Who we work with
The University of East London is a careers-led university, dedicated to supporting our students to develop the skills, emotional intelligence and creativity needed to thrive in a constantly changing world. To prepare students for the jobs of the future, we work with several partners across our outreach programmes to deliver impactful, relevant, timely and meaningful experiences of higher education.
We have core partnerships with local schools and colleges. We also work with parents, local authorities, professional and trade bodies, charities, social enterprises and other educational organisations to deliver impactful outreach to young people from a widening participation background.
The University of East London’s Information, Advice and Guidance team work with mature and return learners and can give you advice, information and guidance on pre-entry or non-traditional routes into education. – find out more and book an appointment with our team in Stratford.
Working with schools and colleges
We collaborate with secondary schools,
sixth forms and colleges to deliver the skills and knowledge to build pathways and
support young people to achieve their full potential.
We run free workshops, taster days, open days and a range of tailored activities to support young people from widening participation backgrounds. Find out more about our work with years 10 and 11.
Find out more about our work with Post-16.
Organisations working with young people
We work in partnership with local authorities, virtual schools, education charities, social enterprises and community organisations, delivering projects to encourage young people to explore their educational journeys and consider higher education as a route into their future careers.
Some of our partners include: Into University, Debate Mate, Salter’s Festivals of Chemistry, Fix Up, the Physiological Society, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Barking and Dagenham Virtual Schools. If you would like to work with us, please contact us to discuss this further.
Our ambition is for young people to achieve their full potential and to have access to new ideas, opportunities and experiences. We support young people to explore their aspirations and career pathways through interactive and informative workshops, whilst developing an understanding of how higher education can lead to fulfilling and rewarding careers. Please contact us to find out more.
We are keen to ensure parents are confident about all aspects of their child going to university and we have a range of dedicated support and resources available to help. Find out more.
professional and trade bodies
We increasingly collaborate with companies and professional and trade bodies to support our curriculum linked programmes and activities developing young people’s awareness of the world of work through specific projects. If you would like to collaborate with us, please contact us to discuss this further.
We’re committed to delivering quality outreach that meets the needs of young people. As a result, we are members of a range of widening participation networks, ensuring we always deliver best practice.