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We offer many experiences to schools and colleges to inspire and educate students interested in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
On-campus events include subject taster days, student mentoring schemes, campus tours and bespoke programmes. There are opportunities to attend our events as either a school or college group, or independently. Additionally, we run a selection of teachers’ conferences and CPD sessions.
We can also bring Lancaster to you; academics from our broad range of subjects can deliver lectures or workshops at your school or college, as well as attending careers fair or higher education events where possible. You can also get involved by downloading our online resources, or taking part in one of our essay-writing competitions.
To find out more or to discuss a please get in touch.
We have a variety of fascinating and informative taster sessions and talks available from across our subjects and departments that we deliver in schools and colleges. Each session can be tailored to fit in with you and your curriculum.
We welcome schools and colleges from across the country to visit us here on campus. Working in conjunction with teachers, we offer tailored experiences of Lancaster University that can include subject talks, taster sessions and campus tours, to give a rounded picture of university life.
School and college groups or individuals are invited to join us on campus to experience a taste of studying at Lancaster. The programme of events can vary from year to year so get in touch to find out more.
This popular event gives students in Year 11 and above the chance to experience studying Law or Criminology at university. The day combines taster lectures and workshops, with a campus tour including our state-of-the-art mock court room. There is also the chance to speak with staff and current students.
This event is delivered by the Department of Linguistics and English Language on a weekday in the summer term. It offers a programme of sessions for students and their teachers on English Language studies and on forensic linguistics in particular.
We offer a range of exciting Summer School opportunities for Year 12 students, who meet two of our Widening Participation criteria. Subjects change from year-to-year but there is always a selection from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
There are lots of ways you, your students and your school or college can get involved with us.
Each year, we run various competitions and welcome entries from groups or individuals at your school or college. In the 2018 – 2019 academic year, the departments of Languages and Cultures and English Literature and Creative Writing are both running essay prize competitions.
We also offer a number of free online courses on arts and social sciences topics as varied as Lancaster Castle, Wordsworth, and Gender and Celebrity Culture.
Online resources for teachers
Research in a Box
Free online Arts and Social Sciences courses
Other ways we can help you