2024: Upcoming events

With events, programmes and conferences designed to attract all learners across all key stages, we have put together a list of upcoming events for 2024 that we are sure will excite you.


Learner Progression Programme / We will be extending the opportunity to join our consultations and pilots for our new programme to ensure it evolves and enriches all learners.

Calling Student Ambassadors  / Training for our new cohort of Student Ambassadors will take place from January. This is your opportunity to continue to inspire the next generation.


On-campus / KS3 will invited throughout February to take part in our on-campus days with our HEI partners, focussing on discovering university but also, why it may be the leading choice for some.

Cutting Through the Noise / In school modular delivery for all KS5 learners will be taking place throughout February.

National Apprenticeship Week, 5-11 February / Supported by events from South Thames College.

Simplifying University for Parents, Tuesday 27 February /  A parent engagement webinar designed to support parents with admission, transition and student finance. In partnership with St Mary’s University, Twickenham.


On-campusKS3, 4 and 5 HEI partner events will be taking place in March, engaging all learners across key stages to prepare them for the choice of university.

Cutting Through the Noise / In school modular delivery for KS5 learners taking place throughout March. 

NEW: Future You An introduction to university for KS3 learners exploring their future-selves.

National Careers Week


Get Ready for SuccessWednesday 1 May / For parents, guardians and carers of learners who have special educational needs, a disability (SEND) or are neuro-diverse and want to explore the transition to higher education. In collaboration with the University of Roehampton. Reserve your space here >

Smoothing the Path, Thursday 16 May / A free one-day conference for practitioners supporting young people with care experience to progress to university, as well as the young people themselves. In collaboration with Goldsmiths University of London. Secure your place here >


By luck or by design?, Wednesday 12 June / Our keynote speaker on the day will be Ellie Rowley, from UCAS, who leads on the Fair Access Programme. She will share insights into the current journey for SEND students and make recommendations as to how practitioners can make this smoother.  For school and university staff supporting SEND and neurodiverse learners to transition and progress into higher education successfully. Book your place here >

Simplifying University for Parents, Wednesday 26 June / A parent engagement webinar designed to support parents with student finance, admissions and the transition into student life. In partnership with Kingston University. Register for your place here >


Aimhigher London’s Practitioner Award Ceremony, Tuesday 16 July / A chance for us to recognise you, your work and continued contributions made within the network the past year. Look at last year’s winners >