UCL Open Days


Open Day Series

We are delighted to announce that we are hosting our very first Graduate Open Day Series in 2020. We are kicking things off at the end of January with the very first event and will keep you updated here with all the events that will follow. These events are highly tailored to your study interest and will give you an overview of the field of study you're interested in. That means, if you're interested in studying one of our Life Sciences, you may want to hear about our degree progammes that are related to this from the Faculty of Medical Sciences as well. That way, we provide you with all relevant information that is easy to digest in one day. Another benefit is that you will have more opportunities to speak with your future lecturers and tutors. On top of it all, you can have informal chats with current students that will give you the true insight into studying at UCL. They've been in your shoes before and will be the best to get advice from. 


29 January 2020 - UCL Graduate Open Day: Laws 

Join us at a special evening event to find out more about your options on the recently announced 10 month LLM at UCL Laws.

On Wednesday 29 January from 5:30pm, our historic home, Bentham House, will host talks and discussions from UCL Laws staff, students and the UCL Centre for Access to Justice at our LLM (Master of Laws) Graduate Open Evening.

The Graduate Open Evening is an opportunity to hear from UCL Laws academics on hot topics in law today, including topics at the forefront of economic, political, and social debates. 

Whether you’ve just completed undergraduate studies, or you’re already in practice our LLM (Master of Laws) programme offers a wide variety of taught modules where you can explore your intellectual interests freely or choose to specialise in a particular area of legal research.

On the LLM (Master of Laws) programme at UCL Laws you'll be joining our fantastic community of some of the brightest and most ambitious graduate students from all over the world. We look forward to seeing you soon. 

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3 February 2020 - UCL Graduate Open Day: School of Life & Medical Sciences

On the 3 February, you get a chance to meet representatives, students and lecturers from four different faculties who together form the School of Life & Medical Sciences: Faculty of Brain Sciences, Faculty of Life Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences, and the Faculty of Population Health Sciences

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.        

Session: 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. 

Session: 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.

17:15-17:45Studying a graduate degree at Queen Square Institute of NeurologyGavin de Beer Lecture Theatre (G04), Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower Street
17:30-18:30Studying for a Postgraduate Taught Degree in the Faculty of Brain SciencesLecture Theatre B05, Lower Ground Floor, Chadwick Building
18:15-19:00Why you should choose a career as an audiologist and how do you become one?Room G17, Ground Floor, Pearson Building
18:45-19:30Studying Linguistics at UCLGavin de Beer Lecture Theatre (G04), Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower Street 

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.

18:00-18:30Studying at the Faculty of Life Sciences OverviewJ Z Young Lecture Theatre (G29), Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower Street

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.

18:00-18:30Studying at the Faculty of Medical Sciences with a special interest in NutritionGavin de Beer Lecture Theatre (G04), Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower Street

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.

17:15-18:00Masters study at the Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care and Institute for Global HealthRoom G22, Ground Floor, Pearson Building
18:45-19:30Graduate studies in “Cell and Gene Therapy” and in “Personalised Medicine and Novel Therapies”Lecture Theatre B05, Lower Ground Floor, Chadwick Building

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11 February 2020 - UCL Graduate Open Day: 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.

Details of all programmes can be found at: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/study-us

The SSEES 'marketplace' is an informal space to meet academics and current students from across our range of programme areas.

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.

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17 February 2020 - UCL Graduate Open Day: Sciences, Engineering and the Built Environment

The world-leading faculties of The Bartlett, Faculty of the Built Environment, The Faculty of Engineering Sciences and the Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, have put their heads together to offer you an exciting, insightful afternoon at UCL. You will have the chance to attend academic subject talks, Drop Ins and One-to-One meetings with tutors and researchers from your subject of interest. 

We are currently finalising the schedule for the evening, which we will publish here as soon as possible. To make things easy for you, we will send you the timetable directly if you register for the event. This way you also make sure you get all the latest updates regarding the Graduate Open Day.  

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27 February 2020 - UCL Graduate Open Day: UCL Here East

If you are interested in one of our seven programmes based at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London, this Open Day will provide you with a unique opportunity to see the campus, enjoy a taster lecture and meet the programme directors. The programmes based at Here East are: 

Join us for talks, tours and taster sessions in our state-of-the-art studio, fabrication and interdisciplinary research space at Here East in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Please note: this event is specifically for students interested in studying one of our seven Master's programmes taught at UCL at Here East. For more information about the school's other Master's programmes, please visit our postgraduate programme pages.

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