We provide high quality presentations to students and parents/guardians alike related to higher education. These presentations can be delivered in your institution or at City.
The talks are designed to encourage and support students through the application process, whilst informing them about what City has to offer.
They are aimed at Year 12 and 13 students with a general interest in Higher Education and who, ideally, would be expecting to meet the City entry requirements for their chosen programme.
We can also deliver any of the sessions below at parent's evenings.
The talks we deliver are:
This presentation gives an introduction to higher education, outlining the benefits of further study. It gives a general overview of university study and life, and addresses some of the common concerns students may have.
This presentation will challenge students' perceptions of where degree study can take them. Students explore the variety of careers available within a specific field which will open their eyes to the possibilities available.
This session encourages students to begin researching where and what they would like to study. It gives guidance on the different factors students should consider when making decisions about university.
In this session we will take students through the UCAS process, including key dates and how to complete the application form.
This session can be delivered either as a presentation or a workshop. Students will learn how to structure a personal statement, what should be included and useful hints and tips. If delivered as a workshop, students will also analyse some real personal statement examples.
This session covers all the information regarding student finance such as tuition fees, maintenance loans, bursaries, scholarships and loan repayments. Students will also get an overview of living on a student budget.
This presentation covers all of the key information about opportunities and services that are available to students at City.
This presentation aims to address concerns and preconceptions that prospective students may have of studying in London with some top tips to make the most of the London student experience.
This presentation is delivered by one of our student ambassadors, who will provide an insight into life as a student at university in general, and specifically life at City. Prospective students will discover what awaits them at university including accommodation, societies, part time work and more.
We can deliver a session on any of these topics to teachers and careers advisers to support their students through the UCAS process.
We deliver sessions for parents at information evenings which can include any of the topics included here.
Subject talks and workshops
City's 5 Schools also deliver subject talks and workshops to introduce students to their chosen subject and experience university level study. These sessions are aimed at year 12 students who would be expected to meet the City entry requirements for their chosen programme.
The following workshops can be booked by teachers and advisers. Students who want to book a taster themselves should visit our Taster Day page.
Cass Business School
Cass Business School runs a range of sessions on the range of programmes that are offered within the School. The team can either deliver information sessions looking at what it is like to study in the Business School or tailored mock university sessions to insipre students.
Taster sessions are available in the following areas:
- Accounting and Finance
- Actuarial Science
- Business Management
- Finance (including Banking & International Finance and Investment & Financial Risk Management)
City Law School
The Law School run sessions in the style of mock lectures, which will introduce students to topics related to studying Law at City.
School of Arts and Social Sciences
With the widest variety of courses within any School at City, these sessions cover a variety of areas
- English - please see here for the full range of English Literature A-level syllabus workshops
- History and International Politics
- Music and Music, Sound and Technology - please see here for the full range of Music workshops
- Psychology, Criminology and Sociology
School of Health Sciences
The School of Health Sciences offers a range of courses across the allied health professions. The School are able to deliver interactive taster sessions or information sessions on the courses, making the most of the application and how to excel on selection day.
School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering
The School run a range of interactive workshops, many of which take place in City laboratories and world leading facilities. They also deliver talks on what it is like to study these STEM subjects at university.
A full guide of the activities available can be found here.
- Computer and Data Science
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical and Biomedical Engineering
- Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering