This event is designed for prospective students considering undertaking research study at Heythrop College, University of London.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE
This event will now take place on Tuesday 17 June 2014
16.30-17.30 – Introduction to Heythrop from the Dean of Research Students
17.30-19.30 – Reception and meeting with current Research Students and Supervisors
Heythrop is a friendly, focused environment in which to conduct research. Its small size (35 research degree supervisors and 40 students across three departments) enables staff to be generous with time and one-to-one support. In this the College is unique in the modern day, and students have expressed particular satisfaction with the standard of supervision. Heythrop is home to the prestigious Heythrop Journal and has on campus some of the finest specialist libraries in Philosophy and Theology in the UK. As Heythrop is an affiliated college of the University of London its students have full access to Senate House Library, and to an extended research community, with regular opportunities to hear and engage with world-famous academics across a variety of colleges in London.
Heythrop College is set in lovely, tranquil surroundings and has a vibrant research community of its own offering a variety of events all year round. A programme of scheduled events for research students is provided, and information about a wealth of other seminars, conferences and workshops is available on our website.
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Heythrop College, University of London
Heythrop College has specialised in Philosophy and Theology since 1614 and has an international reputation for academic excellence as part of University of London.
We offer challenging, thought-provoking and relevant postgraduate degrees across philosophy, theology, religions, ethics and psyhcology.
Heythrop is an inclusive College where you are known as an individual. Heythrop College is located in a quiet square in Kensington, with extensive libraries, teaching facilities and accommodation onsite. Students also have access the a wide range of social, sporting and academic opportunities offered by the central facilities of the University of London in Bloomsbury.