Outreach participants

Skill enhancement

Outreach programmes for post-16, sixth-form and FE colleges

Gain the necessary academic skills

Sessions provide students with the opportunity to advance their academic-related skills to support them in their Level 3 studies and prepare them for Level 4 education.

To book on any of our programmes below, get in touch:
0151 231 5090 | outreach@ljmu.ac.uk.

Extended Project Qualification support

The Extended Project Qualification provides the opportunity to gain additional UCAS points thus providing students with a better opportunity to meet the entry requirements for preferred university course choices. LJMU can support students in identifying an area of interest, advising on effective research and evaluation skills, Harvard referencing, and academic writing skills.

Presentation skills

At university and in employment, presentation skills are a necessary acquisition in the modern world. This session discusses the core elements of creating a good presentation, delivery methods and encouraging students out of their comfort zone to present in front of their peers.

Revision/study skills

An organised and structured approach to revision can make the difference to effective exam preparation. LJMU runs a series of on-campus sixth form sessions focused on revision techniques. Booking opens in the spring term.

Study/work/life balance

Coping with the pressures of sixth form can sometimes be difficult. LJMU offers advice on how to recognise the signs of stress and manage stress-related symptoms. Relaxation methods and tips on how to maintain a healthy work/life balance feature in this session.

Subject curriculum support

Would you welcome input from LJMU in supporting the A level or BTEC curriculum for any of your Level 3 subjects? Please email outreach@ljmu.ac.uk to see how academic expertise in LJMU might be able to enhance curriculum delivery and enrich the experience of your students.

Interview techniques

Advice on what to expect at university interviews, how to prepare and succeed for courses where an interview is a critical element of the selection process.