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Visitors will be given a welcome pack and greeted by members of staff and current student. There will be an opportunity to ask us questions and discuss our courses.
An interactive session providing the opportunity to experience a live simulation of the Stock Exchange. (Please note that capacity is limited to 56 per session.)
There will be a shuttle bus service to/ from Trevithick and Queen's building which will run throughout the day from the car park of Main Building.
Displays and interactive demonstrations of student activities and projects with interactive demonstrations
Visitors interested in Dentistry should report to the Sir Martin Evans Building on the Cathays Park Campus where they will be able to meet staff from the school. It will not be possible to visit the School of Dentistry today but you can find out more about our course and our cutting-edge facilities by visiting the range of activities at the Sir Martin Evans building.
This talk includes information about the Dentistry degree. For information about other Dental Care Professional degrees please visit the School of Dentistry stand.
Take a trip to the Heath Park Campus, home to three of the University's academic schools and the University Hospital of Wales, one of the largest in the UK. You will have the opportunity to visit the School of Dentistry and to speak to current students about their experiences.
Come and talk to the admissions officer and staff about our degree programmes.
Please note: The programme for the School of Engineering has been revised - the information sessions and taster lectures will now be happening at 10am, 12 noon and 2pm. The number of tours available has also been increased. A shuttle service will run from the car park of Main Building, Park Place to the School of Engineering throughout the day.
Academic staff, current students and academics will be available throughout the day to answer your questions
Informal advice and guidance from the Admissions staff, current students and academics
Visitors interested in Healthcare Sciences should report to the Sir Martin Evans Building on the Cathays Park Campus where they will be able to meet staff from the School and see a range of exhibitions.
Visitors can also take a shuttle bus (departing from Main Building) to the Heath Park Campus for a self-guided tour.
Prospective Healthcare students can take a self-guided tour of Ty Dewi Sant Building, which features outstanding facilities including a kinesiology lab, X-ray suite, physiotherapy room, mould room, 3D radiotherapy suite and even a mock operating theatre and hospital ward, both featuring the latest healthcare simulation mannequins. Staff and students will be available during the tour to answer your questions.
Visitors interested in Medicine should report to the Sir Martin Evans Building on the Cathays Park Campus where they will be able to meet staff from the school. It will not be possible to visit the School of Dentistry today but you can find out more about our course and our cutting-edge facilities by visiting the range of activities at the Sir Martin Evans building.
This talk will cover the course at Cardiff University, as well as the career and selection process.
Take a free bus to the Heath Park Campus: see our £18M state-of-the-art building for a self-guided tour and hear about life as a Cardiff medical student. See our Simulation and Clinical Skills facilities look around the library and talk to academic staff and current medical students. You are welcome to stay for as little or as long as you like but allow yourself a minimum of 1.5 hours for the round trip. We have a range of talks and activities for you at the Heath Park Campus:rnrn- Browse the School of Medicine information Fair (Ground Floor, Cochrane Building)rn- Watch DVDs of talks from previous Open Days (Ground Floor, Cochrane Building) rn- Explore our welcoming, comfortable and well-resourced Health Library (1st Floor, Cochrane Building)rn- Take part in Clinical Skills Demonstrations (3rd Floor, Cochrane Building)rn- Visit our hi-tech Simulation Suite (4th Floor, Cochrane Building)rn- Drop in on a range of informal presentations, with Q&A sessions, on topics including Life as a Medical Student, Life as a Junior Doctor and Applying to Med School.
Admissions staff and current ‘Medic’ students will be on hand to provide information on the application process and to answer your questions. They will also have a flyer detailing the activities at the Cochrane Building on the Heath Park Campus. Come and say hello!
Studying the following Modern Languages: French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish as well as Translation.
Staff and students will be available to answer questions
Library staff will be available to show visitors the library facilities and to answer questions.
Prospective students can then participate in an informal discussion of the music performed, looking at a variety of approaches to the study of music (e.g. analysis, performance studies, composition, music history and sociology and music criticism).
A shuttle service will run from the car park of Main Building, Park Place to the School of Physics and Astronomy throughout the day.
This talk will introduce our degree programmes in Criminology, Education, Social Policy (Half Degree), Social Science, Sociology and Human & Social Sciences,
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