CONNECT. EXPLORE. INSPIRE.
Join us in Birmingham 6 -7 March for our biggest ever conference for teachers and advisers. We’re bringing together experts from across the education and employment sectors to help you empower your students in an increasingly competitive landscape.
We’ll be sharing the latest insight on the competitive admissions cycle ahead, what you need to know now, and how you can best support your students as competition for places increases.
UCAS’ Chief Executive, Clare Marchant will be joined by industry experts for a two-day line-up of actionable insights, data-driven knowledge, and innovative ideas to educate and empower your students. Take a look at the agenda on the tabs at the top of this page to see the full list of what you can expect on each day.
Insights from one of founders of the UK’s no.1. careers podcast, Squiggly Careers
We’ll hear from award-winning Sarah Ellis, who will take us through why the best career path isn’t always a straight line.
Over 15 admissions officers
will be joining us from universities including The University of South Wales, University of Oxford, University of Keele, University College London, University of Cambridge, University of Exeter, University of Leicester and many more.
Covering employability, admissions, and student wellbeing, featuring Danny Matthews, Early Careers and Youth Lead at The Coop and mental health campaigner Natasha Devon MBE, author of Yes You Can: Ace Your Exams Without Losing Your Mind, radio presenter and founder of the Mental Health Media Charter.
With UCAS experts, admissions officers, and careers advice specialists, including Mike Nicholson from the University of Cambridge, David Morgan, Chief Executive of the Careers Development Institute, Careers Wales, Skills Development Scotland and Ofqual.
Meet universities, apprenticeship providers, colleges, and charities from across the UK, including Anna Morrison CBE, Director of Amazing Apprenticeships founded to tackle misconceptions about apprenticeships and promote the benefits, and Charmaine Valente, Funding Manager at the Student Loans Company.
Choose from a one or two day conference pass.
As well as a packed programme of breakout sessions, you’ll have lots of opportunities to network with over 250 teaching colleagues and meet key contacts at higher education providers.