Getting into Outdoor Studies

Getting into Outdoor Studies

30 June 2021 14:00 -


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Getting into Outdoor Studies
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Getting into Outdoor Studies

This session will explore our undergraduate Outdoor Studies courses: Outdoor Leadership, Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Studies and Outdoor Education (our new accelerated degree) and what makes our courses special and unique.

Learn what opportunities await while studying at our Ambleside campus, in the heart of the Lake District National Park, and find out about our facilities, equipment and where a degree with us can take you, whether it's wanting to become a mountain guide, National Park Warden, primary teacher or into research!

Our Virtual Outreach


During the unprecedented times of social distancing, our team remain on hand to support you. Over the coming weeks, we are ensuring there is something for everyone, whether you’re a future student, teacher or adviser. We’ve got you.

All our virtual outreach activities on offer have been developed to inform and motivate participants, and link to the Gatsby Benchmarks for Good Career Guidance. This report was redefined and published in January 2018. Laying out eight benchmarks, the report outlined good practice within careers guidance and an expectation that all secondary schools have a careers plan.

To see what else we're offering online, head on over to www.cumbria.ac.uk/webinars for the rest of our virtual outreach delivery.

If you are a teacher or tutor and would like for your whole class to get involved, drop us an email at outreach@cumbria.ac.uk and we'll see how we can help you. Bespoke events may be possible for schools and colleges, at times that suit you, dependent on academic availability.