The University is strongly committed to ensuring that all young people can access the information and support they require to progress to high quality higher education. Some students may have greater difficulties to overcome than others, and we endeavour to provide tailored assistance and encouragement in acknowledgment of this.
Upcoming conference for professionals, Friday 16 June 2017
Gypsy, Roma & Traveller Education: Transition and Retention Across the Student Lifecycle
This exciting collaborative event will offer a varied programme suitable for anyone interested in GRT education. Speakers and delegates will share good practice and tackle key issues around transition and retention. The conference will close with a live musical performance.
Free to attend and buffet lunch provided. Register here now.
Contact the UEA Outreach team at email@example.com with any queries.
Activities for young people
We aim to create an inclusive environment in all our aspiration-raising activities, including campus visits, academic tasters and residential summer schools. We particularly welcome participation in these activities by looked after children and care leavers, young carers and young adult carers, gypsy, roma and traveller students, and and students with a disability, mental health condition or specific learning difficulty.
We are very happy to discuss individual requirements ahead of a campus visit or summer school experience, and we would like to encourage school staff, parents and carers to contact us with any issues or concerns.
If you would like to find out more about the opportunities we offer for young people in the local area, or discuss an upcoming event, please contact Liz Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01603 591960.