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ICH Postgraduate Open Days/Events
Our next event will be the Spring Open Evening on Wednesday 11th February 2015.
Staff and current students will be available to speak to you about programmes in the Institute of Child Health (ICH) and the Institute for Global Health (IGH).
Please see the relevant pages for a full lists of our programmes:
- Institute of Child Health Postgraduate Degree Programmes
- Institute for Global Health Postgraduate Degree Programmes
The programme will include (all times currently approximate):
5.15-6.00 Arrivals and registration
6.00-6.15 Welcome talk
6.15-7.15 Programme level activities, including tours of labs and teaching facilities
7.00-8.00 Refreshments and networking session
To register for your place, please email email@example.com. Please include your full name and the degree programme you are interested in.
If you cannot attend this event but would like to find out more about studying at ICH or IGH, please contact the relevant Teaching Administrator
Lecturecast recordings from parts of Summer 2013 Open Evening are available on request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a large file and may take time to download, it can be viewed on Mediaplayer and other similar systems.
Interested in pursuing a graduate degree?
You are invited to the Institute of Child Health
Come and see posters of our current students’ research
with keynote lecture
(title of 2015 lecture and programme to be confirmed)
2014 Programme (sample):
Guests to view a comprehensive selection of Postgraduate Research posters, and talk to Programme representatives
Information on Postgraduate Taught Programmes
Tours of the
Tour of the Wolfson Centre/Talks for non-laboratory based taught programmes
||Guest Lecture by Professor Sadaf Farooqi, Professor of Metabolism and Medicine, University of Cambridge, “The biology of appetite: from genes to behaviour”|
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