Goldsmiths, University of London - Postgraduate Virtual Open Week

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Our Goldsmiths Postgraduate Virtual Open Week is a fantastic way for you to chat with academics from our departments, meet the Graduate School and ask about applying to Goldsmiths. You will be able to attend live chats with lecturers and chat with current students online so you can learn as much about studying at Goldsmiths as possible. Visit our schedule to find out about what virtual scheduled talks are planned and work out which days to attend.
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Mon 23 November 2020 - 12:00 to Fri 27 November 2020 - 18:00

Virtual open days give you the opportunity to speak to academics and have all your questions answered online.

You’ll have the chance to virtually meet the people who will be teaching you throughout the event via talks from different departments. The talks will tell you more about what it’s like to study within a department, provide more information on individual degree programmes, and outline what makes Goldsmiths unique. You’ll also get the opportunity to hear from our student ambassadors to find out about their experiences as a student.

Many of our support teams will be available for you to speak to, from talks from our recruitment team on how to apply, to live sessions with Admissions, Accommodation, Student Support, and Library, helping to cover all your questions.

Once you’ve registered your interest in one of our events, Goldsmiths will send you a link and all of the details to access the virtual Open Day via email.

Monday 23rd November

12–2pm – Anthropology
3–4pm – Confucius Q&A
4–5pm – Graduate School
4–6pm – Educational Studies

Tuesday 24th November

12–2pm – Art
2–4pm – Computing
2–4pm – Politics and International Relations
4–6pm – English and Creative Writing
4–6pm – Theatre and Performance

Wednesday 25th November

12–2pm – Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
12–1pm – Design
2–4pm – History
4–5pm – Returning to study
4–5pm – Media, Communications and Cultural Studies
4–6pm – Institute of Management Studies

Thursday 26th November

12–2pm – Media, Communications and Cultural Studies
2.30–4pm – Media, Communications and Cultural Studies
2.30–4pm – Visual Cultures
4.30–6pm – Music

Friday 27th November

12–2pm – Psychology
2.30–4pm – Sociology
2.30–3.30pm – Admissions Q&A
4.30–6pm – Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies

Contact

events@gold.ac.uk