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Uni Taster Residential

22 - 24 February 2022

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Thinking about university?

Come to a Uni Taster residential at our Middlesbrough campus.

A full day subject taster session delivered by academic staff

» Choose one of five subjects listed below

Support sessions to prepare you for applying to university

» UCAS application and interview skills
» Personal statement workshop
» Student finance and funding

Social activities on an evening

» Take part in social activities such as bowling, as well as our mini clubs and societies event.

Completely free

» The Uni Taster Residential is completely free, with accommodation, meals and activities included. We even contribute up to £50 per student to cover travel costs once you have attended the event.

Why attend?

Discover a subject that interests you, delivered by experts in the field

Develop skills, knowledge and confidence when it comes to applying to university

Gain valuable experience to include in your personal statement

Hear from our student ambassadors about what studying at university is really like.

Take part in social activities

 

Subjects

Business & Marketing

Events have played a central role in culture and society since time began. Managing events has now become an industry in its own right. This session introduces you to the multidisciplinary nature of event management including marketing, business management and accounting and finance. Working in small groups, you create a new and original music festival based on your musical taste and knowledge of popular music.

Concept Art

See and experience the excellent facilities available at Teesside University. You will learn how to balance traditional drawing techniques alongside 21st century technology, helping you capture your ideas on paper and bringing to life a character of your very own creation to include in your portfolio.

Law

You explore a range of controversial areas of law including law and morality relating to assisted suicide, consent to body modification and a person’s right to autonomy over their own body. We discuss the outdated criminal defence of insanity, as well as covering current issues such as whether COVID-19 measures are justified and whether everyone has the right to a fair trial. No prior knowledge of law is needed!

Sport and exercise therapy and rehabilitation

Sport and exercise science

You explore the science behind human movement for health and performance in our state-of-the-art laboratories. We examine how the body responds to exercise and changes in the environment in our environmental chamber and use force plates to discover how human’s apply force to create movement.

You will explore the science behind human movement for health and performance in our sport and exercise science laboratories. We will look at how the body responds to exercise and to changes in the environment in our environmental chamber. You will also get to learn about how human’s apply force to create movement using our force plates.

TV & Film & Production

In this interactive, hands-on workshop you shoot and record your own TV programme using facilities in our vision gallery, sound control room and live studio floor. You experience script writing and autocue script operation, alongside roles as presenter(s), vision mixers, directors, floor managers and camera operators.

 

Apply

Please read the below carefully before you apply

Accommodation

We can't offer university accommodation as this time of year. You will be staying in a local hotel close to campus. There will be a staff member on call 24 hours a day, you can be reassured that should you need anything, we will be available at any time.

You will be accompanied to the hotel on an evening and breakfast is provided on a morning, after which you can head to campus to start your sessions.

Entry requirements

To apply, we ask you:

  • are a current year 13 or 2nd year student studying a level 3 qualification (such as A Level, T Level or BTEC)
  • live outside of the Tees Valley
  • are planning and able to progress to university in September 2022, but have not yet made a final decision or have applied to Teesside University
  • have not previously attended a Teesside University residential event

All applicants will be required to:

  • have permission from a parent/guardian to attend the residential event
  • accept the regulations in the student Code of Conduct
  • complete and return all necessary documentation by Friday 18 February 2022

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