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Over the coming months, UCAS have got a series of live sessions to help you with your research for 2021.

These will help connect you with sector specialists, so you can make the right decisions about your future. Put the dates in your diary now so you don’t miss out.

Ensure you have all signed up for UCAS Hub so you can access these events online.


Session Description Date & time Guest name Guest’s job title
Q&A with the universities of Oxford and Cambridge Do you want to really understand exactly what is required to get into Oxford or Cambridge? We’ll be live for a Q&A with our panellists from both universities, to ask all your questions about studying at both of the UK’s leading universities. 23 June – 14:00 (UK time) Sam Lucy



Caitriona Woolhouse


Director of Admissions for Cambridge Colleges

Head of Outreach Delivery, Oxford University


Applying for medicine courses If you’re interested in studying one of the most competitive but rewarding courses out there, then this is the right place for you. Join our expert panel to talk about all things medicine – you can ask any questions you want live and we’ll be here to answer them. 24 June – 14:00 (UK time) Dr Lewis Fall


Clare Owen




Lecturer of medical science


Medical Schools Council

Applying for dentistry courses In this session we’ll be here to answer all your questions about applying for dentistry. Join our panelists to get all your questions answered. 25 June – 14:00 (UK time) Christopher Tredwin


Dr Sally Hanks

University of Plymouth
Associate Head Teaching and Learning, Dental School, University of Plymouth
Applying for veterinary courses Join us for a live Q&A to talk about all things veterinary. Our panelists are here to answer all your questions to help you make decisions about your university or college choice. 26 June – 14:00 (UK time) Vikki Cannon



David Bainbridge



Head of Admissions, Royal Veterinary College

Veterinary schools Council Admissions Committee

Exploring your options with careers advisers We’ve got some careers advisers here to help you think about your post-18 choices and the long-term outcomes and effects on your potential career. Understand how to make yourself as employable as possible, by asking as many questions as you like in our live Q&A. 30 June – 14:00
(UK time)
Sally Armstrong


Iwan Williams

Careers Adviser


Employability Business Partner

What is a degree apprenticeship? Ever wondered what a degree apprenticeship actually is, what it entails, or the difference to a full-time degree? We can help you unpick that here, as well as giving you the opportunity to ask all the questions you want to our live panel. 1 July – 14:00
(UK time)
Claire Bedding

Iain Fraser

Apprenticeships Lead

Professor of Economics, University of Kent