The Annual Conference for Teachers and Advisers 2018 is only a week away!

29 January 2018

You™ll hear from experts from across the higher education and employment landscapes “ experienced voices offering information, advice, and guidance on a range of key topics, including:


  • understanding the UCAS application process

  • the many different options open to your students

  • qualification changes likely to affect applicants

  • exploring applications to HE, and uncovering the providers™ perspective


  • With over 200 teachers and advisers in attendance each year, this is a great opportunity to network and share best practice with those currently advising in a similar role, and facing the same challenges.


New for 2018


Don™t miss your chance to get the inside track on current post-18 opportunities for your students “ book now!
Opening times

  • ˜Networking and nibbles™ - Meet representatives from a range of UK universities and colleges in an informal, early evening, networking environment.

  • Facilitated discussions “ participate in delegate-led discussions on your topics of interest.



Mon 5 February 2018

Tue 6 February 2018

Who should attend?
Contact us

  • Teachers, tutors, heads of sixth form, head teachers, and advisers from schools and post-16 colleges.

  • Careers advisers.

  • Heads of student services.



For delegate and booking enquiries:

events@ucas.ac.uk

01242 544 808



Click here for more information on the event, such as, the agenda for both days and to book your place now!


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