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Open Day 8 October 2011 Hull campus


Contents

Your arrival ticket Arrival information | 1 Who will be here? | 2 Talks and tours | 8 Departmental activities | 10 Plan your day | 14 Direction map | 15 Sta House map | 16 Campus map | 18

Make yourself at home, there is no need to book in advance for any of our talks or tours, just turn up. For further information contact: www.hull.ac.uk/opendays 01482 465293 opendays@hull.ac.uk


Your Arrival Ticket Please fill in your details below and hand this in at the Arrival Desk in Staff House: To be completed in CAPITAL LETTERS First name: Surname: Date of birth: Postcode: E-Mail address: Course/subject: We hope you have a fantastic day with us.


✠Please don’t forget to hand me in when you arrive.


Car – please enter by the West entrance on Cottingham Road. If you are using a Sat Nav, the postcode is HU6 7RU. Parking is free of charge and you may use any of the bays, except disabled.* Please allow a 5 minute walk from the car park to the Arrival Desk. Train/Coach – the campus is 10 minutes by taxi from Hull Interchange Station, Bus Service 105 (from stand 20) stops at the University’s main entrance. Humberside Airport – For those flying into the airport, there is a regular bus service to the city centre (www.stagecoachbus.com/timetables).

When you arrive Please make your way to Staff House and hand your arrival ticket in. The desk is open from 9.30 – 3.00.

How do you get here?

Travel and parking

Meals and refreshments Arts Cafe – Larkin/Middleton Hall 9.30–1.00 Derwent Cafe – Derwent 9.30–3.00 Myton Servery – Staff House 8.30–2.30 Quick Bite – Students’ Union 9.00–2.00 (Serving hot sandwiches/coffee) Sanctuary – Students’ Union 9.00–11.00 (Serving hot breakfasts/coffee) 11.00–3.00 (Full menu available) Union shop – Students’ Union 10.00 – 3.00 Wheelhouse Cafe – next to the library 9.00–3.00

Access for disabled visitors Most areas of the University are accessible to disabled visitors. Please contact 01482 465293 or opendays@hull.ac.uk to discuss any special requirements. *Parking bays for disabled visitors are available next to Staff House (grid reference D2 on the map on page 18). 1


Who will be here?

Academic staff from across the following subject areas will be available to offer advice and guidance...

Lindsey Room, Staff House, 10.00 – 3.00 American Studies Archaeology Biological Siences/ Biomedical Sciences Business School Chemistry (including Pharmaceutical Science) Computer Science Drama Education (including Children’s Inter-Professional Studies) Engineering English Film & Media Geography Health & Social Care (Nursing, Midwifery & Operating Department Practice) History Law Modern Languages Music Philosophy Physics Politics and International Studies Psychology Religion Social Sciences (Anthropology, Community and Youth Work Studies, Criminology, Gender Studies, Sociology, Social Policy) Social Work Sport, Health and Exercise Science

Accommodation Where will you live? What are the options? For information visit the Accommodation stand in Staff House.

Admissions What are the entry requirements for the course? What are Admissions Tutors looking for? To find out more visit the 2


Admissions stand in Staff House. Information is for both undergraduate and postgraduate.

Part-time or short courses For information visit the stand in Staff House.

Free Elective Scheme The Free Elective scheme enables students on most undergraduate programmes to study one module per year from outside of their home department. From languages and business to health and the environment, the Free Electives scheme includes a wide range of subjects which will complement your main degree programme. Visit the Free Electives scheme stand in Staff House to find out more.

Careers Come and speak to Careers Advisers in our Careers Service, 3rd floor, Students’ Union. There will also be a stand in Staff House displaying literature.

Language Learning Centre Tour the Language Learning Centre with one of our Language Advisers and find out more about the wide range of resources available to support language learning. Tours: at 11.45 and 1.45, lasting 30 minutes Assemble: Foyer of Ferens Building

Student Services One of the best things about the Hull experience is the outstanding support that both the University and the Students’ Union provide. For more information visit the 3rd floor of the Students’ Union Building from 10.00 – 3.00. Includes advice for mature students.

Money matters For information and advice on tuition fees, loans, grants and all aspects of student finance please visit the stand in Staff House.

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Students’ Union The centre of student activities, the Students’ Union represents and provides services for all students. To find out more about being a student at Hull visit the Students’ Union building, take a look around and chat to Student Officers and members of staff who are available to answer any questions you may have.

Sport And Fitness Centre The Sports Centre facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre incorporating the latest in cardio vascular and resistance equipment and professionally trained staff. You are welcome to tour the facilities at any time during the day. Please ask staff at the Centre’s Reception to show you around.

Yorkshire Coast Community Rail Partnership (YCCRP) Visitors can travel daily to this region on direct trains from: London Kings Cross; Sheffield; Manchester and York, with local connections giving access from Hull to Beverley, Driffield and Bridlington. There are around eight direct trains to/from London and a journey time of under three hours. The region is served by Hull Trains, Northern Rail, First TransPennine Express and East Coast. To find out more, including how to save 1/3 off travel with the Student Railcard, come and visit our reps in Staff House.

East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS) Most Hull students use the bus to get from their accommodation to the University campus and city centre. EYMS, the region’s local bus operator, will be available to offer advice on getting around by bus and information on Semester Cards– the discount student bus pass. Visit them in Staff House.

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Image courtesy of Picture Yourself.

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The Deep The Deep, one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world is located in Hull. This award-winning visitor attraction is home to over 3,500 fish including spectacular sharks and rays – making it the perfect day out. The Deep is also a fantastic evening venue with the superb Two Rivers restaurant. Why not visit their information stand in Staff House for further details on the delights of The Deep.

What’s Hull all about? Hull is one of the UK’s best kept secrets and you can find out why by meeting the city’s ‘Street Team’ ambassadors who will be on campus to tell you why they love Hull. They will help you find out everything you need to know to enjoy the best of what Hull has to offer.

A spare 10 minutes between talks and tours...? View our Art Gallery in Middleton hall, open 9 am – 12 noon. Browse our 7 storey Brynmor Jones Library, open all day. Visit Waterstones bookshop next to the Students’ Union, open 10 am – 4 pm.

The above may be subject to change. 7


Talks and tours

Talks Welcome Time:

9.30 – 10.00 10.15 – 10.45 11.00 – 11.30

Venue:

Middleton Hall

The Application process Time:

10.15 – 10.45 11.00 – 11.30 11.45 – 12.15

Venue:

Leslie Downs Lecture Theatre, Ferens

The talk is about full-time undergraduate entry only, using the UCAS process. Individual advice and information is available at the Admissions stand in Staff House.

Money matters Time:

10.15 – 10.45 11.00 – 11.30 11.45 – 12.15

Venue:

Basil Reckitt Lecture Theatre, Ferens

Individual advice and information is available at the money stand in Staff House.

Careers and Employability Time:

11.00 – 11.20 11.45 – 12.05

Venue:

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Conference Room 1, 1st floor, Staff House


Tours Accommodation Lawns Halls A shuttle service is provided to the Lawns Halls where you can view accommodation and chat to staff and students. Times:

9.30, 10.00, 10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 12.00, 12.30, 1.00, 1.30, 2.00 & 2.30

Duration:

60 minutes approx.

Assemble:

Outside Venn

Visitors are also very welcome to make their own way to the Lawns throughout the day between 10.30 and 4.00. The postcode for your Sat Nav is HU16 5SN, or refer to the map on page 15.

Student House A student house will be open to view between 10.00 – 3.00, located at 52 Cranbrook Avenue (please ring the doorbell).

Campus Tours Tour the campus on foot with our student crew. Times:

9.30, 9.45, 10.00, 10.15, 10.30, 10.45, 11.00, 11.15, 11.30, 11.45, 12.00, 12.15, 12.30, 12.45, 1.00, 1.15, 1.30, 1.45, 2.00, 2.15 & 2.30

Duration:

60 minutes approx.

Assemble:

Outside Venn

City of Hull Coach Tour Time:

11.00, 1.00, 2.00 & 3.00

Duration:

60 minutes approx.

Assemble:

Outside Venn (NB seats are limited)

The 3.00 tour includes a drop off at the Hull train station at approximately 3.45

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Department activities

Subject

Time

Venue

American Studies

12.00 – 1.00

Lecture Theatre 12, Wilberforce

Biological Sciences

1.00 – 2.00

Lecture Theatre 1, Hardy

The talk will be followed by a tour of the department. Biomedical Sciences

1.00 – 2.00

Lecture Theatre 2, Hardy

The talk will be followed by a tour of the department. Business School

1.00 – 2.15

Allam Lecture Theatre, Derwent

The Business School open day programme runs from 12.00 – 3.00 in the Derwent Building with tours of the facilities, a presentation and the opportunity to meet academic staff. Chemistry

11.00 – 12.00 Lecture Theatre A, and 1.30 – 2.30 Chemistry

The talks include some research demonstrations and will be followed by a tour of the department. Computer Science

1.00 – 2.00

Lecture Theatre A, Robert Blackburn

The talk will be followed by an optional tour of the departmental facilities, eg HIVE, our state-of-the-art visualisation centre, and our specialist games PC lab. Drama

11.00 – 12.00 Donald Roy and

Theatre,

1.00 – 2.00

Gulbenkian Centre

The talk will be followed by a tour of the Gulbenkian Centre and associated facilities. Education

11.00 – 12.00

Lecture Theatre 15, Wilberforce

The talk covers undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Engineering

12.00 – 1.00

Lecture Theatre C, Robert Blackburn

The talk will be followed by a tour of the department.

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Subject

Time

English

12.30 – 1.30

Venue Basil Reckitt Lecture Theatre, Ferens

Film and Media

1.30 – 2.30

Lecture Theatre 12, Wilberforce

Geography

12.00 – 1.00

Lecture Theatre

Postgraduate Talk

1.30 – 2.15

Committee Room

2, Wilberforce (044), Cohen Practical activities will be running in the Cohen building from 11.00 – 12.00 and 1.00 – 3.00 Health & Social Care

Nursing:

Lecture Theatre 2

11.00-12.00

Wilberforce

Midwifery:

Lecture Room 14

12.00-1.00

Wilberforce

Operating

Lecture Room 14

Department

Wilberforce

Practice 1.00: – 2.00 Visitors will be able to visit the clinical skills facility as follows. The meeeting point is the Atrium entrance, Leven Building (building 35, grid refrence C3 on the map on page 18) ODP: 11.00-12.00 Nursing: 12.00-1.30* Midwifery: 1.30-2.30 *Nursing visitors – please collect a tour time from the Health and Social Care stand in the Lindsey Room, Staff House. We politely ask that you keep to these times. History

1.30 – 2.30

Lecture Theatre 2, Wilberforce

Law

11.00 – 12.00

Lecture Theatre 1, Wilberforce

Medicine (HYMS)

11.00 – 12.00 Allam Lecture Theatre, Derwent, 11


Subject

Time

Modern Languages

12.45 – 1.45

Venue Leslie Downs Lecture Theatre, Ferens

The talk will be followed by a tour of the language learning facilities. Music

12.00 – 1.00

Recital Room,

1.30 – 2.30

Larkin

After each talk, visitors will be able to tour the music facilities including practice rooms, studios, the Chapel and Middleton Hall. Philosophy

11.00 – 12.00 Lecture Theatre 12, Wilberforce

Physics

12.30 – 2.00

Large Lecture Theatre, Applied Science 3

The talk covers undergraduate and postgraduate arrangements. After the talk visitors will be able to tour the Department and see research demonstrations. Politics and

1.00 – 2.00

International Studies Psychology Religion

Lecture Theatre 1, Wilberforce

1.15 – 2.15 1.00 – 2.00

Middleton Hall Lecture Theatre 29, Wilberforce

Social Sciences

1.45 – 2.45

Basil Reckitt, Lecture Theatre, Ferens

(Anthropology, Community and Youth Work Studies, Criminology, Gender Studies, Sociology and Social Policy). Social Work

1.30 – 2.30

Lecture Theatre 15, Wilberforce

Sport, Health and Exercise Science

11.00- 12.00

Lecture Theatre 1, Hardy

The talk will be followed at 12.00 with a tour of the Sport and Exercise Science labs and related areas. 12


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Plan your day

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Direction map

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Sta House Map 16

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Tranby Room: Accommodation, Money Matters, Part time/Short courses, The Deep, EYMS, Yorkshire Coast Rail.

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Hull Campus map Version: 21/09/09

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Sports & Fitness Centre Students

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Arrival Point and Departmental Exhibition

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