More webinars from Aberystwyth University

Following my blog article last month about Aberystwyth University’s new Veterinary Science and joint Climate Change degree courses, I’m hearing that the webinars they ran on these topics have been a great success and they’ve added two more.

The last in the original run are:

Thursday 4th June, 1.00pm to 2.00pm: Geography – Sustainability & the future of the planet with Professor Mark Whitehead       

Thursday 11th June, 1.00pm to 2.00pm: Economics – The economics of Climate Change; externalities and policy response with Professor Mike Christie

Thursday 18th June, 11.00am to Midday: English LiteratureEnglish Literature and Climate Change with Dr. Neal Alexander

The two new events (open for booking soon) are:

Tuesday 23rd June at 2.30pm: Global Health with Professor Colin McInnes (Pro Vice Chancellor)

Friday 3rd July at 11.00am (to be confirmed): Physics and Climate Change

All events can be booked at: https://www.channeltalent.co.uk/events/list/

The uni’s Student Recruitment team will also be running a series of interactive webinars aimed at providing Years 11, 12 or 13 with a suite of hints and tips. They will all take place at 2.00pm via the Channel Talent platform including:

Monday 15th June: Webinar 1 (Why study higher education? and Making informed choices of course and university)

Monday 22nd June: Webinar 2 (UCAS process and Writing an effective personal statement)

Monday 29th June: Webinar 3 (Making the most of student life)

Wednesday 8th July: Webinar 4 (Student finance & budgeting)

Again, booking is through https://www.channeltalent.co.uk/events/list/ and the events run by the Student Recruitment team will appear in the event diary over the next few weeks.

Alan Bullock, 3/6/2020

Information once again supplied by my colleague Barrie Clark on behalf of the university

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