Student Recruitment & Outreach

In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK Student Recruitment Team are unable to deliver any formal activities or events (on or off campus).

As a result of this, we are currently working hard to develop alternative ways of delivering key information, advice and guidance to you and your students. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss ways we can best support your students please email us

While the team work from home, they are contactable by email at recruitment@bucks.ac.uk or through their individual email addresses and mobile phone numbers, which can be found on their email signatures.

For full details of the actions Bucks New University is taking, please visit our dedicated Coronavirus information and guidance webpage, which is updated regularly. 

We are here to support you and your students through this difficult time.

Bucks New University offers an exciting range of talks, campus visits and workshops to help young people navigate their options and make the right choices for their futures.

By working with our university you can ensure that you have the most current information on courses, apprenticeships, fees, funding and career routes.

Our activities are designed to be flexible and can be tailored to your individual needs and objectives – contact us to discuss your requirements.

Post 16 Activities
Pre 16 Activities

Widening participation

We firmly believe that everyone who has the potential to benefit from Higher Education should get the opportunity to study whatever their social or financial background. We have an excellent track record in engaging with students and schools which have been identified as having low progression to Higher Education and we also work closely with children in care, young carers and military families.

We provide a responsive and inclusive programme, which aims to provide young people with the insight to make informed choices about their future. We can work with you to assess your priorities and targets and can use measures of deprivation and disadvantage to help identify students who may benefit most.