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Be Ready Webinar Programme

A wide-ranging series of interactive online talks and workshops offering support and information for students, teachers and parents/carers.

Find out more about Be Ready Half-Term - February

Be Ready Thursday


Join us for our programme of Thursday webinars.

Every Thursday we have a suite of webinars focused on supporting students, parents and teachers with information and skills sessions. There is something for everyone and we continue to build the programme.

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Overview of Be Ready Thursday

See all the events we have as part of Be Ready Thursdays


Be Ready Thursday runs every week and has content designed for different age groups. The sessions are run online and after signing up we'll send you all the information you need. You can sign up online through the links below.

All dates are Thursdays unless otherwise stated

Date Year Group Workshop title
4 Feb 12 {T} Why go to University?
11 Feb 12/13 {T} How to choose a university when you can't visit one
25 Feb 12/13 {T} Managing an EPQ alongside A Levels
Date Year Group Workshop
4 March 12/13 {A} Physics Problem Solving
11 March 12/13 {A} Be Ready Thursday: The Teenage Brain, Cannabis use and Mental Health
18 March 12/13 {A} Be Ready Thursday: What is the Evidence for Evolution?
25 March 12/13 {A} Psychology. Are we in touch with reality?

{A} = Academic/subject focused
{T} = Talk
{W} = Workshop

See more information below about the Academic sessions, Talks and Workshops on offer.

Academic / Subject focused


Find out what it's really like to study at university. Some of our academics and students will give you an insight into what the subject is like at university and the skills you will need. You'll get the opportunity to ask them questions.

Designed for students, but also suitable for teachers/advisers and parents/carers

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Academic content

Our academics give an insight into some of the knowledge and skills for university.


Spotlight on... Taster Events

Year 12, 13
Our Spotlight on... events give students a taster of a subject and help them to understand what studying at university is like.
Find out more about the events on offer

Curriculum in context

Year 12, 13
Hear from researchers talking about how they use A level knowledge in their research.
Explore the resources

Workshops


Our online workshops are not just another webinar. They are designed to be fully interactive. Throughout the hour long session you'll get some information and guidance and we'll give you time to undertake some exercises. By the end of each of the sessions you'll have techniques you can then use in your studies and/or application to university.

Designed for students.

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Online workshops

Find out more information about the workshops on offer


Academic writing

Year 12, 13
An introduction to the main features of academic writing to help students familiarise themselves with the structure and conventions they will be expected to use at university. The session will include practical tips and practice of editing and proofreading essays.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our academic writing resources on our hub

Building Resilience

Year 12
This session will explore what makes people resilient and provide a toolbox of tips and techniques for building resilience.
There are no dates planned for live events at the moment.

Effective Note-taking

Year 12, 13
Taking notes is a vital skill at school, college and university. This workshop will teach you how to make your note-taking more effective.
There are no dates planned for live events at the moment.

Presentation skills

Year 10, 11, 12, 13
Presentations are a key component of many university courses and job interviews. Find out how to improve your presentation skills in this webinar.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our presentation talks and resources on our hub

Referencing and Plagiarism

Year 13
This session will demonstrate the importance of referencing and plagiarism and provide you with step by step instructions for successful referencing and suggestions of how to avoid plagiarism.
There are no dates planned for live events at the moment.

Techniques to help research, plan and write a competitive Personal Statement

Year 12
In this interactive session we will practice some practical ways you can carry out focused research to ensure you identify exactly what you need to include in a personal statement or interview. We will also guide you through steps to ensure you highlight your strengths and qualities appropriately.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our personal statement talks and resources on our hub

Time management

Year 12, 13
This webinar will teach you how to use your time more efficiently.
There are no dates planned for live events at the moment.

Talks


Join our staff to find out more about about choosing and applying to university. Our online talks are interactive and last for an hour. We've set the sessions for the afternoon when most students will have more time. We'll give you some tips and tricks we've found out along the way and some insider knowledge from our admissions teams.

Designed for students, but also suitable for teachers/advisers and parents/carers.

Find more on demand resources on our hub
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Online Talks (Live)

An overview of our planned live talks.


Why go to University?

Year 12
To go or not to go, that is a big question! University can offer students so much beyond just being able to study a subject that they love.  Find the next date this will run

How to choose a university when you can't visit one

Year 12/13
Most university Open Days have been cancelled as a result of COVID-19. We reveal our tips about choosing a university from a distance.
Find the next date this will run

Managing an EPQ alongside A Levels

Year 12/13
Planning and completing an Extended Project Qualification can be daunting but the benefits of having this on your university application are multiple. Find the next date this will run


Online Talks (no planned live events)

An overview of other talks without currently planned live events.


Advice for students thinking about Uni

Year 12, 13
Advice for students including why university, choosing a course, applying and transition.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our talk on our hub

Applying to University and introduction to UCAS

Year 12, 13
Find out how to make an online university application via UCAS: what you need to do, who else is involved, important dates and deadlines, and the information universities use to make decisions.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our talk on our hub

How can university improve your employability

Year 12, 13
Graduates enjoy higher salaries and employment rates. Find out how university can boost your employability in this webinar.
There are currently no dates planned for live events.

How to stand out to competitive universities

Year 12, 13 The most competitive university courses receive more than 10 applications for each place. This webinar reveals how you can make your application stand out.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our talk on our hub

Student Finance and why it shouldn't put you off

Year 12, 13
Find out more about tuition fees, maintenance loans, scholarships and bursaries and the financial cost of university.
There are currently no dates planned for live events.

Why choose Bath

Year 12, 13
‘Why Bath?’ provides an introduction to the university and what makes us unique.
There are no dates planned for live events, but explore our Why Bath talk on our hub

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