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This month, we kick off the new academic year with a chat with Stuart and Alex from UEA's music centre. They explain how students of any subject can enjoy music while they're at university - and how they might even be entitled to a scholarship to support them.Plus we'll hear more about some of the activities taking place this term to support you an…
 
Results day is just around the corner, so it's a good idea to make sure your students are prepared. This month, Alix Delany, head of admissions at UEA, talks us through clearing and highlights some key things you and your students should be aware of this year.Alix will be running a webinar for students and their parents/carers on 25 July 2022. Deta…
 
The way the news is reported shapes the world we live in. Join Clare and Barnie from our Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism course for some top tips for advising students interested in this challenging and exciting career.For more information on the course, visit: www.uea.ac.uk/course/undergraduate/ba-broadcast-and-multimedia-journalismAnd don't f…
 
This month we're joined by Rosemary from UEA's School of Pharmacy, to discuss studying pharmacy and pharmacology at university. Plus we'll get some top tips on what students need to be doing to ensure they have their accommodation sorted in plenty of time for starting university.School of Pharmacy: http://www.uea.ac.uk/pharmacyOnline taster lecture…
 
What's the difference between studying economics at sixth form or college, and studying it at university? In this episode, we speak to Bahar, admissions director for UEA's School of Economics, and current economics student Wini to find out.Find out more about economics at UEA: www.uea.ac.uk/economicsWe also discuss what students need to be doing ab…
 
This month, we're looking at how students can enhance their degree by adding either a year in industry or incorporating some time spent studying abroad. What places are available and how do students get them? What are the costs involved? And what if students are worried about taking a break in their studies? Listen now to hear more from James Gardi…
 
You and your students might be familiar with studying history at school/college level, but what's it like to study at university? In this episode, Jessica Sharkey from UEA's School of History is joined by former student Faye - who shares her thoughts on completing a history degree and how it has helped in her career.For more information about study…
 
Join us as we hear from Sarah Drake, Claire Moran and Steph Jong, all from UEA's School of Health Sciences. We'll be taking a closer look at studying occupational therapy and also hearing more about support available for students facing interviews for health science courses.For more information on interview support for health science students, visi…
 
What does it mean to study 'education' at university? This month, Harry Dyer from UEA's School of Education and Lifelong Learning tells us more about this dynamic course and the many different career paths education students might follow.Find out more about the School of Education and Lifelong Learning: www.uea.ac.uk/educationChat to Harry via Ask …
 
International Development looks at key global issues such as climate change, economic development, environmental justice, and gender inequality. It's a great option for students with a strong social conscience, or those who have enjoyed humanities and social sciences at school or college and don’t want to narrow their study to one chosen discipline…
 
What is a foundation year? Which students might benefit from a foundation year? Join Joy Hawkins from UEA's Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities to find out.Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/study/information-for/foundation-yearChat to Joy at: www.uea.ac.uk/ask-usRequest foundation year materials to use with your students: schools@uea.ac.uk…
 
This month HE Adviser Lydia chats to Alix Delany, Head of Admissions at UEA, about exam results and clearing. We'll look at the key dates for 2021, what might be different this year and what we can all do to help students feel prepared.To join our Channel Talent clearing session on 27th July, register at www.channeltalent.co.uk/event/he-guidance-ge…
 
On this episode, we're joined by Chris Atkin from UEA's School of Engineering, with some great advice for advising students who are interested in studying engineering - including general vs. specialisms and what to look out for when comparing degrees at different universities.For more information on engineering at UEA:www.uea.ac.uk/engineeringwww.u…
 
This month, Jeannette Chin from our School of Computing Sciences is joined by former computing science student Nik, to talk about the range of subjects included within computing, the different skills students can develop and how to prepare for the transition from school/college to university.To find out more about our courses, visit www.uea.ac.uk/c…
 
This month we're joined by Stan from our School of Health Sciences and Jennie, a former student, to look the new Operating Department Practice degree.For full course details visit: www.uea.ac.uk/course/undergraduate/bsc-operating-department-practiceWe also discuss the various resources available to applicants to help them make informed decisions fo…
 
Now that the UCAS deadline has passed, we kick things off this month by taking a look at the impact the pandemic has had on university admissions, and what this could mean for those looking to study next year. We're also joined by Andrew Sach, who talks to us about what it's like to study social work - including what social work is, how placements …
 
This month, Kim Ridealgh, Head of Language and Communication Studies at UEA, talks about why studying a language - on its own or alongside another discipline - is such a valuable skill. Plus we're joined by Katy Baines, who graduated from UEA with a degree in Spanish in 2016, to hear what advice she'd give to students who are considering studying a…
 
This month, HE Adviser Jess updates us on recent on entry requirements and accepted qualifications. - UEA course catalogue: www.uea.ac.uk/course-finder - EPQ resources: www.uea.ac.uk/study/epq - English language equivalencies: www.uea.ac.uk/apply/our-admissions-policy/english-language-equivalencies - Contact our Admissions team: admissions@uea.ac.u…
 
Our HE Adviser Lucy joins us to tell us all about a new package of EPQ resources available for students, teachers and advisers. To view the resources and request lesson plans, visit www.uea.ac.uk/study/epqTo find out more about the Bright Spark Scholarship, visit www.uea.ac.uk/scholarshipsPaz Muñoz, senior lecturer from our School of Chemistry, dis…
 
Are your students feeling overwhelmed by the sheer number of courses on offer? We have some top tips for helping narrow down the choices and find the right one for them.Plus Sally Homden from Norwich Medical School talks to us about medicine gateway years, and gives advice on how aspiring medicine students can get the work experience they need, eve…
 
As we begin a new term, we take a look at the online advice and guidance available so that your students can stay both safe and informed - including webinars, virtual HE fairs and online taster lectures.We're also joined by James Armes from Norwich Business School, who discusses the differences between BA and BSc courses - and how students can choo…
 
Francisco Costa joins us to talk about our new Liberal Arts programme, launching in 2021. This is a great option for students who want to be able to shape their degree according to their interests and skills.We also have some great online opportunities especially for teachers and advisers this month:- Teachers and advisers conference (live event 4t…
 
Prof Richard Harvey, UEA's Academic Director for Admissions and UCAS Council Member, talks about how students can continue to prepare for university during the lockdown and addresses concerns around admissions in light of cancelled exams.Further information:- UEA webinars: www.uea.ac.uk/study/webinars- Preparing for University MOOC: www.futurelearn…
 
This month we're joined by conservationist, author and award-winning broadcaster Ben Garrod, who talks to us about his role as Professor of Evolutionary Biology and Science Engagement here at UEA and the Youth STEMM Award. Plus Becky from our Outreach team explains what support is available to help widen participation in higher education and why un…
 
How does pollution affect human health and wellbeing? How can we reduce our energy consumption in the western world? What happens inside an erupting volcano? Environmental Sciences looks at all these questions and more - find out about this exciting course from our guest Dr Amii Harwood. Visit www.uea.ac.uk/environmental-sciencesPlus, we have detai…
 
Louise and Will from UEA's School of Psychology join us to talk about the exciting new BSc Computational Psychology course. Find out what the course involves and what kind of students it might be suitable for.Sign your class up to our free online guest lecture and we'll be able to explain the course directly to your students, as well as answering a…
 
Darren and Adrienne from UEA CareerCentral discuss how you can advise your students on their higher education choices depending on their career goals. They also give an overview of the support that students can expect at university to improve their employability and find the right role for them when they graduate.For more information on UEA CareerC…
 
We're back with a new name for the new academic year. This month, we're joined by Kristina Garner, a lecturer in Law and a widening participation academic officer at UEA. We also discuss recent changes made to the clearing process and offer some handy hints to plan for the year ahead.For more information on UEA Law School visit www.uea.ac.uk/law…
 
This month's podcast comes from UEA's annual Nurturing Bright Futures conference for teachers and advisers. We're joined by Rob from Channel Talent (www.channeltalent.co.uk) to talk about the free online guest lecture service available to schools, and Caroline - a careers adviser from Prior Park College in Bath and conference attendee.…
 
This month we have a longer than usual episode and it's all about Medicine. We're joined by Sally Homden the Academic Outreach Officer for Medicine and Sue Madden, the Admissions Director in the Norwich School of Medicine. They run through some useful tips to help you prepare students for medicine interviews, the UCAT test, what the course is like …
 
This month we are joined by Carrie who organises all the UEA Summer Schools and Taster Days. To sign up and book your place, visit https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/info-for/young-people/post-16/university-tasters-enrichment/summer-schools Harry Dyer also joins us to discuss the benefits of a degree in Education. If you have a a question for our post bag…
 
This month we run through the university wide scholarships that are available at UEA including the Bright Spark Scholarship worth £3,000. More information here: https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/scholarships Esther Glover chats about Actuarial Science and the opportunities UEA students get when they study this interesting subject. To go str…
 
This month we discuss all the areas of support that your students can access when they arrive at UEA (as well as during their transition period), from finance and mental well-being to academic support and study skills. We’re joined by Kamena, one of the co-creators of Open Up UEA, a new app which helps students to build on their emotional resilienc…
 
This month we discuss the importance of university applicant days and what your students can gain from attending. Jane joins us to talk about next year's Nurturing Bright Futures Conference for Teachers and Advisers and Rupert from our Philosophy department is the monthly guest lecturer. We have a great post bag question all about disclosing mental…
 
In this special episode all about studying abroad, we invited Rachel and Jack from the UEA Study Abroad office to answer those all important questions. Rosemary from Pharmacy is our monthly guest lecturer and we invited Brad from the International Office to help answer the question from our post bag. Email schools@uea.ac.uk if you would like your q…
 
This month we are joined by Ellie who studied Meteorology here at UEA and we discuss how to advise students who might want to choose a university course that they didn't study at A Level. Elizabeth also joins us as our monthly guest lecturer to talk about International Relations and we answer the first question from our post bag. If you have a ques…
 
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