Post-16

Our events and resources give your post-16 students the opportunity to explore life as STEM student here at Leeds, participate in university taster sessions and hear from current students about their experiences.

Outreach activities for post-16 students

Our specially trained undergraduate students will talk about their journeys and inspire your students to progress in STEM at GCSE, BTEC, A Level and beyond!
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Interested in studying a STEM subject at university? Wonder about some of the challenges new graduate researchers are working on? You are invited to participate at the University of Leeds invite you to participate in a short series of online workshops (60 minutes each) from 4:15 – 5:15pm. Find out about their journeys to university, research area plus take part in an informal question and answer session.
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Are you an engineering and/ careers teacher working with Post-16 students interested in studying engineering at university and gaining experience to write about in their personal statements?
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A series of interactive workshops to inspire the next generation of engineers from a BTEC background to study at university by addressing existing barriers and demonstrating the value of having a degree.
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Environment Futures
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Here is a selection of online taster lecture videos from across the STEM faculties and subject areas.
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Your chance to explore fascinating Physics topics, meet world-leading experts and get a taste of what life as a researcher is like
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The University of Leeds is working in partnership with In2ScienceUK. The In2scienceUK programme provides disadvantaged Year 12 students with the support, skills and experience needed to achieve their potential and progress to degrees, apprenticeships and careers in STEM. The programme connects students to volunteers from different fields within STEM to share their insights and knowledge. Our volunteers host up to three students for a one or two week in-person placement during the summer of 2022 to complement our programme of online activities.
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