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Events for teachers and HE advisers

As well as events for prospective students, a number of events for teachers and HE advisers are organised by the Cambridge Admissions Office (CAO) and several of the Colleges. These events provide up-to-date information about the University, including the application procedure and the range of outreach activities on offer.

Cambridge Teachers’ and Advisers’ Conference
18 July 2019

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On Thursday 18 July 2019, we will be hosting a one-day Teachers’ and Advisers’ Conference at the University of Cambridge.

The conference will broadly cover an introduction to the admissions process; admissions assessments; the interview process; and supporting your students through the application process. The event includes sessions for teachers and advisers who are new to the Cambridge application process, or have less than 3 years’ experience in the sector. This year, we have created additional content to also support teachers and advisers with more experience, who want to ensure their knowledge is up to date.

PDF icon Download the conference timetable for full details.

We look forward to seeing you at the event, and if you have any queries, please contact us on caoevents@admin.cam.ac.uk.

 

College/department events

Most Colleges welcome teachers’ visits during open days or by appointment at other times. In addition, many Colleges have Schoolteacher Fellowships or vacation study-visit programmes for teachers. Some departments also organise events specifically for teachers during the year. Further information can be obtained directly from the individual Colleges or faculties/departments.

 

Continuing your professional development

The University offers a range of CPD opportunities for teachers and advisers.

 

Regional Teachers Conferences

Some Colleges run conferences for teachers in different regions of the UK. Details regarding upcoming events can be found here - https://www.oxfordandcambridgeoutreach.co.uk/events

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