Guided campus visits for secondary school groups
Teachers of pre-16 students may bring groups of their pupils to visit The University of Manchester campus in order to get a taste of university life, find out more about higher education in general and gain an insight into student life at Manchester.
The visits take place between 11am and 1pm and feature the following activities:
- Welcome presentation
- Student ambassador Q&A session
- Campus tour
The welcome presentation provides information relating to higher education in general, why people go to university and how decisions your pupils make at this stage of their education will impact their future, as well as giving an insight into student life. The talk will focus on either GCSE options or post-16 options.
The campus tour includes our Students' Union, The University of Manchester Library, the Old Quadrangle (the oldest part of the University), some of our teaching buildings and the Manchester Aquatics Centre.
Dates scheduled to visit the campus during the 2017/18 academic year are as follows:
- Friday, 6 October 2017 (GCSE options)
- Thursday, 11 January 2018 (GCSE options)
- Friday, 9 March 2018 (post-16 options)
- Friday, 27 April 2018 (post-16 options)
Please note that there may be other school/college groups in attendance as we need a minimum of 25 students to run a session. Unfortunately we are not able to provide lunch or refreshments as part of your visit.
We are also happy to welcome visits from Year 11, 12 and 13 students. Find out more by reading about our guided campus visits for school and college groups.
Service Level Agreement
Our Service Level Agreement outlines the key responsibilities of both parties (ie The University of Manchester and your school or college) participating in our recruitment and widening participation activities. You will be sent a copy of this document with your confirmation booking email, but you can also download it below.
- Download our Service Level Agreement (PDF document, 398KB)
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