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Delivery Partners

We have worked with a variety of organisations to make sure our programme of events and activities is interactive and engaging for young people.

If you would like to plan an event or activity in your school or college to support learners in making an informed and ambitious decision about higher education and their future, one of these organisations will be able to help!

Our delivery partners

Stephen Seki

Motivation, Inspiration and Encouragement to help people achieve their goals. Stephen Seki uses his personal journey ‘Farmer to Pharmacist’ (a story about a boy from poverty) to prove that no dream is impossible.

The STEM Response Team

The STEM response team is an award-winning outreach and public engagement team from the University of Wolverhampton. Our mission are to bring fantastic science, technology, engineering and maths activities to schools and the community spaces across the country where aspirations may be low, by means including science shows, entertainment, and classroom workshops.


We make university guidance fun with aspiration-raising, independent and interactive university workshops for your school groups. Including a follow-up impact report to show post-session impact. A range of university guidance subjects are available for Year 9 – Year 13 school groups. Delivered as single interventions or as a year-long school aspiration raising project.

Speakers Trust

Speakers Trust is a registered charity on a mission to transform young people’s lives by building their confidence, developing their communication skills and creating opportunities for them to share their ideas and perspectives in public for positive social change.


Push is a not-for-profit organisation that supports school-leavers and students, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to make well informed decisions about their futures and to have the skills and resources to make their choices a reality.

Brilliant Club - Scholars Programme

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning university access charity that works across the UK; it’s mission is to increase the number of pupils from underrepresented backgrounds progressing to highly selective universities. Through their flag-ship Scholars Programme they recruit, train and place doctoral and postdoctoral researchers in non-selective state schools to deliver programmes of university-style tutorials, which are supplemented by two university trips. 

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Whatever the question about your future options or higher education, we have a team of staff and current students who can help you.
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