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Discover University: Supporting the Journey to Higher Education

The University of Exeter are running a series of free webinars designed to help parents and guardians learn more about the journey to higher education.

Hosted by the University of Exeter these free, online events will happen throughout 2024. The events have been designed for parents and carers and anyone supporting young people in making decision about their futures. 

The decision to go to university is a big step for students, and finding the most suitable course and place to study can be a daunting task. We recognise that parents, guardians, carers and relatives can all play a vital role in choosing and applying for university. To support families during this process, whether you have some or no experience of higher education, we’re running a series of webinars to give advice on everything from finances to making the transition from school to university.

  • Living at Home Whilst Studying – Wednesday 17th April, 6-7pm
    This session will bring together current students who have chosen to commute to attend university, instead of living in student accommodation. This could include students who are parents, or who have caring responsibilities.


  • Careers Insight Week 2024 – Monday 29th April – Thursday 2nd May, 6 – 7.30pm
    An opportunity to find out more about the exciting careers that graduates from the University of Exeter have gone on to do after their studies, from Law and Egineering to Humanities and Health, for four evenings over the week there will Q&A sessions with expert panel members.


  • Managing your Mental Health While Studying – Wednesday 22nd May, 6-7pm. 
    This panel will bring together students from across the University of Exeter community to discuss managing their mental health while studying, and offer suggestions and signposting to further support for prospective students.

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