What Career? What University? Live
22 October 2020
What Career Live? and What University Live? is an essential event for students aged 15-19 to start their next steps for when they finish school and college.
The next event will be held virtually on Friday 6 November and Saturday 7 November 2020. Visitors can chat one-to-one with the UK’s top companies and universities to compare their opportunities side-by-side. Those taking part include Cardiff University, BP, University of the Creative Arts, Mott MacDonald, University of Surrey, Coca-Cola and many more.
There will also be interactive workshops, over 30 advice talks, and lots more to take part in across the two days.
Students, parents and teachers register for free access at WhatLive.co.uk
Further information and FAQs
Students and teachers can book their ticket to access the event here.
Please pick a timeslot to attend when filling out your registration form. Each visitor requires an individual email to access the platform.
Who is it for?
The event is aimed at students in years 11-13, teachers and careers advisors, and parents.
Can my students attend without staff?
Yes! Any students wishing to attend individually can register themselves, and any family or friends, through this link.
How can I update the details of my booking?
In your booking confirmation email there is a link to update your registration details. If you are having trouble finding this link please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How will this benefit my students?
This event meets Gatsby Benchmarks 5 and 7 in just one day and makes for a great feature in a CEIAG programme.
Students can get a real sense of all the different options they have after school with a mix of apprenticeships, university and college education opportunities on offer. School-leavers have the chance to talk directly to exhibitors and learn what it’s like to work or study with them and what the application process involves.
The careers advice lounge allows school-leavers to get advice one-to-one from an impartial careers advisor. Talks from professionals let students gain an insight into what it is like going to university, doing an apprenticeship, working in specific industries, application advice, and much more.
Interactive parts of the show like Buskers' Corner, Future Skills Workshops, and the Creative Hub encourage school-leavers to practice their skills and think about their future.
We want to ensure that young people feel safe using our virtual platform. You can download our safeguarding statement here.
I have a question. Who can I contact?
Please contact our dedicated school liaison if you have any questions.
email@example.com or 020 8394 5200