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Westminster Wednesdays online - masterclass for students aged 16

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Westminster Wednesdays - taster sessions for sixth formers

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The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Westminster is relaunching a series of master classes for sixth formers. The talks are delivered by senior academic staff at the University and are designed as interactive sessions to provide a taster of what it feels like to be a university student in liberal arts and sciences.

The events are free to attend and are open to students in Year 12 and 13 or those on a L3 or Access to HE course.

Once you sign up for the event, a link will be sent to you to join on the day.

Westminster Wednesdays schedule:

11 November 2020 - Politics of Danger and International Relations in an Uncertain World - Professor Dibyesh Ananad

25 November 2020 - Gender Stereotypes and Their Impact Through Our Behaviours - Dr Nikos Souvlakis

9 December 2020 - Politics - Dr Catherine Charrett

20 January 2021 - 'LIES!! FAKE NEWS': Language, Power and Trump. - Dr Sylvia Shaw and Dr Heather Pagan

3 February 2021 - Surveillance and Security in the UK - Dr Greg Aasen

17 February 2021 - Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Literature: Texts for the 21st century - Dr Simon Avery, Professor Alex Warwick and Dr Michelle Geric

2 June 2021 - A Reflection on how the pandemic has underlined the ongoing inequality in society - Dr David Khabaz

16 June 2021 - International Relations - Dr Sam Raphael

30 June 2021 - Qualifying as a Legal Executive Lawyer via the non-traditional route - Dr Kate Sutherland

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