Below is just a small selection of the outreach opportunities for Key Stage 3 and 4. To book any of these or if you require further information, please email us or telephone +44 (0)115 848 6089.

Delivered in school

We have a number of classroom-based activities that run for 45 minutes to one hour per session and are designed for a maximum of 30 pupils.

For further information about our outreach offer, please email us.

Delivered at NTU

Year 8 or Year 9 campus visit
Available in June 2015, this is a whole day visit to the University (either City Campus or Clifton Campus) for a maximum of 60 pupils from the widening participation cohort. The day includes working with student ambassadors, a campus tour, subject taster sessions, poster and presentation work and a prize-giving ceremony.

Year 9 residential summer school
Available in July 2015, this is a two-day residential event. Each participating school is able to bring ten pupils (five boys and five girls) and requires a male and female member of school staff to attend for residential supervision. The event gives pupils a first-hand insight into higher education, including subject-specific activities, social activities and the experience of staying overnight in halls of residence.

Family suppers
Available in May 2015, this is an evening visit to the University for Year 10 pupils and their parents or carers. There is an opportunity to look around the University campus, enjoy a hot meal with staff and students and take part in a carousel of interactive activities about higher education.

Chemistry Outreach
NTU have received funding from The Royal Society of Chemistry for a five-year project which aims to increase pupils' interest and participation in chemistry. We will be working with partners across the city, including Nottingham City Council, creative learning agency Ignite! and ambassadors from the STEMNET programme. For more information about the project, please see the website.

Students in cookery class
Students taking part