Virtual delivery

Virtual delivery/university outreach support

Take a look at how LJMU outreach can support your school or college

The Outreach Team provides comprehensive support to schools and colleges at both pre- and post-16 education level. Our pages provide details of the full range of activities we offer on and off campus to different key stages. In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, we are here to still support prospective students and applicants, as well as teachers/careers advisers.

We have compiled a number of useful links to different websites to support you and we are creating new session content all the time. We are also happy to deliver live virtual events. For more information contact your account manager or email outreach@ljmu.ac.uk.

We will be hosting live events throughout the year. Click on the virtual events drop down for more information. If you miss a session we will be putting them on our new Outreach on Demand dropdown, so students and staff can access them anytime.

Teachers/careers advisers may also be interested in our dedicated support page full of useful web links to support your students.

Upcoming Live Events

Thursday 21 January - 5pm

Public Health/Environmental Taster session

Thursday 21 January - 6pm

Health and Social Care Taster Session

Wednesday 27 January - 12- 6pm

UK University Search Winter Fair

Join us at the UK University Search Winter Fair

Thursday 4 - February - 4pm

Online chat for mature students

At our monthly chats you’ll be able to talk to LJMU students and a member of staff. Topics covered include: applying to university, student finance and student life as a mature student.  

Monday 8 February – 4pm

Faculty of Engineering and Technology Q&A

Meet our current students and ask what it is like to study within the faculty, learn more about our facilities and what student life in Liverpool is like

Tuesday 23rd February - 5.30pm

National Student Money Week

Join Lynne Condell MBE for a one-stop shop for all the key information about student funding, including how to apply, what to expect and any additional free funding available.

Thursday 25th February - 6.30pm

National Student Money Week

Join Lynne Condell MBE for a one-stop shop for all the key information about student funding, including how to apply, what to expect and any additional free funding available.

Monday 8 March – 12pm

Faculty of Engineering and Technology Q&A

Meet our current students and ask what it is like to study within the faculty, learn more about our facilities and what student life in Liverpool is like

Wednesday 17 March - 12-6pm

UK University Search Spring Fair

Join us at the UK University Search Spring Fair

Monday 19 April – 4pm

Faculty of Engineering and Technology Q&A

Meet our current students and ask what it is like to study within the faculty, learn more about our facilities and what student life in Liverpool is like

Monday 10 May – 5pm

Faculty of Engineering and Technology Q&A

Meet our current students and ask what it is like to study within the faculty, learn more about our facilities and what student life in Liverpool is like

Wednesday 9 June – 12pm

Faculty of Engineering and Technology Q&A

Meet our current students and ask what it is like to study within the faculty, learn more about our facilities and what student life in Liverpool is like

LJMU higher education/skill support sessions

Student life sessions

Student subject taster sessions

Outreach on demand

LJMU Academic Staff Videos

Support for Younger Years (Y9-Y11)

LJMU useful weblinks

National Schools Observatory

The National Schools Observatory ran in collaboration with LJMU would like to offer our support to you virtually.

We have a fantastic range of activities that can be done online including Hunting for Asteroids and making observations with the Liverpool Telescope.

Take a look at our activities

Further to our usual range of activities we would like to offer:

  • Online questions and answers with an Astronomer/ask an Astronomer/ careers in space
  • Online teacher support and training on our activities
  • Online tutorials on how to use the NSO
  • Dedicated support from the NSO Team
  • Open to suggestions for other activities

The National Schools’ Observatory are here to support you and your school during this unusual time and hope that we can continue to offer a high level of service to our users.

Useful weblinks