The Partnership can attend your event on behalf of our Partner universities with a stand containing general HE information.

Our team will bring along a variety of resources and information for students to view and take away, as well as being available to answer questions about Higher Education, studying in the North East, where different courses can be studied, and entry requirements at our Partner universities.  We can also talk to students about how to access careers they are interested in through studying at university as well as providing information on how their choices at A level can be relevant and impactful when applying for a university course. Our ambassadors can also provide information on the UCAS application process from start to finish as well as applying for Student Finance and additional funding that may be available to students.

If you have a bespoke visit request, please contact us. Please be aware that the partnership will typically attend on behalf of our Partner universities so there is no need to invite them individually.

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Careers Fair Stand
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Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4
Audience
Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Parents/Carers
Category
Careers, Futures, STEM, Intro to HE, Student Finance
Clock
30 Minutes, 1 Hour, Half day, Full day
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