14-16 years old).

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Year 9 students and below

Online resources suitable for students up to 14 years old.