The University of Birmingham is fully engaged in supporting the vital role that schools play in inspiring and educating the next generation. From supporting teachers in their career development to offering opportunities for pupils to explore the world of higher education, we work with schools to raise aspirations, motivate learners and transform lives.
Please be aware that some of the events advertised below may only be suitable for schools/teachers who meet specific eligibility criteria. For further information about specific events, please contact the the event organisers as listed in the events below.
- Tuesday 16 November 2021 (17:30-20:00)
- The Exchange
- Climate change in the Biology and Geography curricula: A free CPD event for teachers (16th Nov 2021)
- Wednesday 24 November 2021 (19:00-20:00)
- Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (G23), Zoom - registration required
- The second Birmingham Popular Lecture is on Wednesday 24th November at 7pm with a lecture by Professor Dave Smith on Differential Equations. Lecture can be watched on campus or on Zoom.
- Thursday 7 April 2022 (09:30-16:30)
- University of Birmigham, uobeventslisting
- This popular event keeps teachers and careers advisers working with sixth form students updated on topical issues in Higher Education, admissions and applying for competitive courses.
- Wednesday 8 June 2022 (09:30-16:30)
- London, Woburn House
- We organise a conference for teachers and careers advisers in London, jointly with the University of Nottingham. The programme includes a range of speakers from both universities