Postgraduate Open Day

College of Life and Environmental Sciences - Postgraduate Open Day Wednesday 22 November 2017

les-opendayDedicated to exploring and learning about the diversity and evolutionary challenges of life in all its forms, the College of Life and Environmental Sciences enjoys internationally recognised strengths in teaching and research. The College uses training, fieldwork and excellent facilities to enable students to learn generic and discipline-specific skills while studying exciting topics – ranging from ecology through to cancer research and forensic psychology.

Our Postgraduate Open Day gives you the opportunity to talk to our experts and find out more about the wide portfolio of taught and research opportunities available to you at the University.

Start planning your day by browsing our scheduled events in the College of Life and Environmental Sciences below. 

Please note that the below schedules and events were for our previous postgraduate open day, and will be updated later in the year. However, it will give you an idea of event timings for you to plan your travel. 

University Graduate School

University Graduate School events
 Time  Event  Location
4.00–5.00pm 

Café Masters – an opportunity to put your questions to a panel of current postgraduate students in a relaxed and informal setting.

Refreshments will be provided.

Room 220 (Board Room), Law Building (R1)
4.00–5.00pm 

Café PhD – an opportunity to meet current doctoral researchers, hear about their work and their experiences of PhD life, and ask questions in a relaxed and informal setting.

Refreshments will be provided.

Room 219 (Moot Room), Law Building (R1)

School of Biosciences

School of Biosciences events
 Time  Event  Location
2.00pm and 2.25pm

Opportunity for tours of the facilities led by current postgraduate students.

Lobby, Main Reception Area, Biosciences Building (R27)

2.45–3.30pm 

Masters programmes in the School of Biosciences:

  • Introduction to MSc Molecular Biotechnology
  • Introduction to MSc Microbiology and Infection
  • Introduction to MRes and MSc Toxicology
  • Introduction to MRes Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • Overview of MSc Bioinformatics

Room WG04, Biosciences Building (R27)

 

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences events
 Time Event  Location
2.00pm and 2.25pm

Opportunity for tours of the facilities led by current postgraduate students. 

The Undercroft, Geography Lobby, Ground floor, Geography Building (R26)
1.00-1.45pm

Drop-in session for MSc River Environments and their Management

Education Room, Lapworth Museum, Earth Sciences Building, (R4) 
1.00-1.45pm Drop-in session for PhD opportunities in the School 

Room 335, Third Floor, Geography Building (R26) 

2.45–3.20pm 

Introduction to our Environmental Health and Atmospheric Science Masters programmes, including:

  • MSc Air Pollution Management and Control
  • MSc Applied Meteorology and Climatology
  • MSc Environmental Health
  • MSc Public and Environmental Health Science
  • MSc Science of Occupational Health, Safety and the Environment 

E102, First Floor, Biosciences Building (R27)

 
2.45–3.20pm

Introduction to our Geography and Urban and Regional Planning Masters programmes, including:

  • MSc  and MRes Research in Human Geography
  • MSc Urban and Regional Planning
  • MRes Environmental and Biological Nanoscience 

Room 311, Third Floor, Geography Building (R26)

 
2.45–3.20pm

Introduction to our Earth Sciences Masters programmes, including:

  • MSc Hydrogeology
  • MSc Applied and Petroleum Micropalaeontology

Education Room, Lapworth Museum, Earth Sciences Building, (R4)

School of Psychology

School of Psychology events
 Time Event Location
2.00pm and 2.15pm

Opportunity for tours of the facilities led by current postgraduate students.

Reception area, Hills Building (R3)

 
2.30–2.50pm

Introduction to our MSc and MA programmes:

  • MSc in Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience
  • MSc Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics
  • MA Psychology
  • MSc Psychology

Room WG05, Aston Webb Building, A Block (R4)

2.50–3.05pm

Introduction to Clinical Psychology programmes

Room WG05, Aston Webb Building, A Block (R4)

3.05–3.20pm Introduction to MRes Clinical Psychology  Room WG05, Aston Webb Building, A Block (R4)
3.20–3.35pm

Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Programmes

Room WG05, Aston Webb Building, A Block (R4)
3.35 – 3.55pm Introduction to our PhD and Masters by Research programmes Room WG05, Aston Webb Building, A Block (R4)
3.55-4.10pm

Introduction to Forensic Psychology programmes

Room WG05, Aston Webb Building, A Block (R4)

School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences

School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilition Sciences events
 Time Event Location
2.00pm and 2.25pm

Opportunity for tours of the facilities led by current postgraduate students. 

The Atrium (foyer), Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences Building (Y14)

 
2.45–3.45pm

Introduction to pre-registration Physiotherapy MSc programme

Lecture Theatre 1, First Floor, Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences Building (Y14) 

2.45–3.30pm

Drop-in sessions for the following programmes (an ambassador will meet you in the Atrium and escort you to the relevant location):

  • PhD/MSc by Research Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
  • MSc and MRes Exercise and Sport Sciences
  • PGDip and MSc Sport Coaching
  • MSc Sport Policy, Business and Management
  • MSc Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy
  • MSc Advancing Physiotherapy  Practice
  • MSc Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy
  • MSc Exercise and Sports Medicine (Football)

The Atrium (foyer), Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences Building (Y14)

 


If you are looking for schedules of our other colleges, you can find them here: