If your students are unable to attend a Discovery Day or would like to learn about another course area at Solent, we offer a variety of bespoke subject taster sessions on alternative dates. We can also arrange for our academics to deliver an interactive session or presentation at your institution.
These sessions will link as much as possible into the level three curriculum and offer insight into degree routes and career pathways.
Activities at Solent
Subject taster sessions
Taster sessions are a great opportunity for your level 3 students to gain a better understanding of what it's like to study at Solent. They can spend up to a day on campus chatting to our student ambassadors about their experiences and familiarising themselves with our teaching style, facilities and support networks.
Click on the subject areas below to find out what taster days we offer, and to book. These sessions are available on an ad-hoc basis.
Activities at your institution
Enrich your curriculum and inspire your students with a visit from our academic experts. Many of our academics have industry experience and can deliver fun, engaging and interactive sessions to your students across a range of subject areas.
Take a look at our schools pages to find out more about courses and staff, as well as the latest news and research activities:
School of Art, Design and Fashion
Subject areas: architecture and construction, art and design, fashion
School of Business, Law and Communications
Subject areas: business and finance; English and journalism; law and criminology; marketing, communications and public relations; travel and tourism.
School of Media Arts and Technology
Subject areas: computing and games; music and performance; TV, film, media production and technology.
School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences
Subject areas: health, psychology and sociology; sport and fitness.
Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering
Subject areas: engineering, maritime.
Benefits to you
- Curriculum support offered in a familiar environment.
- Supports progression to higher education in these subject areas.
- Promotes modern teaching and learning for all.
- Clarifies any misconceptions about university life, eg, assessment criteria.
- Students become more focused in their ability to consider future employability choices.
- Meet like-minded staff and students.
- Easy to communicate with us, and saves administration work at your end!
We can also provide additional support across all post-16 areas in all activities we provide. The main areas are listed below. If you're interested in any of these, or wish to suggest anything else, please add it to your booking form.