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UCL Open Day 2012
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Upcoming events

Build cities with UCL

Urban Planning Summer School for Year 12 students

Do you have a passion for cities? Would you like to know more about how urban areas function and what the future for cities will be? The ‘Access To Urban Planning’ UCL Bartlett Summer School is for students in year 12 who are considering applying to university to study either urban planning, urban design, planning and real estate, or urban studies.  The summer school will introduce students to the principles of urban planning and its related subjects, provide an insight into urban planning as a career, and provide an opportunity to explore a live project in London over the course of the week.  No previous knowledge is required.

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If you are traveling from outside of London, we can cover your travel costs. For more information, please email h.anderson@ucl.ac.uk

A taste of Archaeology

Find out what it is like to study Archaeology at UCL with a Taster Course.

London Archaeology – a taste of the past

Join staff and students from the Institute of Archaeology (IoA) for a day dedicated to exploring London (specifically Bloomsbury and the area around University College London – UCL). Take a tour of Bombsite Bloomsbury, looking at the heritage of the Great War and the Second World War, and look back at the early history of London with a tour of early archaeological sites.

You will also get a taste of academic archaeology with a taster lecture on the Archaeology of London and the history of the Institute, as well as a tour of our own Archaeological Collections and a chance to handle some of our oldest objects.

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A Taste of Archaeology: a world of history under one roof

Get a taste of the Archaeological research that goes on in the Institute of Archaeology (IoA), as well as the chance to experience a day in our labs and collections store, and find out what's good about studying Archaeology in London.

Learn about identifying both animal and human bones, and the science behind conservation used in Museums. In this hands on course, you will be able to explore our collections and be taught about the ‘Life of an Object’ by our Collections Manager. You will also have the chance to see UCL's Archaeology department, and follow a research trail around our Institute of Archaeology Library.

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If you are traveling from outside of London, we can cover your travel costs. For more information, please email h.anderson@ucl.ac.uk