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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. 

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. 

If you have already booked for the event, or would like to do so, you can now download our brand new app for the day. It contains all sessions that you can attend on the day plus additional information on places to eat, campus maps, and much more.

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General talks

We are happy to announce that we are joined by some of our colleagues from the Admissions, Funding and Support & Wellbeing Office, who are dedicated making your application to and life at UCL as smooth as possible. 

Please find the overview of activities below, there is no need to book for these. Simply turn up a couple of minutes before the talk is due to start. If you have issues with directions, ask a student ambassador in a yellow sash.

TimeTalkVenue
16:00-18:00Student-led campus toursMeeting Point: Octagon, Wilkins Building
16:05-16:20Student Support & Wellbeing at UCLHarrie Massey Lecture Theatre(E28), Ground Floor, 25 Gordon Street
16:30-17:00Postgraduate Funding at UCL Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre(E28), Ground Floor, 25 Gordon Street
17:30-18:00Postgraduate Admissions at UCLHarrie Massey Lecture Theatre(E28), Ground Floor, 25 Gordon Street

 Bartlett, Faculty of the Built Environment

As one of the oldest but most radical faculties of its kind, The Bartlett has built a reputation for education and research that draws students and academics from across the world.

TimeTalkVenue
16:00-19:00Student-led Tours (departs regularly) Room G08, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
16:00-16:30Studying a Masters at UCL Institute for Environmental Design and EngineeringRoom 6.02, Sixth Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
16:00-16:30Studying an Masters in Sustainable HeritageRoom G10, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
16:15-16:45An intro to CASA Smart Cities, Spatial Data Vis and Connected EnvironmentsRoom G09, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
16:15-16:45Studying a Master's at The Bartlett School of Architecture Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Christopher Ingold Building, 20 Gordon Street
16:15-16:45Developing a new generation of leaders through the MSc Digital Engineering ManagementRoom 6.04, Sixth Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
16:45-17:15Studying Global Prosperity and EntrepreneurshipRoom G10, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
16:45-17:15Studying MPA in Innovation, Public Policy and Public Value at UCL Room 6.02, Sixth Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
17:00-17:30Postgraduate research in energy, environment, resources and heritage Room G09, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
17:00-17:30Studying a Masters in Energy and Sustainable Resources Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Christopher Ingold Building, 20 Gordon Street
17:30-18:00Studying Health in Urban Development at UCL: The Importance of the Global SouthRoom 6.02, Sixth Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
17:30-18:00Studying an MSc Healthcare Facilities at UCLRoom G10, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
17:30-18:30UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose: One-on-one sessions with academic staff Room 6.04, Sixth Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street
17:45-18:15Why and how learning environments matterRoom G09, Ground Floor, The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street

 Faculty of Engineering Sciences

Engineers turn discoveries into solutions. Whether they are improving medical treatments, houses or transportation, the products, processes and students we produce change the world.

TimeTalkVenue
16:00-16:30Studying the MSc Disability, Design, Innovation at UCLGarwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South Wing
16:00-16:40Studying Biochemical Engineering MSc talk with Alex KiprassidesMeeting Point: Reception, Bernard Katz Building
16:15-16:45Biochemical Engineering Tour with Mike Sulu Meeting Point: Reception, Bernard Katz Building
16:15-16:45Studying the MSc Finance at UCLGavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Anatomy Building
16:30-17:00Studying the MSc Management at UCLGarwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South Wing
16:30-17:15Synthetic Biology MRes with Darren Nesbeth Meeting Point: Reception, Bernard Katz Building
17:00-17:30Studying the UCL MBA at UCLGavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Anatomy Building
17:15-17:45Studying the MSc Business Analytics at UCLLecture Theatre B05, Lower Ground Floor, Chadwick Building
17:30-18:20Studying Biochemical Engineering PhD/EngD talk with Dan Bracewell Meeting Point: Reception, Bernard Katz Building
18:00-18:30Studying the UCL PKU MBA at UCLLecture Theatre B05, Lower Ground Floor, Chadwick Building
18:15-18:45Studying Computer Science at UCLHarrie Massey Lecture Theatre(E28), Ground Floor, 25 Gordon Street

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.

TimeTalkVenue
16:30-17:00Studying at the Institue of Material Discovery at UCLRoom B15, Lower Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower Street
16:00-17:00Studying Physics and Astronomy MSc at UCLTeaching Lab, D3, Physics Building
17:30-18:00Studying at the Institute of Risk and Disaster Reduction at UCLGarwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South Wing
18:00-19:00One to one session with the Instute of Risk and Disaster Reduction at UCLGarwood Lecture Theatre (9), First Floor, South Wing
18:00-19:00Mathematics PhD Open DayRoom 500, Fifth Floor, 25 Gordon Street
18:15-18:45Studying Space Science and Systems Engineering at UCLLecture Theatre G22, Ground Floor, Pearson Building

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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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