Our team can design bespoke campus programmes tailored to you and your learners’ needs. We offer a range of activities, such as talks, workshops, taster sessions and interactive campus activities, to give students a real sense of what Higher Education is all about, and what it’s like to be a student at Newman.
We also offer a range of Learning Days. Learning Days are subject-specific and are offered throughout the year. You have the choice of attending either a subject-specific Learning Day, where other schools across the Midlands will be attending, or you can arrange for a selection of your students from different subject areas to attend a generic campus visit.
For further information, please contact David Handy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Visits Days
Campus visit days can be arranged according to your students’ needs and they are a great way to get an insight into university and what Newman University can offer students. If you have a specific date in mind and would like to find out more about these days, please contact David Handy at email@example.com.
Subject specific Learning Days are a great way for students who are interested in certain subject areas to come along and experience what studying at Newman is really like. You’ll get an opportunity to meet academics, our current students, get a tour of the campus, and engage in lively debates or workshops.
At our Explore and Experience events students will be able to explore and experience sessions including; ‘Introduction to Higher Education’, student finance, student life, personal statements and will be able to go on a tour of our university campus.
To book places on any of our Explore and Experience events please contact David Handy via firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0121 483 2218
Higher Education Advisers’ Conference
Our annual Higher Education Advisers’ Conference is an opportunity for us to work with a variety of professionals that work closely with students, supporting them with their journey into Higher Education.
We are proud of the links with have with teachers, careers advisers and pastoral staff and we are committed to providing professional development opportunities, as well as working collaboratively to support young people.
Our Higher Education Advisers’ Conference is tailored to provide training and CPD that incorporates the latest developments and trends within the sector , as well as providing an opportunity to discuss effective IAG and sharing best practice.