A taste of university subjects
Give your students an insight into studying at university with our subject-specific events
From cyber security and mechanical engineering, to criminology and languages, your students can discover what university study is like, while revising their favourite subjects.
Our subject-specific events, workshops and activities will help them learn about university, and support your school or college in meeting Gatsby Benchmark 4 and 7.
Subject Tasters 2022/23
Nothing beats getting a feel for a course by joining us on campus at our taster days. Buzzing with purpose and possibility, they're a chance for your students to get closer to the subjects they love.
Browse tasters and book a group of students below. For any questions about the events, please contact email@example.com.
Health Sciences Taster Day | 18 April 2023
Computing Taster Day | 20 April 2023
Sport and Exercise Science Taster Day | 20 April 2023
Accounting and Economics Taster | 10 May 2023
English Language and Literature Taster | 17 May 2023
Languages Taster Day | 20 June 2023
Architecture Taster Day | 21 June 2023
Physics Taster Day | 27 June 2023
Maths Taster Day | 27 June 2023
Book a subject talk at your school or college
Our academics can deliver subject specific talks, events and workshops to you throughout the academic year. We're able to deliver these in-person at your school or college or virtually, and adapt them to support your curriculum.
Bespoke STEM events for post-16
STEM underpins all facets of modern life and evolves at relentless speeds. Whether its helping to keep the nation's data systems secure, or educating the next generation of maths teachers, STEM is making a difference to the world.
Your students can find out how to kick-start their career in STEM with our bespoke taster sessions in a number of subject areas. To book or find out more contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 023 9284 6214.
Subject areas available:
- Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Renewable Energy Engineering, Innovation Engineering and Property Development
- Computer Networks, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Cyber Security and Forensic Computing
- Data Science and Analytics, Mathematics, Mathematics with Statistics and Physics
Researchers in the classroom
Inspire your students as we bring world-leading research into your classroom together with our academics.
Bring university researchers into your classroom
Tailored to meet specific key stages, they're perfect for either a tutor-time activity, or to supplement a lesson – and available to download digitally and/or request in class delivery.
We’ll be updating this page regularly over term. To discuss any of our events or make a booking, please get in touch.
Phone: 023 9284 6214