Events across the college

Keep up to date with the latest news and events from around the college and the wide-ranging projects our staff and students get involved with.

Birmingham Business School events

Business Management Suite of Programmes Induction (Birmingham Business School)

Business Management Suite of Programmes Induction (Birmingham Business School)
Date
22/09/2014
Location:
MECH-G31
Description
Half day induction: Meet key people and find out more about your course and sources of support.
Categories:
Social Sciences

Undergraduate Programmes from the Department of Economics (Birmingham Business School ) Induction Day One

Undergraduate Programmes from the Department of Economics (Birmingham Business School ) Induction Day One
Date
22/09/2014
Location:
Vaughan Jeffries Lecture Theatre (Education Building R19 on Campus Map)
Description
Registration and Welcome
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School of Education events

Hong Kong Education UK Schools Roadshow 2014

Date
22 - 26/09/2014
Location:
Hong Kong
Categories:
Exhibitions, International, Students

Welcome to the Department of Education and Social Justice

Date
22/09/2014
Location:
Room G39, School of Education
Description
A range of speakers will introduce you to the Department of Education and Social Justice in the School of Education
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students
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School of Government and Society events

The Implication of the Scottish Independence Referendum

The Implication of the Scottish Independence Referendum
Date
01/10/2014
Location:
Muirhead Tower, Room 121
Description
Chair: Dr Peter Kerr (POLSIS), Speakers: Paul Cairney (University of Stirling), Nicola McEwen (University of Edinburgh), James Johnston (Senior Clerk, Scottish Parliament).
Categories:
Social Sciences

Certificate in Overview and Scrutiny (3 day course)

Date
06 - 08/10/2014
Description
This three day programme works through the stages and techniques of the scrutiny process, and the ways in which it may be used both to hold executives to account and to develop policy. It may be used as an induction and training in the principles of good scrutiny for those who are new or relatively new to the topic (including an update on issues for scrutiny raised by new legislation and the Coalition's approach to local government). It will also assist those with experience of scrutiny to develop their skills and improve their practice.
Categories:
Social Sciences, Teaching
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School of Social Policy events

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