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Post 16 activities – on campus activities

Find out more about how we are able to welcome groups of students onto our campus through a variety of opportunities and activities. Make sure you also check out our off-campus events provision.

Booking a subject taster day

Booking is now open for subject taster days taking place this autumn and winter. To book individual and group places on any of the below events, please use the button below or email your regional officer.

SubjectDateProgrammeBook your place
Business, Marketing and AccountancyFriday 25 November 2022Business, Marketing and Accountancy programmeBook your place
Computer Science and EngineeringFriday 2 December 2022Computer Science and Engineering
Book your place
Education and Teacher TrainingFriday 4 November 2022Education and Teacher Training
Book your place
English, Creative Writing and Performing ArtsWednesday 16 November 2022English, Creative Writing and Performing Arts
Book your place
History, GeoSciences and Social SciencesWednesday 9 November 2022History, GeoSciences and Social Sciences programmeBook your place
Health and Social CareWednesday 14 December 2022Health and Social Care programmeBook your place
Media, Film, TV, Music Production and AnimationWednesday 23 November 2022Media, Film, TV, Music Production, Animation programmeBook your place
MedicineWednesday 19 October 2022Medicine programmeBook your place
Law, Criminology and PolicingFriday 11 November 2022Law, Criminology and Policing
Book your place
PsychologyThursday 20 October 2022Psychology programmeBook your place
Sport and Physical ActivityWednesday 9 November 2022Sport and Physical Activity programmeBook your place
Subject taster day dates and programmes
Students crowded round a hospital bed in the clinical skills and simulation centre, watching someone who is talking to them

We are excited to be able to invite you onto campus to take part in our subject taster days. These events give students the opportunity to:

  • attend introduction and taster sessions in their chosen subject
  • explore how school and university subjects relate to different career paths
  • find out about the facilities, accommodation and campus Edge Hill University has to offer
  • receive general higher education information
  • speak to current students and staff
  • ask any questions they may have.

The clear link with careers means our subject taster days can make a useful contribution to a school or college’s gatsby benchmarks. These events provide opportunities for deeper engagement with the subject, enhancing A Level or BTEC study and enabling students to make an informed choice about higher education.

Feedback on these events from both a student and a member of staff can be found below:

“The taster day helped me to make a decision on what to study and also boosted my confidence”

Student on Health and Social Care taster day

“The students enjoyed the day, they got an insight into the university and they really liked the student ambassador who was really helpful and informative about the campus and everything course related.”

Runshaw College
An unrecognisable student guide talking to a group of students outside the Hub

For subject specific campus visits, we would direct schools/colleges to book onto our subject taster days, via the subject taster day tab above. 

The team have extensive experience organising and facilitating bespoke school and college campus visits, ranging from small cohorts of students to entire year groups. A head of a sixth form recently commented:

“A massive thank you to all involved. It was a very worthwhile trip and we very much appreciate the effort that was put into the planning of it. It is definitely something that I would look to repeat with future year groups”

Programmes can be tailored around individual school or college requirements in terms of sessions and timings but a typical example of a day can be seen below:

9.45amArrival and welcome
10amIntroduction to higher education: Choosing a Course and University
11amWorkshop of your choice (from our range of presentations/workshop activities)
12pmLunch (provided by the university)
12.45pmCampus Tour (led by student guides)
Student Guide Q and A
Student Life Talk (optional)

Booking a bespoke campus visit

To discuss a visit, please contact the Education Liaison Officer responsible for your region, or email [email protected].

See what’s on at the Arts Centre on their website.

We hold open days and campus tours throughout the year, book your place online.