Conferences and events

University of Birmingham Careers and Admissions Conference

The biennial Careers and Admissions Conference took place at the University in July 2013. This popular event keeps teachers and careers advisers working with sixth form students updated on developments in Higher Education. It also provides the opportunity to find out more about courses offered at the University of Birmingham. 

The presentations from the 2013 conference can be found on our Conference Resources webpage.

Details of the next Careers and Admissions Conference will be available here when the date has been confirmed.

University of Birmingham and the University of Nottingham Collaborative Conferences for Teachers and Advisers

We organise Conferences for teachers and advisers jointly with The University of Nottingham in Manchester and London. The programmes include a range of speakers and panellists from both universities giving delegates the opportunity to be updated by key admissions staff including specialist workshops and a question and answer session with admissions tutors. These Conferences give delegates an opportunity to get advice about entry to competitive courses at two of the Midlands largest universities.

Manchester Conference for Advisers and Teachers - Thursday 27 February 2014 


The second annual Manchester Conference for Advisers and Teachers took place in February 2014 at The Mechanics Institute in Manchester City Centre. It provided an ideal opportunity for teachers and careers advisers located in the North to get the latest admissions information from the University of Birmingham and The University of Nottingham.

Details of the next Manchester Conference will be available here when the date has been confirmed. 



Presentations from the 2014 Conference can be found on our Conference Resources webpage. 

London Careers Advisers and Teachers Conference 


The third collaborative London Careers Advisers’ and Teachers’ Conference will take place on Wednesday 14 May 2014 at The Strand Palace Hotel near Covent Garden and Charring Cross Railway station.  

A draft programme is available to download here.

Please note the programme is currently a draft and may be subject to slight changes in speakers ahead of the event.

You can book a place at the London Conference online


All of these conferences are free to attend for all delegates and include lunch and refreshments.  For further information about these Conferences please contact Katherine Pagett, email, telephone 0121 414 3501.