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Teachers and Advisers

We provide a single point of access for teachers and advisers looking to participate in engagement activity to support students in making informed choices about higher education. 

We aim to offer an inspiring and motivational programme of activity, designed to support all learners in understanding the opportunities available to them within higher education.

January-February 2022 Offer

Due to the current situation and the proximity of the UCAS deadline, we will be offering a series of themed, virtual sessions for Y12 and Y13 students to support them with applying to university, throughout January and February. Bookings for all sessions can be made via Eventbrite

If the time or dates of the sessions are not suitable for you and your students, please get in touch. We'd be happy to arrange further sessions at a time to suit you. Our full offer can be viewed below. 

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Activity for Schools and Colleges

Our activity can be delivered in three ways:

Pre-recorded - Pre-recorded videos of our most popular presentations, designed for you to watch in the classroom or share with your students to watch in their own time.

Virtual Delivery - Live, remote delivery of our presentations, led by a member of the Student Recruitment Engagement Team.

In person delivery - In-person delivery of engagement activity, tailored to your needs and delivered in your institution or on campus. Please note, we will not be offering on-campus activity until after October half-term.

                                                    Menu of sessions delivered by Sheffield Hallam University

To request an activity, please email us with as much detail as possible at

In addition to our engagement offer, all students can access UNI4U@Home. This is a dedicated suite of resources, available anytime. These pages can be accessed independently by students '@ home' or in a more guided context within the classroom. The link for UNI4U@Home can be found below.

We are committed to ensuring our content is accessible for all. If you require alternative versions of any resources, or more information on accessibility and support, please contact us at

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