Virtual Events

Summer Schools

Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th July 2021.  

Luton and Bedford campus, in the following subject areas:

Luton Campus:  

Creative Industries/Business & Enterprise/Healthcare/Psychology 

Bedford Campus:

Sports Science/English/Primary Education 

Key elements of the summer schools will include:

  • Academics sessions from our faculties and schools giving students the chance to gain in-depth knowledge of the subject area and take part in interactive sessions and seminars.  
  • Support from the team about Post 16 Options, Why Go to University? Introduction to UCAS, Writing a Winning Personal Statement and Student Finance.
  • Wide range of our Student Ambassadors on hand to answer any questions your students may have about university.  Chance for students to see our campus facilities including student accommodation.  
  • Opportunity to take part in social evening activities brought to them from our Student Union.  


Links for the events

Primary Education

Sports Science




Creative Industries



Business and Enterprise:


Investing in Futures:

The pandemic has created a real sense of confusion and uncertainty for students, with question marks raised over the state of the employment market and future career prospects.

To counter this, the Early Careers team at HSBC have created a series of bite-sized virtual events and material, all with the aim of developing student soft skills and support their wellbeing. These sessions all have been designed to give confidence on employment prospects, mythbust common recruitment misconceptions and target key employability skills to offer an advantage when looking for a career.

A full list of these sessions is below.

May - Wellbeing:

At HSBC we recognise the importance of Wellbeing throughout the year, but May holds special focus as the month of celebration for Wellbeing. It’s incredibly important to recognise that ‘Self-care isn’t selfish’. Students naturally put incredible focus on the future, be it looking to further education or to transition into a career, however often it can come at the detriment of their current state of health, body and mind which is just, if not more, important. To try to offer an element of support in the current climate, we have produced the attached materials which contain more information.    

 “A taste of success” Insight virtual events

At HSBC, our people span many cultures, communities and continents. We are committed to facilitating their growth and enabling them to thrive both inside and outside of the organisation. 

In the modern world, Diversity & Inclusion is such an important topic which, for many of you, will be a core driver in your early career decisions. We want to spotlight these themes, alongside detailing what opportunities are on offer at HSBC to help students think about their careers. 

Insights Evening for Parents and Guardians – Opportunities & Diversity at HSBC UK 2nd June 18:30-19:30

This event is designed for Parents and Guardians of young people in the UK, to get to understand more about what a careers at HSBC could offer and answer any questions you might have.

Insights Day for young people – Opportunities & Diversity at HSBC UK 3rd June 12:00 – 16:00

This insight afternoon session explores Personal Branding including: what is a Personal Brand, how to discover and build your own, the various career routes that are available to you and the opportunity to hear from series of panellists -  including our own Careers team, ex-Apprentices, current Graduates and different Diversity and Inclusion champions within HSBC.

To register for these events, please click here

Find Out More

The webinars will all be free to attend, and will be hosted via Zoom. Please register in advance. Spaces are limited, and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

We will be sending monthly newsletters on a variety of key topics. Please see below for a runway of expected topics over the next few months:

June -  Classroom to boardroom, A day in the life.

July – Progression stories

August – Resilience – what is it and why do employers look for it?

September – Back to School

Financial Education

Keeping in line with a focus on Wellbeing, Financial fears or worries can be a significant contributor to an individual’s Wellbeing. The Financial Education team at HSBC UK have worked with schools for over 30 years, helping young people learn about money and giving them access to the skills they need for everyday life. For further information and free resources please visit:

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