ISOP - Graduates



Events

The next event to be broadcast on UCL Live is:


Title: The International Student Orientation Programme (ISOP)
Dates:

Friday, 20th September 2013

Saturday, 21st September 2013

Time: 10:00 BST (GMT+1)
Location: See 'Description' for all venue locations
More details: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/iss/orientation/postgraduate-students


Description:

The International Student Orientation Programme (ISOP)

Friday 20th September 2013 – seminars for GRADUATE STUDENTS

Official welcome
Time: 11.30-12.30
Venue: The Bloomsbury Theatre
The programme will begin with an official welcome from Professor Mike Ewing (UCL Dean of Students, Academic), other senior and support staff and current UCL students. Sabbatical Officers will introduce UCL Student Union (UCLU) and give you information about  signing up for clubs and societies, social events while you are at UCL and assistance provided by UCLU if you happen to be experiencing any difficulties during the period of your studies.

Official welcome
Time: 14.00-15.00
Venue: The Bloomsbury Theatre
The programme will begin with an official welcome from Professor Mike Ewing (UCL Dean of Students, Academic), other senior and support staff and current UCL students. Sabbatical Officers will introduce UCL Student Union (UCLU) and give you information about  signing up for clubs and societies, social events while you are at UCL and assistance provided by UCLU if you happen to be experiencing any difficulties during the period of your studies.

Living in London
Time: 10.00-11.00 
Venue: The Bloomsbury Theatre
Representatives from the UCL Health Centre, London Metropolitan Police, and Transport for London will discuss with you essential aspects of registering with the NHS, seeing a doctor, obtaining medication and safety in London. You will also be given information on how to obtain a student discount travel card.

Getting used to living and studying in a different culture
Time: 15.30-16.30
Venue: Christopher Ingold Auditorium
Whilst coming to study at UCL is a positive and stimulating experience, some of you may find the transition to the UK challenging. Dr Adam Liston (UCL Institute of Neurology) will draw on the experiences of a wide range of our staff and students to help you anticipate both the strengths and challenges of student life in the UK. You will learn how other students have made the transition and have the opportunity to reflect on your own experiences.


Saturday 21 September 2013 – seminars for GRADUATE STUDENTS

Your learning journey at UCL
Time: 10.00-11.00 
Venue: Logan Hall, Institute of Education 
The education system in your home country may be very different from the one in the UK. This seminar will be led by Dr Paul Walker (UCL Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching) and is designed to help you understand and adjust to the customs of teaching and learning at UCL, so that you can get the most value from classes and university life.

Focus on careers 
Time: 11.15-12.15
Venue: Logan Hall, Institute of Education 
Preparing an effective job application, writing a CV which will get noticed by employers and developing successful interview skills are the key to getting your dream job. The Focus on careers seminar will give you essential information about finding a job in the UK during and after your studies, and advice about getting ahead in a tough global jobs market.




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