University of East Anglia - Events Listing. The University of Law. Centre visits for undergraduate and postgraduate study We are delighted to advise that if you are unable to make one of our open days you can arrange a centre visit.
Centre visits allow you to get a ‘feel’ for the centre as well as information specific to the course and life at The University of Law. You are likely to meet a tutor and someone from our employability team as well as receive a tour of the centre. Centre visits take place throughout the year and the arrangements at each centre vary from scheduled dates and times to a time that fits in with your schedule.
Taster Courses. 2016 University Taster Courses update 08/09/2015 You will be able to apply to the 2016 taster courses from 11am on Thursday 7 January 2016 when our website www.london.ac.uk/tasters will open applications to the full schedule of taster courses for 2016.
IMPORTANT: Please note that you do not need to rush to apply as soon as applications open at 11am on Thursday 7 January 2016 as we are giving everyone until 11am on Wednesday 13 January 2016 to initially apply. At 11am on Wednesday 13 January 2016, if we have received more applications than places for a taster course, we will allocate the places using random selection. If the taster course is not full, then places will be offered on a first-come first-served basis in the usual way. We will inform you of the outcome of your application by email within 5 working days after 11am on Wednesday 13 January 2016. Oxford Pathways. Year 12 taster day events. We organise Taster Days with schools and colleges who bring groups of students onto campus.
Schools are responsible for arranging and paying for transport to the University. Students can apply to come individually if they complete a separate Application Form including parental consent. Subject Taster Days are designed to give students a full experience of the University and include opportunities for a tour of the campus, a chance to meet and talk to current University students as well as subject specific sessions with University academic staff. Study at Bristol. Year 12 Summer Challenge. What is Summer Challenge?
Summer Challenge is a programme of subject specific courses for Year 12 students attending state schools in or near London, whose parents have not been to university, and who are academically high achieving. There are a number of courses on offer in a diverse range of STEM and humanities subjects, all taught by UCL academics and PhD students. Courses run for six weeks at UCL's campus in Bloomsbury during June and July, on either Tuesday or Wednesday evenings.
We are currently in the process of developing the Summer Challenge programme for 2016. View the 2015 Summer Challenge brochure (pdf) Year 12 Masterclasses. In the spring and summer terms UCL hosts a range of subject-specific masterclasses.
Masterclasses offer you a taste of learning at university, and are designed to help you decide what area of study you would like to pursue at degree level. They give you an insight in to your chosen subject, and so provide an excellent example to include in your personal statement. The masterclasses themselves are entertaining, hands-on sessions run by UCL academics and PhD students. Gateways Conferences. In July 2016, UCL will be holding a series of interdisciplinary Year 12 conferences, designed to give a taste of what studying at university is like.
The conferences will provide helpful information about applying to competitive universities, and give Year 12 students the opportunity to meet current students and members of academic staff, as well as gain tips on applying to competitive universities. In July 2015, we ran four conferences on the following themes: Global HealthHuman Rights LanguagesHumans Eligibility criteria. Subject Masterclasses.
Subject Masterclasses are aimed at academically-able Year 12 students from any school/college.
They are subject-specific events, which offer students a true flavour of undergraduate study and an introduction to the University of Cambridge. What are they?