Scarborough Campus | 2012
7 July 2012
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What you need to know | 1 Who will be here? | 2 Talks and tours | 6 Subject talks | 8 Maps | 10 Welcome to the Scarborough Campus of the University of Hull Our Open Day is designed to help you to make the right choices for the future, and especially to discover whether this university is right for you. Please use your visit to speak to our academic and support staff and to get answers to all your questions. We want you to go away with a better understanding of the degree courses that we offer, the ethos of the University and the special campus environment that we have created in Scarborough. On hand throughout the day will be a group of current undergraduates who have volunteered to be Student Ambassadors. You will be able to chat to them about their own experiences and ďŹ nd out about life as a University of Hull student at the Scarborough Campus. We pride ourselves on putting students at the heart of everything that we do, and on providing all the intellectual stimulation and practical support that you need to realise your academic potential. We aim to give you a personalised university experience, and you will be able to enjoy a taste of this at the Open Day.
Make yourself at home. There is no need to book in advance for most of our talks or tours: just turn up.
I look forward to welcoming you to the campus on Saturday. Dr Craig Gaskell Principal of the Scarborough Campus
For further information contact www.hull.ac.uk/opendays 01482 465293
Your Arrival Ticket Please fill in your details below and hand this in at the Arrival Desk at Reception: 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.
âœ Please donâ€™t forget to hand me in when you arrive.
Open from 9.00am till 3.30pm. Please register at reception on arrival where further information about the day will be available.
Refurbishments To ensure the Scarborough Campus is continually updating and providing an exceptional student experience, areas of the Campus will be under refurbishment on the day. Primarily the dining hall will be near completion, therefore will be unable to serve a full range of meals throughout the day. Other food outlets will be available, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Meals and refreshments Meals and refreshments will be available throughout the Campus between 8.30 am and 3.00 pm.
What you need to know
Disabled Visitors Although most areas of the University are accessible some buildings are, unfortunately, not user-friendly for those with restricted mobility. If you or your guests have any speciďŹ c requirements, please phone 01482 465293 before the day.
Travel and parking The University is sign posted by the AA. The post code is YO11 3AZ. There is limited parking available on Campus, therefore we advise visitors to consider using Scarboroughâ€™s Park and Ride schemes on the A64 and A165. A pdf of the service is available at www.scarboroughparkandride.co.uk Alternatively you can use the Holbeck Hill car park which is accessible via Wheatcroft Avenue, directly opposite the Campus entrance. For those who are planning on coming by train there is a taxi rank at the station. Alternatively, visitors can take the number 7 bus from the stop at the top of the pedestrian precinct.
Who will be here?
Academic staff will be available to give advice and guidance and to answer general and speciﬁc enquiries about the degree programmes on offer:
PS1, 10.30 am – 3.00 pm • Business and Management • Coastal Marine Biology • Creative Music Technology • Design for Digital Media • Digital Art • Digital Media Studies • Early Childhood Studies • Ecology • Educational Studies • English Language and Literature • English Literature and Culture • Environmental Science • International Business • PGCE • Popular Music • Primary Teaching (admissions enquiries only) • Theatre and Performance • Tourism Management • Web Design and Development Tutors will also be available to consult about opportunities for postgraduate study across a range of disciplines.
Foundation Degrees Please visit the Centre for Employability and Professional Skills stand for more information on: • Health and Social Care for Adults • Theory and Practice of Counselling • Working with Children and Young People in Education • Working with Children, Young People and Families Please visit the School of Education stand for more information on: • Early Childhood Policy and Practice
Accommodation Find out about the range of accommodation available at the Scarborough campus and in the town, from the on-campus Cayley Hall to University-managed houses and ﬂats and private sector accommodation.
Careers The Careers Service has gained recognition for excellence of service in the public sector and the University is equal 11th in the UK for graduate employability. The Careers Service at the Scarborough campus offers comprehensive information, advice and guidance to all students from the very beginning of their studies to graduation and beyond. Find out about the support provided to help our students reach their goals.
Student Support Find out about the range of specialist services provided by the University including chaplains, disability services, ﬁnance, student counselling services and specialist student support staff.
Students’ Union An important part of student life, the Students’ Union runs a variety of clubs and societies, provides many opportunities for voluntary work and community involvement and arranges social and educational events. A representative will be available to talk about student life and the role of the Students’ Union.
Study Advice Service and Keith Donalsdon Library The Study Advice Service offers a comprehensive programme of one-to-one conﬁdential support and advice to students throughout their university career. Areas in which support is offered include academic writing, essay writing, exam and revision techniques, note-taking, numeracy, referencing work and many more. The Keith Donaldson Library team offers support throughout your time with us, including how to make the most of the Library, visit the team in PS1 for more information.
Free Electives The Free Elective scheme offers students the chance to study a module per year from another department to give them a more ﬂexible approach to learning. Visit the Free Elective stand in PS1 for more information.
The Scarborough Campus
Talks and tours
Talks All talks will last 30 minutes, unless otherwise stated.
About University and the Scarborough Campus Time: Venue:
10.00 Quad 4
Repeated at: and
12.00 in Quad 4 1.30 in WO27
Accommodation: overview of student accommodation in Scarborough Time: 11.30 Venue: C252 Repeated at:
2.00 in C252
Careers: how the Careers Service can add value to your degree Time: 10.30 Venue: W027
Studentsâ€™ Union: the Students perspective Time: 1.00 Venue: Quad 1
UCAS Explained: Time: Venue:
12.45 Quad 4
2.30 in Quad 4
Tours Accommodation Tours A show ﬂat, one of our onsite halls of residence Cayley Halls, will be available to look round with one of our student guides. Times:
Leaves every 20 minutes. First tour starts at 09.20
Duration: 20 minutes Assemble: Outside Cayley Hall, Security Oﬃce
Campus Tours Take a tour of the Campus with one of our student guides. Times:
Leaves every 15 minutes. First tour starts at 09.30
Duration: 30 minutes Assemble: Under the arch opposite Cayley Hall
Town Tours A minibus will leave the Scarborough Campus to give you a feel for the town, guided by one of student guides (places are limited so please book at reception). Times:
11.00; 12.15; 1.30
Duration: 60 minutes Assemble: In front of reception
Off Site Accommodation Tours Take a tour of our ﬁrst year off site accommodation with a member of the accommodation team (places are limited so please book at reception). Times:
10.45; 12.00; 1.15
Duration: 60 minutes Assemble: In front of reception
Scarborough Centre for Environmental and Marine Sciences
1.15 – 3.15
Venue Lab 3
Coastal Marine Biology, Environmental Science and Ecology Creative Music Technology 11.30 – 1.00 TBC including Popular Music repeated at 2.00 – 3.30 TBC (Please check at Reception on arrival for Venue information). These talks include a tour of the music studios. There are limited places, so please book your place on arrival at reception. Digital Media 1.30 – 2.30 IT1 including Design for Digital Media, Digital Media Studies, Digital Arts, Web Design and Development subject talk Try out our Digital Media courses in this interactive lab session: 2.30 – 3.15 Primary Teacher Training
10.00 – 11.00 repeated at 12.30 – 1.30
IT1 C252 C252
Information about Primary Teaching, Post-graduate Teacher Training (PGCE) and Foundation Degree in Early Years. For one–to–one questions, tutors are available in C18 between 11.00 – 12.30. English
10.45 – 11.15
Educational Studies and Early Childhood Studies
11.30 – 12.00
Scarborough Management Centre
10.45 – 11.30
including Business and Management, IT, International Business, and Tourism Management. Also, you will have the opportunity to hear from some work placement students.
Subject Try Business
Time 1.15 – 2.00
This interactive session will give you a feel for how the Scarborough Management Centre is different to other Business departments. Theatre and Performance Studies
11.30 – 12.15
Performance Studio 2
The talk will be followed by the Department’s own programme of activities for the day, including workshops and the opportunity to talk with staff and current Undergraduate students. Also, you will have the opportunity to hear from some work placement students.
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Scarborough campus map
Additional teaching rooms
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Filey Road music studios
98 Filey Road (student residence)
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