Our talks will prepare your students and demystify the university experience. All of our sessions are flexible depending on the requirements of your school or college. 

Keeping everyone safe is our top priority. With a team based across the UK, we hope to back visiting you in person soon. For now, we offer a full range of flexible and interactive online support so there’s no need for anyone to miss out.

Talks for students

  • Why do people go to university?
  • A focus on: EPQs
  • Applying to university: the UCAS journey
  • Writing a successful personal statement
  • Which higher education course is right for me?
  • What's it like to be a student at university?
  • How does student finance work?
  • Taster lectures
  • Additional topics as requested

Talks for parents and carers

  • Supporting your student on their journey to university
  • Additional topics as requested

Talks for teachers, tutors and advisers

View our Talks and Tasters booklet for descriptions on the talks above. The team are also happy to offer interactive workshops, combine talks or cover another topic of your choice if you can't see quite what you're looking for - email schools@uea.ac.uk to discuss your requirements.

Online sessions that work for you

We take a flexible approach to our online sessions and will work with you to find out what will work best for you and your students. We can run sessions using our Blackboard Collaborate virtual classroom system, or are happy to join a session using your preferred software. Our live sessions bring your students together and give them the chance to ask questions but we can also arrange for recorded versions of talks. We are here to support you with any technical, safeguarding or logistical concerns so please do get in touch if you have any questions.

Contact us

We want to support you, so we do not charge for these services. If you’re unsure which opportunities suit you or your students best, please get in touch. We’ll help identify the best content, timing and delivery method for your situation. Email schools@uea.ac.uk