Bristol offers a range of opportunities to students taking A-levels or equivalent to help them make their decisions about university.
Bristol offers a range of opportunities to help students to inform their decision making. Students currently taking A-levels, BTECs, an Access to HE Diploma or equivalent qualifications can apply to many of our Post-16 directly. These programmes give a taste of what it is like to study at Bristol and also have admissions-benefits attached for participants, such as a Guaranteed Contextual Offer.
Are you a student interested in getting involved?
Local students can take part in Access to Bristol or Pathways to Health Sciences, which offer weekly academic classes in subject-themed groups. Year 12 students nationally can apply to our Sutton Trust or Insight into Bristol Summer Schools for an opportunity to spend a week staying on campus. Black and Asian students may be interested in participating in Next Step Bristol, an entirely virtual outreach programme exclusively for students of Black, Asian or Mixed heritage. Students interested in STEM may be interested in STEM Up!, our new virtual programme launching in April.
Are you a teacher/advisor interested in supporting your students?
Schools and colleges can arrange for larger groups of students to attend a KS5 School Conference (Covid-dependent). We also offer practical sessions and workshops both in person and virtually for school/college groups, which can be booked through our online booking form. We recommend that teachers and careers contacts register for our termly newsletter to receive updates on outreach opportunities, admissions benefits and exclusive virtual content.
Explore our virtual resources for an insight into different teaching styles and the various subjects you may choose to study. These include academic taster sessions and informative videos on topics such as student finance and personal statements. Registrants will also receive invitations to exclusive live seminars and activities.
Subject Taster Sessions in June 2021.