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Faculty Drop Ins, Talks and Tours

This is a guide to departmental and subject-specific events taking place at UCL during the Graduate Open Day.

Below you will find all activities (talks, tours, tasters, 1-2-1 and Drop In sessions, etc.) that are offered on faculty and departmental level. We have indicated which sessions need booking and included the links for you. We would recommend that you check the whole programme carefully in case you are interested in more than one department or faculty. Please ensure that you allow enough time to travel between venues. Tickets are required where indicated. We generally recommend to arrive 10-15 minutes before the talk is due to start to ensure a swift running of the evening. For all those sessions where no booking is required, admission will be on a 'first-come first-served' basis.  As well as attending relevant talks, we would recommend that you also drop by at your intended department's relevant information stand at our Faculty Fair.

Faculty of Arts & Humanities

A unit of great intellectual diversity, inquiry and social engagement, we span creative and traditional disciplines. The faculty is home to: Arts & Sciences; English Language & Literature; European & International Social & Political Studies; Greek & Latin; Hebrew & Jewish Studies; Information Studies; Philosophy; Modern Languages, and the Slade School of Fine Art.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the South Cloisters between 15:00 – 19:00.

Centre for Early Modern Exchange: Early Modern Studies at UCL

A series of PechaKucha presentations on everything from sword fighting and legendary weapons to Queens on stage, food riots and climate change in 17th century Andalusia, and how Sancho lost his Ass, led by doctoral students with some contributions from staff showcasing Early Modern Studies at UCL, this is early moderns fast!

Please note that tickets for this event are separate to the Open Day booking. You can find more information and book your ticket here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/early-modern/events/2019/dec/early-moderns-fast-swinging-sword-swinging-cat-swinging-queens-and-swinging-sack 

Department of Greek and Latin Postgraduate Open Day

The Department of Greek and Latin is holding an open afternoon and evening in conjunction with UCL's Graduate Open Day. Prospective MA applicants in particular may wish to attend the central UCL events. Postgraduate students from our department will be available for you to talk with at the Greek & Latin stand in the Faculty Fair.

The MA Tutor, Maria Wyke  will be available for one-to-one discussion in the Department between 16:00-18:00, in her office on the first floor of Gordon House (Room 104). Do just drop in. Potential PhD students are also welcome to contact the PhD Director Stephen Colvin directly to make an appointment to discuss research plans (either on 4 Dec. between 4 and 6pm or on another day). He will also be able to arrange for you to meet a potential supervisor.

At 6:00 pm in Gordon House G09 there will be talks about postgraduate life in our UCL Classics community. At 6.30 pm there will be an opportunity for discussion and Q&A with the MA and PhD Tutors, accompanied by a reception with refreshments.

School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) 
The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is the UK's largest institution for research and teaching on Russian, the Baltics, and Central, Eastern and South-East Europe. 
Our range of MA programmes and PhD provision covers our four main programme areas: Economics and Business; Politics and Sociology; History; and Languages and Culture. We also offer a two year international Masters (IMESS), where students spend the first year at UCL and the second year abroad at a partner university in the region. 
The SSEES 'marketplace' is an informal space to meet academics and current students from across our range of programmes.  
There will be a short welcome talk giving an overview of the School at 5.30pm, followed by a wine reception and networking. 
The idea is for applicants to get to speak to staff in a relaxed environment, to ask questions about your intended programme(s), or to simply find out more about what's on offer, as well as having a look around our spectacular building and award-winning library. We look forward to welcoming you! 
View all SSEES programmes https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/prospective-students/graduate-taught​ Get in touch: maadmissions@ssees.ucl.ac.uk 
Find out more about the Faculty of Arts & Humanities

 

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed
Centre for Early Modern Exchanges, CMII

Early Modern Studies at UCL: A seminar led by Doctoral students

17:00-19:00(IAS) Common Ground (G11),Ground floor, South WingExternal Booking Click Here
EnglishStudying English at UCL17:15-18:00Room B05, Lower Ground Floor, Darwin Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Greek & LatinGreek & Latin Drop In: Meet MA Tutor Maria Wyke16:00-18:00Room 104, First Floor, Gordon House, 29 Gordon SquareNo
 Greek & Latin Drop In: Meet PhD Tutor Stephen Colvin16:00-18:00Room G06, GroundFloor, Gordon House, 29 Gordon SquareNo
 Postgraduate Life and the UCL Classics Community18:00-19:00Room G09, Ground Floor, Gordon House, 29 Gordon SquareBook Here
Hebrew and Jewish StudiesHebrew and Jewish Studies Drop In16:00-17:00Room FC328, Third Floor, Foster Court, Malet PlaceNo
The Slade School of Fine ArtThe Slade School of Fine Art Talk and Tour16:00-17:30Room G08, Ground Floor, Chadwick BuildingBook Here
School of European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS)Studying Languages and Cultural Studies at UCL16:00-17:00Garwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South WingBook Here
School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)Studying at the the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES Drop In)17:30-19:00Senior Common Room, Fourth Floor, SSEES Building, 16 Taviton StreetNo
 Studying at the the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES Introduction)17:30-19:00Senior Common Room, Fourth Floor, SSEES Building, 16 Taviton StreetBook Here
Faculty of Brain Sciences

We are home to some of the world’s most influential and creative researchers in the field of brain sciences. Our programmes provide our students with the skills and knowledge they need through research embedded education. Many of our departments are partnered with world-famous hospitals and research centres in central London.        
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the North Cloisters between 15:00 – 19:00.

Studying for a Postgraduate Taught Degree in the Faculty of Brain Sciences
This presentation will give you an opportunity to find out more about the Faculty of Brain Sciences and what we have to offer. Dr Julie Evans, Faculty Tutor, will be discussing the educational opportunities and how it can enhance your career prospects. We will also have a current student presenting on their UCL experience. 

Studying Linguistics at UCL
In this presentation, you will learn about some of the things that linguists do. You will also find out about the MA Linguistics, its structure, what kinds of students have enrolled in the programme in the past and destinations for those students.

Biosciences Dragon's Den
Come experience the exciting field of Bioscience entrepreneurship by watching UCL staff with venture capitalists interact with life science students who want to pitch their bioscience business ideas to our panel.  The format will give you the opportunity to see just how exciting the world of bioscience and biotech enterprise can be while learning more about this exciting new master’s programme being launched at UCL.

Find out more about the Faculty of Brain Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Faculty of
Brain Sciences
Studying for a Postgraduate Taught Degree (i.e. MA, MRes, MSc, PG Dip and PG
Cert) in the Faculty of Brain Sciences: a Staff and Student Perspective
17:30-18:30
 
Room G01, Main Quad Pop UpBook Here
UCL Ear InstituteWhy you should choose a career as an audiologist and how do you become one?17:45-18:30Room 505, Fifth Floor, 25 Gordon StreetBook Here
UCL Institute of OpthalmologyBioscience Dragons' De18:30-19:00Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy BuildingBook Here
UCL Psychology and Language SciencesStudying Linguistics at UCL: What Linguists Do16:30-17:15Executive Suite 104, , First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
UCL Queen Square Institute of NeurologyStudying for a postgraduate degree at Queen Square Institute of Neurology17:00-17:30Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy BuildingBook Here
Faculty of the Built Environment

We’re the Bartlett, UCL’s faculty of the built environment. Combining architecture and planning with other disciplines such as energy, sustainability and public policy, we explore human spaces. Not just physical structures like homes and cities, but also the invisible structures that govern them: our laws and political systems, our family groupings and social norms.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon Street between 15:00 – 19:00.

Find out more about the Faculty of the Built Environment

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and ResourcesPostgraduate research in Energy, Environment, Resources and Heritage17:45-18:15Garwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South WingBook Here
Centre for Advanced Spatial AnalysisPostgraduate taught programmes at the Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis16:00-16:30Room G02, Main Quad Pop Up, Main QuadBook Here
Development Planning UnitStudying a Masters in Health in Urban Development16:00-16:30Room 505, Fifth Floor, 25 Gordon StreetBook Here
Real Estate InstituteStudying an MSc Healthcare Facilities at UCL18:15-18:45Room 110, First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
 Studying an MSc Learning Environments at UCL17:45-18:15Room 1.20, First Floor, Malet Place Engineering Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
School of ArchitectureArchitecture Masters Drop In16:00-18:15Room 2.01, Second Floor, The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon StreetNo
 Architecture Part 2 Drop In16:00-18:15Room G12, Ground Floor, The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon StreetNo
 Fifteen Exhibition10:00-20:00Reception, Ground Floor, The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon StreetNo
 Studying a Masters at The Bartlett School of Architecture16:00-16:30Christopher Ingold Auditorium (XLG2), Ground Floor, Christopher Ingold BuildingBook Here
 The Bartlett Tours (departs regularly)16:00-18:15Book Shop, Ground Floor, The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon StreetNo
 The Bartlett International Lecture Series: Elena Manferdini18:30-20:00Christopher Ingold Auditorium (XLG2), Ground Floor, Christopher Ingold BuildingNo
School of Construction and Project ManagementPostgraduate taught programmes at the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management16:30-17:30Room 1.20, First Floor, Malet Place Engineering Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
School of PlanningStudying at the School of Planning at UCL17:15-18:00Chemistry Lecture Theatre (XLG1), Ground Floor, Christopher Ingold BuildingBook Here
UCL Institute for Environmental Design and EngineeringStudying a Masters at UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering17:00-17:30Room 110, First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
UCL Institute for Global ProsperityStudying Global Prosperity at UCL: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Societal Transformation17:00-18:30Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre, 25 Gordon StreetBook Here
UCL Institute for Innovation and Public PurposeStudying MPA Innovation, Public Policy and Public Value at UCL16:00-16:30Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Second floor, Wilkins BuildingBook Here
 Debate: Post-Brexit Economic/ Science Policy - what next?16:30-17:30Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Second floor, Wilkins BuildingNo
 One-on-one sessions with academic staff to answer questions about the masters programme17:45-18:45Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Second floor, Wilkins BuildingNo
UCL Institute for Sustainable HeritageStudying a Masters in Sustainable Heritage at UCL18:15-18:45Room G02, Main Quad Pop UpBook Here
UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Energy InstituteStudying a Masters in Energy and Sustainable Resources16:00-16:30Room 110, First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Institute of Education

The UCL Institute of Education (IOE) is the world’s leading centre for research and teaching in education and related social science, ranked first for education for the fifth year running in the QS World University Rankings by Subject (2018). We attract outstanding candidates and support them to develop as pioneering practitioners and future leaders in their fields.
You can find representatives from all our departments in the Jeremy Bentham Room and teacher training stand in the North Cloisters between 15:00 – 19:00.

Find out more about the Institute of Education

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Centre for Doctoral EducationStudying an EdD and Mphil/PhD at the UCL Institute of Education Research17:15-18:45Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre (G06),Ground Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Curriculum, Pedagogy and AssessmentStudying an MA Education at UCL17:00-17:30Room 106, First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Department of Culture, Communication and MediaStudying in the IOE’s Department of Culture, Communication and Media17:00-18:00Christopher Ingold Auditorium (XLG2), Christopher Ingold Building,Book Here
Department of Social ScienceStudying at the Department of Social Science16:40-18:10Room G02, Main Quad Pop UpBook Here
Initial Teacher Training EducationPGCE Secondary16:00-16:30J Z Young Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower StreetBook Here
 PGCE Primary16:45-17:15J Z Young Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower StreetBook Here
 Early Years Initial Teacher Education17:40-18:00G22 Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Pearson BuildingBook Here
 PGCE Post Compulsory17:45-18:15Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy BuildingBook Here
Learning and LeadershipStudying MA Primary Education (4-12) and MA Early Years Education17:00-18:00Room G17, Ground Floor, Pearson BuildingBook Here
 Studying Educational Leadership at UCL Institute of Education18:30-19:00Room 1.20, First Floor, Malet Place Engineering Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Psychology and Human DevelopmentMaster’s programmes in Psychology and Special Education17:45-18:45Room G08, Chadwick BuildingBook Here
Faculty of Engineering Sciences

We work across the breadth of engineering, drawing on our multidisciplinary environment to incorporate expertise from life sciences, pure mathematics, psychology and many other areas. Powered by our excellence in research, cutting-edge custom facilities, and teaching innovation, we produce solutions – and students – that change the world.  You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the Roberts Building Foyer between 15:00 – 19:00.

Find out more about the Faculty of Engineering Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Biochemical EngineeringBiochemical Engineering Tour16:00-16:30Meeting Point: Reception, Ground Floor, Bernard Katz BuildingNo
 Biochemical Engineering Tour16:30-17:00Meeting Point: Reception, Ground Floor, Bernard Katz BuildingNo
 Studying Synthetic Biology MRes at UCL16:30-17:00Meeting Point: Reception, Ground Floor, Bernard Katz BuildingBook Here
 Studying Manufacturing and Commercialisation of Stem Cell and Gene Therapies MSc at UCL16:30-17:00Meeting Point: Reception, Ground Floor, Bernard Katz BuildingBook Here
 Postgraduate Research at UCL Biochemical Engineering17:00-17:30Meeting Point: Reception, Ground Floor, Bernard Katz BuildingBook Here
 Studying Biochemical Engineering MSc at UCL17:15-17:45Meeting Point: Reception, Ground Floor, Bernard Katz BuildingBook Here
Computer ScienceStudying an MSc in Disability, Design and Innovation16:00-16:30Room 106, First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
 VR Lab Tour (throughout the evening)16:30-19:00VR Lab, Ground Floor, Malet Place Engineering Building, Malet PlaceNo
 Studying Computer Science at UCL17:00-17:45Sir Davies Lecture Theatre (G08), Ground Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
School of ManagementStudying an MSc Entrepreneurship at UCL16:00-16:30Room 114, Foster Court, Malet PlaceBook Here
 Studying a UCL Business Administration MBA at PKU17:30-18:00Executive Suite 104, First Floor, Roberts Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Security and Crime ScienceStudying an MSc in Crime and Forensic Science16:00-16:30Room G01, Ground Floor, UCL Jill Dando Institute, 35 Tavistock SquareBook Here
 Studying an MSc in Crime Science16:30-17:00Room G01, Ground Floor, UCL Jill Dando Institute, 35 Tavistock SquareBook Here
 Studying a PhD in Security and Crime Science17:00-17:30Room G01, Ground Floor, UCL Jill Dando Institute, 35 Tavistock SquareBook Here
 Studying an MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism17:30-18:00Room G01, Ground Floor, UCL Jill Dando Institute, 35 Tavistock SquareBook Here
 Studying an MSc in Policing18:00-18:30Room G01, Ground Floor, UCL Jill Dando Institute, 35 Tavistock SquareBook Here
Faculty of Laws

Learning from world-leading academics and practitioners, our students receive an outstanding education in the theory of law, and understand it in practice through student-led activities and competitions. We pride ourselves on our collaborative atmosphere, and our students, staff and alumni will foster your potential during your time with us and throughout your career.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stand in the South Cloisters between 15:00–19:00. 

Please note that the Faculty is currently implementing an enhancement plan for its 2020-21 LLM programme. We expect formal approval of the new structure of the programme by December 2019 and we will inform applicants of details and will issue offers of places after then.
By registering your details with UCL Plus (www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/study/register-your-interest-studying-ucl-laws) you will receive further information about the programme as soon as it becomes available. 

Find out more about the Faculty of Law

Faculty of Life Sciences

The Faculty of Life Sciences brings together world leaders in Biological and Biomedical Sciences researching the processes that underpin life on earth and human wellbeing. Our graduate degrees align to our research strengths spanning study of fundamental biological phenomena through to the design and delivery of drugs to tackle human diseases and pathologies.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the Jeremy Bentham Room between 15:00–19:00.

Find out more about the Faculty of Life Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Faculty of Life SciencesWelcome to the Faculty of Life Sciences16:15-16:45Room G01, Ground Floor, Pop Up Space, Main QuadBook Here
Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences

The Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences encompasses the logical, experimental and mathematical study of our universe. Front-line research feeds directly into our teaching programmes, and our students benefit from access to first-class laboratory facilities.  You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the North Cloisters between 15:00–19:00.

Find out more about the Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
ChemistryChemistry Open Evening16:00-18:45Reception, Christopher Ingold Building, 20 Gordon StreetNo
Earth SciencesEarth Sciences Tour17:00-17:30Meeting Point: Earth Sciences Stand, North Cloisters, Wilkins BuildingNo
 Earth Sciences Tour18:00-18:30Meeting Point: Earth Sciences Stand, North Cloisters, Wilkins BuildingNo
Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR)Studying at the Institute of Risk and Disaster Reduction at UCL16:45-17:15Room 235, Foster Court, Malet PlaceBook Here
Physics and AstronomyStudying MSc Physics and Astronomy at UCL16:00-17:00Room 2.18, Second Floor, Chadwick BuildingBook Here
 Lab Tours

15:30
16:00
16:30

Meeting Point; Physics & Astronomy stand, Faculty Fair, North CloistersNo
Space and Climate PhysicsStudying Space and Climate Physics16:15-16:45G22 Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Pearson BuildingBook Here
Faculty of Medical Sciences

As a world leader in medical and biomedical research we are able to see first-hand the directions in which medicine and science are moving and where patient and industry needs are growing. This knowledge ensures that we are producing some of the most innovative master's degrees for clinicians and scientists across the world.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the Jeremy Bentham Room between 15:00–19:00.

Come along to the informal Drop In session where you can meet with the programme teams from a variety of our specialist programmes including our Division of Surgery, the Cancer Institute, Division of Infection & Immunity, Division of Medicine and our Medical School. This is a great opportunity to ask specific questions about a particular course or learn about and compare several programmes. There is no need to book a specific time, when you arrive we will introduce you to the relevant academics individually or in groups as appropriate.
 
Division of Surgery

  • Aesthetics Ms NEW FOR 2020
  • Advanced Minimally-Invasive Surgery MS
  • Burns, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery MSc
  • Surgical and Interventional Sciences MSc
  • Musculoskeletal Science MSc
  • Orthopaedics MSc
  • Physical Therapy in Musculoskeletal Healthcare & Rehabilitation MSc
  • Sports Medicine, Exercise & Health MSc
  • Performing Arts Medicine MSc
  • Nanotechnology & Regenerative Medicine MSc
  • Pain Management MSc
  • Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive technologies MSc 

Cancer Institute

  • Cancer MSc/PhD/MPhil/MD(Res)/MB/PhD

Division of Medicine

  • MSc Advanced Biomedical Imaging
  • MSc Clinical and Public Health Nutrition
  • MSc Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition
  • MSc Clinical Drug Development
  • MRes Clinical Drug Development
  • MSc Drug Design
  • MRes Drug Design
  • MSc Human Tissue Repair
  • MRes Human Tissue Repair
  • MSc Precision Medicine

Division of Infection & Immunity

  • Infection and Immunity MSc/PhD

Medical School

  • MSc Health Professions Education
  • MSc in Health Professions Education (Leadership)
  • MSc in Health Professions Education (Primary Care)
  • MSc in Health Professions Education (Research)

All of the programmes are listed in detail at www.ucl.ac.uk/surgery/PG

Find out more about the Faculty of Medical Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Faculty of Medical SciencesFaculty of Medical Sciences Drop In17:00-18:00Room 114, Foster Court, Malet PlaceNo
Faculty of Population Health Sciences

Our faculty brings together seven institutes whose common aim is to explore and understand the underlying factors that cause ill-health, and innovate to improve health worldwide. We cover cardiovascular science, child health, clinical trials and methodology, epidemiology and health care, global health, health informatics and women’s health.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the Jeremy Bentham Room between 15:00–19:00.

Find out more about the Faculty of Population Health Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care and Insitute for Global HealthStudying at the Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care / Insitute for Global Health17:30-18:30Room 235, Foster Court, Malet PlaceBook Here
Population HealthGraduate Study in Personalised Medicine and Genomics Q&A17:30-18:15Room 219, Foster Court, Malet PlaceBook Here
 Graduate Research Study at the Faculty of Population Health Science at UCL18:00-18:30Room 215, Foster Court, Malet PlaceBook Here

 

Faculty of Social and Historical Science

Working across traditional disciplines, we seek to understand the social, political, economic, cultural and environmental processes that shape the world over time. Our vibrant Faculty comprises the Departments of Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, History of Art and Political Science, and the Institutes of the Americas, Archaeology and Advanced Studies.
You can find representatives from the faculty at our stands in the North Cloisters between 15:00–19:00.

UCL Institute of Archaeology Open Evening
This event is open to both those interested in our wide range Masters Degrees or Research Degrees, and to those already accepted onto a programme. ​From 5pm staff and current students will be on hand to discuss Masters Degrees and doctoral opportunities offered by the UCL Institute of Archaeology.
We will also be running tours of our teaching collection led by Ian Carroll, the Collections Manager, followed by student led tours of the Department. Tours will start at 5.30pm, 5.50pm and 6.10pm.
Please note that registration for this event is separate to the general UCL Graduate Open Day. Book your tickets here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/study/open-days

UCL Anthropology
Studying Anthropology at UCL: UCL Anthropology is one of the best departments in the world for the subject (5th place QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019) and our staff are engaged in pioneering research of modern anthropology. Join us for a short presentation of the department and the broad range of degrees available across our four sub-sections including Biological Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Material Culture and Medical Anthropology.​

Tour of Ethnographic Collections and Object Handling: Visit the UCL Ethnography Collections and learn how to handle and how to engage with objects for a better understanding of material cultures. The collection comprises of about 2000 objects and 5000 photographs representing cultures from all five continents, with particular strengths in Africa and Oceania. Predominantly from the 19th and 20th centuries, objects in the collection were produced during prehistoric and historic periods until our days.​

Postgraduate Open Evening – Informal Q&A and Networking: Come and meet our academic staff and current students to talk about our range of degrees and get all of your questions answered. The open evening will start off with brief introductions followed by informal networking over refreshments.
More details on the range of Masters and MRes degree programmes can be found here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/anthropology/study/graduate-taught-degrees
More details on the PhD opportunities we offer can be found here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/anthropology/study/graduate-research​

Political Science
Join us for a presentation about the Department and it's Postgraduate programmes, and pop along to the drop in, with stands for each programme with the Programme Director and a current student. The Department will also be open for admission queries. 

Find out more about the Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences

DepartmentActivityTimeVenueTicketed?
AnthropologyTour of Ethnographic Collections and Object Handling17:00-17:30Meeting Point: Reception, UCL Anthropology, 14 Taviton StreetExternal Booking Click Here
 Tour of Ethnographic Collections and Object Handling17:30-18:00Meeting Point: Reception, UCL Anthropology, 14 Taviton StreetExternal Booking Click Here
 Studying Anthropology at UCL18:00-18:30Daryll Forde Seminar Room, UCL Anthropology, 14 Taviton StreetBook Here
 Tour of Ethnographic Collections and Object Handling18:30-19:00Meeting Point: Reception, UCL Anthropology, 14 Taviton StreetExternal Booking Click Here
 Anthropology Open Evening: Networking and Informal Q&A18:30-20:00Student Common Room, UCL Anthropology, 14 Taviton StreetExternal Booking Click Here
ArchaeologyArchaeology Open Evening: Meet UCL students and course co-ordinators17:00-18:30Room 609, UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon SquareExternal Booking Click Here
 Archaeology Tours17:30-18:30Meeting Point: Room 609, UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon SquareNo
GeographyStudying Geography Masters Programmes at UCL: Developing Advanced Geographical Skills16:15-17:00Room B05, Lower Ground Floor, Darwin Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
 Geography Drop In17:00-17:30Room G03, Ground Floor, Pearson BuildingNo
HistoryStudying Postgraduate History at UCL17:15-17:45Room B15, Lower Ground Floor, Darwin Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
History of ArtStudying a History of Art Masters at UCL16:00-16:30Room B15, Lower Ground Floor, Darwin Building, Malet PlaceBook Here
Political SciencePolitical Science Drop In17:00-19:00Reception, Department of Political Science, Rubin Building, 29 Tavistock SquareNo
 Studying at the UCL Department of Political Science at UCL17:10-17:40Garwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South WingBook Here
 Studying at the UCL Department of Political Science at UCL (Repeat)18:00-18:30Council Room, Department of Political Science, Rubin Building, 29 Tavistock SquareBook Here
The AmericasInstitute of the Americas Drop In16:00-17:30Room 103, First Floor, Institute of the Americas, 51 Gordon SquareNo
 Studying at the UCL Institute of the Americas17:30-18:00Room 103, First Floor, Institute of the Americas, 51 Gordon SquareBook Here
School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)Studying at the the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES Drop In)17:30-19:00Senior Common Room, Fourth Floor, SSEES Building, 16 Taviton StreetNo
 Studying at the the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES Introduction)17:30-19:00Senior Common Room, Fourth Floor, SSEES Building, 16 Taviton StreetBook Here