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Edge Hill University


Pre-recorded sessions

Download any of our sessions to watch in your own time:

An Intro to Higher Education


Why Edge Hill? An Introduction


Virtual Campus Tour


Introduction to UCAS


Personal Statements


Interview Skills (including virtual)


Student Finance


Study Skills


Finding Alternative Work Experience


Routes into Teaching


If you would like to attend one of our live EHU@Home sessions, the booking form and available dates are as follows: EHU@Home Evening Sessions

Virtual Open Day on demand

Watch presentations about our courses, experience a virtual tour with 360 images and lots more content, available 24/7!

Explore here

Top tips on attending upcoming Applicant Visit Days

Upcoming Subject Taster Days

A chance to experience subject introduction and taster sessions!

Book your place and more info

Other useful EHU links

Edge Hill Profile
Edge Hill Live Chats
Edge Hill Course Enquiries
Edge Hill Admissions Team
Virtual Campus Tour
Edge Hill YouTube



Manchester Metropolitan University

Post-16 Outreach resources webpage 

We know that Year 13 students will be well into the process of researching their Higher Education options and we are here to support them in their decision making. Our resources webpage is there to help you if you would like any talks/workshops for your students. 

Similarly, if you are planning your own HE activity and would like our support, then please do get in touch I’d be more than happy to support.    

ESRC Festival Challenge of Social Science Events 

Manchester Metropolitan University will be hosting a variety of events throughout November as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. To coincide with COP26, events will focus on sustainability and climate change as well as the societal impact of Covid19.  

There is a mixture of online and in-person events for all ages and tastes. For those working with young people, you will have the opportunity to build your knowledge and skills to empower young people respond to climate change through our award winning ‘Climate Sense’ training. You can pose your questions to a real Guardian of the Galaxy, experience the rain forest without having to leave your sofa and hear from Steve Kenzie- Chief Executive of the United Nations Global Compact Network, UK. 

All events are free to attend. Find out more and register here

Open Days 

Our open days are back on campus, and we’d love to see you there! 
At Manchester Met, we pride ourselves on our friendly, exciting, and information-packed Open Days. You can chat to tutors about courses you are interested in, ask our current students all about their student experience, and take a tour of our wonderful student accommodation. 

University of Law

Virtual Open Days – Click here for more details.

Careers finder – Click here.

University of Lincoln

Undergraduate Open Days – click here

Lincoln Live Lounge (every Wednesday) – click here for more details

Northumbria University

NU Entry

Northumbria University is committed to supporting students aspirations, regardless of background and we would like to bring your attention to a fantastic opportunity for some of your year 12 students to receive additional support on their journey to university. Given the additional challenges of the last few years, we hope this year more than ever, students will benefit from the fantastic range of free support provided by NU Entry.

NU Entry is an established two-year scheme designed to support students in Year 12 in England on their journey to university. The first year of the programme focusses on supporting students’ exploration of university choices, development of key skills for undergraduate study and application preparation. The second year of the programme continues the application support and is designed to support the transition to university. Students who complete the first year of NU Entry, will earn 16 NU Entry points, which are equivalent to UCAS tariff points when applying to Northumbria University.

What does NU Entry involve?
In their first year of sixth form/college, students will complete any combination of two online webinars/activities or faculty events from our programme, attend our NU Entry conference on campus in July and complete a research essay on their chosen subject area of interest, to earn NU Entry points, which is fantastic experience to support personal statement writing. In the second year of sixth form/college, students are then able to benefit from an optional programme of support throughout the year.

For more information and to apply
Please find a flyer (click here), summarising NU Entry and the support provided through the programme. Interested students should head to our website to check they are eligible and complete our short online application form to apply: northumbria.ac.uk/nuentry.
Applications close on the 21st January 2022 @ 17:00.

If you require any further information, have any questions, or would like to discuss a short virtual introduction to the scheme, please do get in touch on bc.nuentry@northumbria.ac.uk and we will be happy to help. We look forward to hopefully working with you this year as part of NU Entry.

University of Huddersfield

Campus Tours

For any interested students who have yet to visit our campus in Huddersfield, we are running in-person Campus Tours in small groups on the following dates in 2022:

  • Wednesday 19th January
  • Wednesday 23rd February
  • Wednesday 23rd March
  • Wednesday 20th April

These can be booked by individual students using this link: www.hud.ac.uk/open-days/campus-tours/

We are also hoping that group HE Experience Day visits to our campus will go ahead as planned this year, and are welcoming booking enquiries for these.