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Teachers and Advisers

Our Student Recruitment and Widening Participation team offer a range of activities and workshops for teachers, advisers and students. The activities aim to inspire, raise awareness of Higher Education and support students during the application cycle. To view the range of activities available please visit our School and College Outreach pages

The FAQs below are not exhaustive and more information can be found at our main Covid-19 page, at www.northumbria.ac.uk/covid19 

The Student Recruitment and Widening Participation team are currently working from home, to get in touch please email studentrecruitment@northumbria.ac.uk 

COVID-19 FAQs for Teachers and Advisers

Are you running any open days at the moment?

Our next on-campus Open Day will take place on Saturday 25 September 2021. Students can book a place to attend the event by visiting our Open Day page, which will be updated in the coming months with the programme for the day.

Are you delivering any virtual sessions?

We have developed a range of programmes and subject-specific sessions that can be delivered remotely on an online platform that suits you and your school. Visit our School and College Outreach pages to see more and to book! We also have a series of pre-recorded films available - please contact your regional coordinator or studentrecruitment@northumbria.ac.uk 

Are you able to offer any Junior Evolve/Evolve sessions on campus?

Currently we are not able to deliver any sessions on campus, but we will contact you if this changes. Please visit the Open Day pages to find out more about our September Open Day and the opportunity to visit our campus.

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Teacher and Adviser Conference

Our Teachers' & Advisers' Information Event 2021 is now live. Please follow the link to find out more. 

Confirmation and Clearing

The clearing and confirmation period can be quite a daunting experience for many students and their families. At Northumbria University, we aim to provide as much assistance and information as we can to aid teachers and advisers in the process. Please check our clearing page.

We can also deliver a Confirmation and Clearing session to your Year 13 students within our Evolve programme.

Collaborative Partnerships

We work with a range of partners to ensure our continued delivery of high-quality outreach and to provide impartial information and support to students and teachers.

North East Uni Connect Programme

The North East Uni Connect Programme is a collaboration of all the universities and further education colleges in the North East region. Institutions are working together to deliver a targeted programme of information and support relating to higher education options in the North East. This activity is part of the National Uni Connect Programme funded by the Office for Students (OfS).

FutureMe is the programme of activity being offered to students by North East Uni Connect. Students taking part in FutureMe will have access to a range of activities and events to support them in considering their future options and learning about educational pathways available to them. By taking part in FutureMe activities we want young people to:

Have the opportunity to plan for their future and gain an understanding of what can support them in reaching their goals. 

Have access to high quality information and support to help them consider whether higher education is the right option for them. 

Have an increased awareness and understanding of higher education opportunities and progression pathways in the region.

You can find out more about Uni Connect by visiting the Office for Students website. 

North East Raising Aspiration Programme

The North East Raising Aspiration Partnership (NERAP) is a collaboration of the five universities in the region working together to ensure every young person has the opportunity to make informed decisions about higher education.

Working alongside key stakeholders, NERAP focuses outreach activity where added value can be achieved collaboratively. NERAP create targeted and progressive interventions for students currently underrepresented in higher education. 

NERAP coordinates a range of collaborative activities for students in primary and secondary education and specific targeted support for underrepresented groups, including care experienced students and young carers. NERAP also delivers events for teachers, advisers, parents and carers to support information, advice and guidance given to young people across the region.

 

 


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