UNIVERSITY OPEN DAYS - 23 and 24 June 2017


Across the University there will be a range of activities and talks, including general information sessions, finance talks, campus tours and a student experience exhibition in the Whitworth Hall.

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The best way to get a feel for what we do in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences is to visit us at the University of Manchester Open Day, when we will be opening our doors to prospective applicants and their families and friends.

Throughout the day you can attend a range of talks covering our undergraduate degrees and listen to taster lectures. In the Williamson Building there will be current students and academics present for you to talk to and a range of interactive demonstrations on the ground floor.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to find out about us and what you can expect gain from an undergraduate degree in the School.

Details of scheduled events taking place over the two days can be found at the following link: Open Day



Staff spotlight

Kate Brodie, director of undergraduate earth science and geology courses

Kate Brodie is in charge of all our undergraduate earth science and geology courses.

I am very keen on practical and field work where students get the opportunity to put into practice all that they have learnt in lectures.

Meet Kate and other staff on our Open Day.

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