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Discovering the World: Geography
Mon 3 July 2017, 10:30 – 16:00 BST
Royal Holloway, University of London is coming to Manchester! On the 3rd July 2017, we will be holding a 'Discovering the World' event in the Conference Centre at the Museum of Science and Industry. The day aims to provide students with a taste of what it is like to study Geography, Earth Sciences (Geology) or Politics and International Relations at University level.
Students and Teachers who book their free tickets for the Geography strand of the 'Discovering the World' day will have the opportunity to take part in a combination of Geography taster lectures and workshops in break-out rooms. These lectures and workshops will be delivered by academics from Royal Holloway University's Geography Department, one of the UK's top 10 Geography Departments (Guardian 2016).
The topics covered for Geography will include:
Biogeography and ecosystem change
Urban Geographies and the Salford Media City
Global Inequality and the Development Gap
In addition, our Schools Liaison team will be providing two 30 minute information, advice and guidance sessions on:
'Why University?' and 'Life in the South-East as a University of London student'
'Applying through UCAS and writing your personal statement'
Who is the event for?
This event is targeted at students in year 12, as well as gifted and talented year 11 students. Students can attend individually or as part of a school group with a teacher.
Is lunch provided or do I need to bring a packed lunch?
Please be aware that you will need to bring a packed lunch- lunch will not be provided on the day.
Where should I go on the day?
When you arrive, please head to the Museum's Conference Centre. This is located on the 2nd floor in the Great Western Warehouse.
Where can I find out more about the academics I will meet on the day?
How do I get to the Museum of Science and Industry?
More information on getting to the venue is provided on the Museum of Science and Industry's website here.
Who can I contact for more information?
If you need further information (or for assistance with group bookings), please contact Emily Foster, School Liaison Officer for Science, by email Emily.Foster@rhul.ac.uk or by telephone 01784 276275.