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Take a tour of the school with current students.
Student ambassadors will be available following all talks to take visitors on a tour of the Business School
Visitors will be given a welcome pack and greeted by members of staff and current students. There will be opportunities to ask us any questions that aren't covered in our talks.
The admissions tutor, academic staff and current students will be on hand to discuss our courses and answer your questions.
Displays and interactive demonstrations of student activities and projects with interactive demonstrations
The Heath Park Campus is home to four 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
A shuttle service will run from the car park of Main Building, Park Place to the School of Engineering throughout the day.
A tour of the facilities will take place following the 14:00 talk
A tour of the facilities will take place following this talk
The tours of the relevant facilities will take place at the end of the three lectures in the locations as detailed above
Visitors interested in Healthcare Studies 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.
Teaching takes place at the Heath Campus, on the shared site with the University Hospital of Wales. However, please note that Open Day activity will take place within Cardiff School of Biosciences in the Sir Martin Evans Building.
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.
This session will look briefly at qualifying as a Solicitor or Barrister in England and Wales. It considers the current challenges of finding a training position, and how our Law in the Real World portfolio of ‘pro bono’ (free legal advice) and other voluntary schemes can enhance a student's employability both within the legal profession and the wider jobs market.
Visitors interested in Medicine should report to the Sir Martin Evans Building on the Cathays Park Campus where they can meet academic staff, current students and take the bus to the Heath Park Campus for a self-guided tour. Teaching takes place at both Cathays Park and the Heath Park Campus, on the shared site with the University Hospital of Wales, as well as in a variety of clinical settings across Wales.
Includes question and answer session
Take a free bus to the Heath Park campus: see our £18 million 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.rnWhilst you are at the Heath Park Campus, be sure to visit:rnSchool of Medicine Information Desk, Ground Floor Cochrane BuildingrnOur welcoming, comfortable and well-resourced Health library, 1st Floor, Cochrane BuildingrnClinical Skills Demonstrations, 3rd Floor, Cochrane BuildingrnHi-Tech Simulation Suite - 4th Floor, Cochrane BuildingrnLife as a Medical Student - presentation and Q&A session (20 minutes) - Lecture Theatre, Michael Griffith Resource CentrernLife as a newly qualified Doctor - Ground Floor Cochrane BuildingrnInformation DVDs - Ground Floor, Cochrane Building
This talk is specifically for prospective students and will include an outline of requirements and our admissions procedure. Students will also be available to talk about student activities. This will be followed by a question and answer session - Professor Rachel Cowgill, Head of School and Dr Keith Chapin, Admissions Tutor.rnrnThis talk will be preceded from 10:30 by refreshments in the Octagon (Concert Hall bar area) - come and meet staff and students.
This talk is specifically for prospective students and will include an outline of requirements and our admissions procedure. Students will also be available to talk about student activities. This will be followed by a question and answer session - Professor Rachel Cowgill, Head of School and Dr Keith Chapin, Admissions Tutor.
Second and third year studio composition students will be demonstrationg the studio facilities including Logic and ProTools digital editing equipment - Dr Tim Taylor
Demonstration of computing facilities including specialist music software (Sibelius)
In their final year students can opt to give a 30 minute public recital. Part of the training for this module includes an advance performance class. Come and see how the students are put through their paces in preparation for the lunchtime concert - Dr Caroline Rae
With a concert coming up on Friday 4th April in Llandaff Cathedral, the orchestra will be rehearsing works by Bach, Vivaldi and their French contemporary Jean-Joseph de Mondonville.
This interactive workshop will give you the opportunity to use an ophthalmoscope in order to view the retina
Have a look at the front surface of the eye with a video slit lamp
Experience a range of common causes of visual impairment to understand the impact on daily activities
Admissions Staff will be available all day to answer questions.
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 Sciences, Sociology.
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