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OpenDay Guide SATURDAY 26 JUNE 2010 FRIDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2010 SATURDAY 9 OCTOBER 2010 Campus Open From 09.30am


This is your day, a day to discover what it’s really like at the University of Liverpool – one of the UK’s leading universities. We hope you enjoy your visit. We want this open day to be as useful, informative and enjoyable as possible for you, so we’ve produced this guide to help you plan and get the most out of your visit. Within this guide you’ll find information on what’s going on throughout the day, the presentations and drop-in sessions you can attend, the tours you can go on, details of where to find everything and a handy planning tool to help you to structure your day.

Welcome/ Contents 01

When you arrive, if you have registered please print off and post your acknowledgement into the boxes provided at the registration point on University Square (Grid Ref. D7). If you have not pre-registered please make your way to the registration point located on University Square at the centre of campus to register on the day. Once you have registered with us, you can head either to the Central Exhibition to pick up information or to a department of your choice where there will be the opportunity to attend presentations and meet with staff (see pages 9-21). Throughout the day our current students will be on hand to assist with directions and offer first-hand advice based on their experience of life at Liverpool.

Contents Welcome 01 What’s happening 02 Planner 03 Presentations 04 Support 05 Tours 06 Central Exhibition 07 Drop-in 08 Departments 09 How to find us 22 Places to eat 23 Making the most of your visit 25 City map 27 Campus map 29 Once you are registered, make sure you read through this guide to see what’s going on and use the helpful planner over the page to make sure you get as much out of the day as you can.

The information given out in the course talks was very good. All the staff and students were friendly and helpful. There was a large number of students on campus to direct you. It was a very useful day. Everything you could possibly need to know or want to find out was available. OPEN DAY VISITOR SEPTEMBER 2009


What’s happening throughout the day? Most activities take place on a rolling basis throughout the day and last anywhere between 20 minutes and 1.5 hours. Time

Activity

Information

Tickets Required

09.30 – 15.15

Presentations

University of Liverpool No Accommodation No Student Experience/Sport Liverpool No

10.30 – 15.15

Presentations

Financial support for NHS funded Students Overview of student funding for students who have dependants (not NHS courses)

Yes

No

Yes

From 9.30/10.00

Drop-in

Library and computer facilities, International students, Student support, Liverpool Guild of students

09.30 – 15.00

Central Exhibition

Key information on our Programmes, Support Services and facilities.

No

10.30 – 15.00

Campus Tours

Tours of the University’s campus

No

10.00 – 15.30

Visits to Academic Academic Departments are Departments open for you to meet our current staff and students.

Tickets only required to visit: Engineering (page 13) Medicine (page 16) Veterinary Science (page 21)

Dentistry (page 11) Health Sciences (page 14)

Visits to the off-campus Halls of Residence

Shuttle coach service between campus and the Halls of Residence.

No

11.00 – 14.30

Tours of Liverpool City Centre

Guided coach tours around the City Centre

No

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10.00 – 15.00


Open Day planner We suggest you plan your visit around the timings of the activities in the department(s) you’re most interested in. Please note the start and finish times as some activities close earlier than others – we wouldn’t want you to miss anything!

Time 09.30 10.00 10.30 11.00 11.30 12.00 12.30 13.00 13.30 14.00 14.30 15.00 15.30

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16.00

Event

Location


Presentations A series of talks on many aspects of life and study at the University of Liverpool. UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL Time: 09.30, 10.15, 11.00, 11.45, 12.30 and 13.30 Duration: approximately 30 mins Location: Metropolitan Cathedral Crypt (Brownlow Hill entrance), Grid Ref. C7 An overview of the University of Liverpool, highlighting our academic achievements and support facilities.

ACCOMMODATION Time: 10.15, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00 Duration: approximately 30 mins Location: Victoria Gallery & Museum, Jack Leggate Lecture Theatre, Building No. 421, Grid Ref. D7 What accommodation is available at the University of Liverpool, how do you apply and how much does it cost?

STUDENT EXPERIENCE/ SPORT LIVERPOOL Time: 11.00, 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00 Duration: approximately 30 mins Location: 126 Mount Pleasant, Dept. Continuing Education and Professional Development, Building No. 114, Grid Ref. C4 The Guild of Students will offer an insight into studying and living in Liverpool. An overview of the excellent sports facilities offered by the University, including details of the Sport Liverpool Scholarship Scheme for talented athletes.

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Student Support Spaces for these talks are limited; tickets will be allocated from 9.30am onwards on a first-come first-served basis from the reception desk, ground floor, Student Services Centre (Building No. 502, Grid Ref. D6). FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR NHS FUNDED STUDENTS Location: Ground Floor, Student Services Centre (Building No. 502, Grid Ref. D6) Times: 10.30 and 14.00 Health Sciences students are funded by the NHS. These talks will outline the support available and will also cover any welfare benefit entitlement. Medicine and Dentistry students are also funded by the NHS for part of their course and are welcome to attend these talks.

OVERVIEW OF FUNDING FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE DEPENDANTS (not NHS courses) Location: Ground Floor, Student Services Centre (Building No. 502, Grid Ref. D6) Time: 12.00

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This talk is aimed at students who have dependants and are interested in finding out about additional support that is available through grants/loans and welfare benefits.


Tours VISITS TO THE OFF-CAMPUS HALLS OF RESIDENCE Time: 10.00-15.00 (Coaches leave every 10 mins) Departing from: Oxford Street (rear of Sydney Jones Library) (Building No. 433, Grid Ref. F4) Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes (including journey time) Tickets NOT required Guided coach tours to University Halls of Residence Your chance to talk to students about life at the Halls of Residence Visit a student’s room The Bar Area at Carnatic will be open between 10.30 –14.30 for drink refreshments The Dining Room at Greenbank will be open between 10.30 –14.30 for drink refreshments.

COACH TOURS OF LIVERPOOL CITY CENTRE Time: 11.00-14.30 (Coaches leave every 30 minutes, the last coach leaves at 14.30.) Departing from: Electrical Engineering on Brownlow Hill (Building No. 235, Grid Ref. E7) Duration: 45 minutes Tickets NOT required

TOURS OF UNIVERSITY CAMPUS Time: 10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 14.00, 14.30 and 15.00 Location: Tour Stand, Courtyard, Guild of Students (Building No. 501, Grid Ref. D6) Duration: 45 minutes Tickets NOT required On the tour you will visit the Sports Centre, a central Library, computing facilities and the Guild of Students (Students’ Union). The tour offers you the opportunity to see the main features of our campus and, as all guides are current students, you will have the opportunity to hear a first hand account of the student experience.

SPORT LIVERPOOL Time: Every 30 minutes from 11.00-2.30 Duration of tour: 15 minutes Location: Sports Centre (Building No. 511, Grid Ref. D4) Guided tours of the University’s Sports Centre For further details on facilities ring T: +44 (0)151 794 3307; for membership enquiries call T: +44 (0)151 794 3314; for information about our Sports Scholarship Scheme e-mail us at E: sports@liv.ac.uk or visit www.liv.ac.uk/sports

Offered in conjunction with Mersey Tourism Blue Badge Guides, this coach tour includes the River Mersey, Albert Dock, Pier Head, Liverpool City Centre and many of the city’s famous landmarks.

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Central Exhibition Call in any time between 09.30 and 15.00 to pick up information and talk to staff and University Representatives.

Includes: Central Information Point Faculty enquiries Accommodation Office Student Support Sport Liverpool Careers and Employability Service

CENTRAL EXHIBITION

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Time: 09.30-15.00 Location: Mountford Hall, Guild of Students (Building No. 501, Grid Ref. D6)


Drop-in LIBRARY AND COMPUTING FACILITIES

STUDENT SUPPORT

Time: 10.00-16.00 Location: Harold Cohen Library (Building No. 431, Grid Ref. D8) and Sydney Jones Library (Building No. 433, Grid Ref. F3)

Time: 10.00-16.00 Location: Ground Floor, Student Services Centre (Building No. 502, Grid Ref. D6) and Central Exhibition (Building No. 501, Grid Ref. D6)

www.liv.ac.uk/studentsupport/ The University has two main libraries, which hold over 2 million volumes. These libraries provide space to study and access to approximately 575 PCs. In total there are over 1400 PCs for students on campus; all are networked with access to a wide range of services, such as email and the web, and applications such as word processing, spreadsheet, database, bibliographic, programming languages, computer-aided design and statistical software. If you live in Halls you can connect to the network via the ResNet service. Wireless computing is available in numerous sites both on and off campus, including cafes and bars.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Time: 09.30-15.00 Location: Central Exhibition (Building No. 501, Grid Ref. D6)

www.liv.ac.uk/international/countries/uk_team

The Advisers in Student Support Services are available to provide information to students on disability, welfare and financial issues. The advisers in the Student Services Centre will be able to tell you about the University’s support and welfare services and answer your queries on financial support. Advisers in the Central Exhibition will be able to advise on disability and welfare support. Please do speak to any of the team if you have concerns or support needs.

LIVERPOOL GUILD OF STUDENTS (STUDENTS’ UNION) Time: 09.30-17.00 Location: Guild of Students (Building No. 501, Grid Ref. D6)

www.lgos.org A member of the International Team will be available at the International Section of the Information Point to answer any questions you may have about life and study in Liverpool. You will also find information specifically for international students on issues such as scholarships and fees, accommodation choices, faith requirements and living costs.

MATURE STUDENTS Time: 09.30-15.00 Location: Central Exhibition (Building No. 501, Grid Ref. D6)

www.liv.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/adult/

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A Mature Students’ Adviser will be available at the Information Point to answer any questions you may have about life and study in Liverpool.

Our Students’ Union, Liverpool Guild of Students, supports students through advice, lobbying and a range of extra-curricular activities, as well as being at the heart of student social life. LGoS is a studentled charity and every student at the University of Liverpool is a member. We exist to support and represent the students of the University, as well as ensure that you make the most of your time in Liverpool. Visit the Guild to find out about student representation and how it all works; societies, sports clubs, personal development and volunteering opportunities, as well as events like gigs comedy, theatre and films.


Departments As a prospective undergraduate student, Open Day is about giving you the opportunity to see for yourself what university life has to offer before you apply for admission. Our academic departments are open for you to meet our current staff and students and to help answer any questions you may have about the University of Liverpool. Department

Time

Location

ANATOMY AND HUMAN BIOLOGY Lecture: ‘Studying Anatomy and Human Biology at Liverpool’ Dr Y Allen

11.10, 12.10 and 13.10 (10 min talk followed by 5 min Q&A)

Seminar Room 1, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9)

10.30-13.30

Seminar Room 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9)

Information desk for advice on applying to the BSc (Hons) Anatomy and Human Biology

www.liv.ac.uk/hacb ARCHAEOLOGY, CLASSICS AND EGYPTOLOGY Meet with staff and current 10.00-14.00 students for advice and information on degrees and also visit the School’s Garstang Museum of Archaeology with collections from Egypt, the Near East and Classical Greece.

The School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, 12 and 14 Abercromby Square, Building No. 146, 147, (Grid Ref. E3)

Fifteen minute drop-in lectures on Archaeology, Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology will be held at regular intervals throughout the day. A confirmed schedule of these will be posted on the School’s website, two weeks prior to each Open Day. Further information about the School and its excellent teaching facilities and resources can be found at www.liv.ac.uk/sace 10.00-15.00

Welcome Talk and open ‘Q&A’ session with staff and students.

13.00 (duration 30 minutes)

09/10

ARCHITECTURE Welcome desk and tour of the facilities.

School of Architecture, Building No. 149, (Grid Ref. E4)


Department

Time

Location

10.00-14.30

The Life Sciences Building, Building No. 215, (Grid Ref. F8) Lecture Theatre 3

10.30 & 12.00 (duration 30 mins)

The Life Sciences Building, Building No. 215, (Grid Ref. F8) Lecture Theatre 3

11.15 (duration 45 mins)

Foyer, Donnan Laboratories, Chemistry Dept, Building No. 213, (Grid Ref. G5)

Guided tours of Department.

10.00-13.00 (duration 20 mins)

Foyer, Donnan Laboratories, Chemistry Dept, Building No. 213, (Grid Ref. G5)

Informal discussions and advice on admissions.

10.00-15.00

Foyer, Donnan Laboratories, Chemistry Dept, Building No. 213, (Grid Ref. G5)

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Information on programmes, careers and admissions. Demonstrations and hands-on activities. Professor Alan McCarthy – ‘Studying for a degree in the Biological Sciences at Liverpool’. BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Please see individual listings for: BSc (Hons) Pharmacology BSc (Hons) Physiology BSc (Hons) Anatomy and Human Biology www.liv.ac.uk/biomedsci

CHEMISTRY Presentations on Liverpool degree courses, careers and research in Chemistry.

CIVIC DESIGN – TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING Exhibition plus illustrated presentations 11.00-14.00 at 11.30 and 12.30 (duration 30 mins) on career opportunities in Planning, including a Q&A session with staff and students.

Civic Design, Building No. 109, (Grid Ref. D3)

COMBINED HONOURS – BA and BSc programmes (L000, Y001 and BCG0) Rendall Building Foyer, Information desk, for informal 10.00-15.30 discussions and advice on any Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2) of our three programmes in Combined Honours: BA (Hons) with 2-subject first year – L000 BA (Hons) with 3-subject first year – Y001 BSc (Hons) – BCG0 General presentation about the School and its programmes titled ‘5 good reasons to do a Combined Honours degree’

13.00 & 14.00 (duration 30 mins)

Lecture Theatre 7, Rendall Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

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Department

Time

Location

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA A senior member of academic staff will talk about Communication and Media at Liverpool, followed by a question and answer session.

12.30 & 13.30 (duration 30 mins)

Lecture Theatre 5, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

10.00-15.00

Seminar Room G.15 Rendall Building, Building No. 432 (Grid Ref. D2)

09.30-15.00

Computer Science, Building No. 422, (Grid Ref. D7)

11.00-11.40 & 14.00-14.40

Computer Science, Building No. 422, (Grid Ref. D7)

Drop-in and information centre: Staff and students will be available throughout the day to answer questions and give advice. COMPUTER SCIENCE See cutting-edge computing – view the facilities. Get informal advice on our degree programmes and talk to staff members and current students. Presentation: ‘Computer Science at Liverpool’

CULTURES, LANGUAGES AND AREA STUDIES Staff and students will be available 10.30-14.00 throughout the day to welcome you and answer any questions you may have.

Ground Floor, Cypress Building, Building No. 108, (Grid Ref. E2)

Student tours of the Cypress Building.

10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 12.00, 12.30 & 13.00

Tours depart from foyer

‘Hispanic Studies at Liverpool’

10.30, 11.30 & 12.00

Cypress Building Lecture Room A

‘German at Liverpool’

10.30

Cypress Building Room 209 (2nd Floor)

All talks will last for a duration of 20 mins

‘Going Places? Modern Language Careers’ 11.00

Cypress Building Lecture Room A

‘Latin American Studies at Liverpool’

11.00

Latin American Studies. (Building no. 111, Grid Ref. D2) Board Room

‘The Year Abroad’

10.30, 12.00 & 13.00

Cypress Building Room 401 (4th Floor)

‘French at Liverpool’

11.00, 12.30 & 13.00

Cypress Building Room 209 (2nd Floor)

11/12

Departments

‘Business Studies and a Modern Language’ 12.00

Cypress Building Room 209 (2nd Floor)

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Department

Time

CULTURES, LANGUAGES AND AREA STUDIES (continued) ‘European Film Studies and 12.30 a Modern Language’

Location Cypress Building Lecture Room A

‘Italian at Liverpool’

11.30

Cypress Building Room 209 (2nd Floor)

‘Modern European Languages’

13.30

Cypress Building Lecture Room A

09.30-15.00

Tickets required Seminar Room 2, Dental School Building No. 322, Grid Ref. C10

Further information at: www.liv.ac.uk/

soclas/opendays/opendays.htm DENTISTRY Staff and students will be on hand to give advice and answer your questions. Lecture on ‘Applying for Dentistry’

10.00-10.40 11.00-11.40 12.00-12.40 13.00-13.40

Upper Lecture Theatre, Dental School, Building No. 322, Grid Ref. C10

Tickets are required for the lectures. Once you register for the Open Day, you will receive an email acknowledgement directing you to our e-ticket booking facility. Once booked onto a talk, print out your e-ticket and bring this with you otherwise entry to the talk may be declined. Unfortunately, owing to the number of visitors to Open Days, we regret it is not possible to arrange individual visits to the School’s facilities. Please note candidates who are invited for interview will have the opportunity to visit the School. DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHY The Admissions Tutor and students 09.30-15.00 will be available to answer individual questions. Tickets required for presentation and tours. Tickets can be obtained on a strictly first-come first-served basis from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building from 9.30.

Block B, Ground Floor, Waterhouse Building.

‘Undergraduate Diagnostic Radiography’ presentation by the Admissions Tutor . There will be a brief tour (15 minutes duration) of the Medical Imaging Laboratory and an opportunity to speak to current students.

11.45-12.30

Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre. Building No. 301, (Grid Ref. C8)

Tours of Diagnostic Radiography Medical Imaging Laboratory. Ticket required.

10-11am (4 tours) and 1-2pm (4 tours)

Room B01, Johnston Building. Building No. 304 (Grid Ref. D8)

There will be a rolling DVD presentation entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

09.30-15.00

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse building (access via car park Dover Street).

Please see Health Science entry for additional information


Department

Time

Location

What is Geology?

11.00 & 13.00 (duration 20 mins)

Dept of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Building No. 201, (Grid Ref. B9)

What is Geophysics?

11.20 & 13.20 (duration 20 mins)

Dept of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Building No. 201, (Grid Ref. B9)

What is Ocean Science?

11.40 & 13.40 (duration 20 mins)

Dept of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Building No. 201, (Grid Ref. B9)

EARTH AND OCEAN SCIENCES Three mini-lectures:

Staff will be on hand to answer any 10.00-15.00 questions you have about the Department.

Dept of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Building No. 201, (Grid Ref. B9)

ECOLOGY Staff will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the Department

10.00-15.00

Dept of Earth and Ocean Sciences Building No. 201, (Grid Ref. B9)

13.00 (duration 1 hour)

Dept of Earth and Ocean Sciences Building No. 201, (Grid Ref. B9)

Presentation followed by informal discussion ‘Marine Biology and Ecology and Environment at Liverpool’.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS Presentation on Liverpool degree 12.00-12.45 courses, careers and research in Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Foyer, Building No. 235, (Grid Ref. E7)

Guided Tours of the Department

10.45, 12.45 and 14.00

Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Foyer, Building No. 235, (Grid Ref. E7)

Informal discussions and advice on admissions

09.30-14.30

Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Foyer, Building No. 235, (Grid Ref. E7)

ENGINEERING - AEROSPACE, CIVIL, MATERIALS, MECHANICAL AND GENERAL ENGINEERING Tickets required for presentations and tours. Available on the day only from the Harrison Hughes Building. 09.30-14.30

Harrison Hughes Building, Foyer, Building No. 238, (Grid Ref. C7)

‘Engineering at Liverpool’ presentation and guided tour

10.45-12.45 or 12.00-14.00

Harrison Hughes Building, Foyer, Building No. 238, (Grid Ref. C7)

Subject-specific guided tour only

14.00-15.00

Harrison Hughes Building, Foyer, Building No. 238, (Grid Ref. C7)

13/14

Departments

Information desk for general advice and tickets

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Department

Time

Location

ENGLISH The opportunity to talk with students about 10.00-14.00 life in the School of English. Staff will be on hand to answer questions or give advice about programmes.

The Nellist Room, 1st Floor Cypress Building, Building Building No. 108, (Grid Ref. E2)

Professor Marcus Walsh will give an informal talk.

Lecture Theatre 6, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

14.15-15.00

GEOGRAPHY Staff and students will be on hand to give 10.00-15.00 advice and answer your questions.

Geographical Information Centre, 6th Floor, Roxby Building, Building No. 107, (Grid Ref. E2)

Talks will be given as follows: Geography at Liverpool

10.00-11.00 and 13.00-14.00

26 June - Lecture Theatre 9, 10 Sept & 9 Oct Lecture Theatre 8, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

Mini lecture in Physical Geography

10.00-11.00 and 13.00-14.00

26 June - Lecture Theatre 9, 10 Sept & 9 Oct Lecture Theatre 8, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

Mini lecture in Human Geography

10.00-11.00 and 13.00-14.00

26 June - Lecture Theatre 9, 10 Sept & 9 Oct Lecture Theatre 8, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

HEALTH SCIENCES Admissions Tutors and students from 09.30-1500 Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Orthoptics, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy will be available to answer individual questions.

Block B, Ground Floor, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

See Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Orthoptics, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy for further information regarding individual programmes. Presentations. PLEASE NOTE - Numbers 9.30-15.00 are restricted due to high demand and space constraints. Tickets are required for all presentations. Tickets will be available for the presentations from staff on the Welcome Stand at the entrance to Block B, Ground Floor, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street) from 9.30 on a strictly first-come first-served basis.

Block B, Ground Floor, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30-15.00 entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

Foundation to Health Studies (Year 0) 09.30-15.00 programme - information will be available and staff will answer questions in relation to the Year 0 programme. This is a unique opportunity to study on a programme specifically designed for progression, on successful completion, to the Allied Health Professions and Nursing undergraduate programmes.

Ground floor, Block B, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).


Department

Time

Location

HEALTH SCIENCES (continued) There will be a rolling DVD presentation regarding Foundation to Health Studies (Year 0) programme.

09.30-15.00

Room BG 23 Block B, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

09.30-15.00

Block B, Ground Floor, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street)

Student Support - Information on Student Support whilst studying in the School of Health Sciences.

HISTORY 10.00-15.00 Find out more about our Single Honours degrees in History and Social & Economic History; our Joint Honours degrees with Politics, Modern Languages, English and Irish Studies; and our contribution to Combined Honours programmes. Just drop in during the day and talk with our staff about the courses we offer. Presentation on ‘Studying History at Liverpool’.

13.00 & 13.30 Lecture Theatre 6, Rendall Building, (duration 20 mins) Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

IRISH STUDIES Staff and students will be available 10.00-14.00 throughout the day to welcome you and answer any questions you may have about our courses and life at university. Find out more about our Single Honours 12.00 Irish Studies degree and our Joint (duration 30mins) Honours degrees with English, History and Politics. You are invited to join staff for a short talk on our degree programmes and the Institute followed by the opportunity to ask questions. LAW Law Talk

15/16

Institute of Irish Studies, 1 Abercromby Square, Building No. 141 (Grid Ref. D4) Institute of Irish Studies, Room G04, 1 Abercromby Square, Building No. 141 (Grid Ref. D4)

11.30, 13.00 and 14.30 The Moot Room, Liverpool Law (duration 20mins) School, Building Ref. 120, (Grid Ref. E2)

MANAGEMENT SCHOOL (ULMS) Find out more about our degrees in 10.00-15.30 Economics, Accounting, Business Studies, Marketing and International Business by visiting our exhibition and meeting staff and students informally in the Management School.

Departments

School of History, 9 Abercromby Square, Building No. 144, (Grid Ref. D3)

Main foyer, Management School, Building No. 427 (Grid Ref. F2)

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Department

Time

MANAGEMENT SCHOOL (ULMS) (continued) General presentations about the School 10.30, 11.30, 13.00 and its programmes (duration 30 minutes) and 14.00

Location Seminar room 5, Management School, Building No. 427 (Grid Ref. F2)

Mini-lectures – a chance to experience our teaching first-hand (please note that these are not general programme presentations, but provide a taste of Undergraduate teaching) All talks will last 30 minutes. Degrees in Economics (L100, LN11) – ‘From Marshall Plan to HIPC: Should the G9 increase development aid in Africa?’ (Dr Stephan Pfaffenzeller)

11.15

Lecture theatre 6, Rendall Building, Building No. 432 (Grid Ref. D2)

Degree in Accounting (N400) – ‘Is Accounting getting too exciting?’ (Mr Phil Ormrod)

12.15

Seminar room 5, Management School, Building No. 427 (Grid Ref. F2)

Degrees in Business (N100, N101, N500, N120) – ‘International business strategy: key trends since the 1990s’ (Professor John Wilson)

14.45

Seminar room 5, Management School Building No. 427 (Grid Ref. F2)

10.00-14.00

Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No. 206, (Grid Ref. E6)

Refreshments and the chance to discuss 10.30-13.30 admissions and careers with members of staff

Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No. 206, (Grid Ref. E6)

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES Mathematical Science Exhibition

‘Why study Maths at University?’

10.15 & 11.15 LT027, Dept of Mathematical (duration 45 mins) Sciences, Building No. 206, (Grid Ref. E6)

Fun Maths Roadshow.

10.00-13.00

Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No. 206, (Grid Ref. E6)

MEDICINE Tickets Required (see below) Staff and students will be available 10.00-15.00 throughout the day to welcome you and answer any questions you may have.

Foyer, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9)

Unfortunately, School of Medical Education (faculty) Buildings are unable to accommodate the overwhelming number of visitors interested in our programmes. Due to a large number of applicants, we regret it is not possible to arrange individual visits to the medical facilities. Candidates who are invited for interview will have the opportunity to visit the School (faculty). There will be a lecture on ‘Applying for Medicine’ followed by a question and answer session.

11.00 & 14.00 (duration 60 mins)

Lecture Theatre 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9)

Once you register for the Open Day, you will receive an email acknowledgement directing you to our e-ticket booking facility. Once booked onto a talk, print out your e-ticket and bring this with you, otherwise entry to the talk may be refused. MUSIC Tours with student-guides (including teaching rooms, studio and practice rooms), plus the opportunity to talk informally with staff and students. Main Presentation: ‘Studying Music at Liverpool’ (covering all aspects of our undergraduate programme)

11.00-13.30

School of Music, Building No. 104, (Grid Ref. D3)

14.00-15.00

School of Music, Building No. 104, (Grid Ref. D3)


Department

Time

NURSING A display and an opportunity to talk to 09.30-15.00 Admissions Tutors and students. Staff and students will be available to answer questions about the Bachelor of Nursing degree. This will include details about the academic and clinical experience and opportunities regarding clinical placements.

Location Room BG11, Ground Floor, Block B, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

‘Nursing at Liverpool’ – a short 12.30-13.15 presentation from Admissions Tutor and students outlining key information for prospective students followed by an opportunity for questions at the end. This is a ticket only event. Tickets can be obtained on a strictly first-come first-served basis from 9.30am from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building.

Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (Grid Ref. C8)

There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30-15.00 entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

Please see Health Sciences entry for additional information. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Admissions Tutors will be available to 09.30-1500 answer specific questions on the BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy programme. (See Health Sciences entry for further details) Presentation on Occupational Therapy Education at Liverpool. These are ticket only events. Tickets can be obtained on a first-come first-served basis from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building.

The Waterhouse Building

10.00 & 13.15 Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, (duration 45 mins) Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (Grid Ref. C8)

Room G.02 Johnston Building, Building No. 304, (Grid Ref. D8)

There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30-15.00 entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

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Departments

Activities and opportunity to meet 10.15 & 14.00 staff and students. These are ticket only events. Tickets can be obtained on a first come first served basis from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building.

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Department

Time

Location

ORTHOPTICS Staff and students will be available to answer specific questions on the BSc (Hons) Orthoptics programme.

09.30-15.00

Ground Floor of Block B of the Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street)

A display in the Orthoptics Clinical Skills Laboratory, an opportunity to look round the Clinical Skills lab and participate in some eye tests. This is an opportunity to talk to staff and students about a career in Orthoptics and obtain programme information.

09.30-15.00

Orthoptics Skills Lab, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (Grid Ref. C8)

Presentation – ‘The Science of Seeing’: Seeing isn’t so simple but in this talk we’ll show how science is helping us to understand it. This is a ticket only event. Tickets can be obtained on a strictly first come first served basis from 9.30am from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building.

10.00, 11.30 &13.00 Orthoptics Seminar Room, Ground (duration 45 mins) Floor, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (Grid Ref. C8)

There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30-15.00 entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street).

Please see Health Sciences entry for additional information. PHARMACOLOGY Lecture: ‘Studying Pharmacology at Liverpool’ Dr I G Edwards Information desk for advice on applying to the BSc (Hons) Pharmacology

10.50, 11.50 & 12.50 Seminar Room 1, Sherrington (10 min talk followed Building, Building No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9) by 5 min Q&A) 10.30-13.30

Seminar Room 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9)

14.00 onwards

Seminar Room 1, Dept of Philosophy, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (Grid Ref. D3)

‘What is Philosophy?’ – A short lecture followed by an opportunity for questions at the end.

14.00-14.45

Seminar Room 1, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (Grid Ref. D3)

What is it really like?’ – Some current Philosophy undergraduates talk frankly and answer your questions about their courses, life as a student in Liverpool and other topics of interest.

14.45-15.15

Seminar Room 1, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (Grid Ref. D3)

‘Studying Philosophy at Liverpool’ – A short lecture followed by an opportunity for questions at the end.

15.15-15.45

Seminar Room 1, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (Grid Ref. D3)

www.liv.ac.uk/pharmacology PHILOSOPHY Exhibition: Philosophical Puzzles and Problems. Refreshments.


Department

Time

Location

PHYSICS Staff and current students will be available throughout the day for advice and discussions

10.30-15.30

Chadwick Laboratory, Building No. 207, (Grid Ref. E5)

‘Physics at Liverpool’ – presentation by Admissions Tutors.

11.00, 13.00 &15.00 Chadwick Laboratory, Building (duration 45 mins) No. 207, (Grid Ref. E5)

Tour of Physics Department with students

11.30 and 13.30

‘Particle Physics for Fun’

12.10 and 14.10 Chadwick Laboratory, Building (duration 30 mins) No. 207, (Grid Ref. E5)

PHYSIOLOGY Lecture: ‘Studying Physiology at Liverpool’ Dr T L Gleave Information desk for advice on applying to the BSc (Hons) Physiology

Chadwick Laboratory, Building No. 207, (Grid Ref. E5)

10.30, 11.30 & 12.30 Seminar Room 1, Sherrington (10 min talk followed Building, No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9) by 5 min Q&A) 10.30-13.30

Seminar Room 2, Sherrington Building, No. 311, (Grid Ref. D9)

10.45-11.45

BG24, Ground Floor, Block B, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street)

www.liv.ac.uk/physiology PHYSIOTHERAPY Admissions Tutors will be available to answer questions about the BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy programme.

Presentation – ‘Undergraduate 10.15-11.15 Physiotherapy at the University of & 14.00-15.00 Liverpool – Application to Graduation’, in the Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building. This is a ticket only event. Tickets can be obtained on a strictly first-come first-served basis from 9.30am from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building.

Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (Grid ref. C8)

There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30-15.00 entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse building (access via car park Dover Street)

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Departments

Please see Health Sciences entry for additional information.

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Department

Time

POLITICS Professor Jon Tonge will give a talk on ‘Why study Politics?’ Politics degrees at Liverpool. Careers with Politics degrees and the admission process.

12.00 & 13.00 Lecture Theatre 1, Rendell Building, (duration 30 mins) Building No. 432, (Grid Ref. D2)

Drop in for advice and information: Staff and students will be available to answer questions.

11.00-15.00

PSYCHOLOGY Information desk and displays. Staff and 10.00-15.00 students will be available to welcome you and answer your questions.

Location

Room 2.06, 2nd Floor, Roxby Building, Building No. 107, (Grid Ref. E2)

Foyer of the Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (Grid Ref. D2)

Presentation on ‘Psychology at the University of Liverpool’

10.30 & 13.30 Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, Eleanor (duration 20 mins) Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (Grid Ref. D2)

Sample Lecture

12.30 & 13.00 Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, Eleanor (duration 20 mins) Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (Grid Ref. D2)

Unfortunately, individual tours around the School’s experimental labs will not be possible due to space limitations and large numbers of visitors. RADIOTHERAPY Opportunity to meet Admissions Tutor and current students to talk about a career in Radiotherapy and to obtain programme information.

09.30-15.00

BG08, Block B, Waterhouse Building (access via car park Dover Street)

Presentation – ‘Training to be a Therapy 10.00 & 14.00 BG08, Ground Floor, Block B, Radiographer at Liverpool’ given by the (duration 45 mins) Waterhouse Building (access via Admissions Tutor. This is a ticket only car park Dover Street) event. Tickets can be obtained on a strictly first come first served basis from 9.30am from the Welcome Desk in the Waterhouse Building. The new VERT (Virtual Environment for Radiotherapy) facility will be available to visit between 9.30 and 15.00pm (but not during presentations).

09.30 & 15.00

There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30-15.00 entitled ‘Using your Science as a Career’ which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Orthoptics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Room BG08, Waterhouse Building

Room BG 23 Block B Waterhouse building (access via car park Dover Street)

Please see Health Sciences entry for additional information. SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY Presentation on ‘Studying Sociology, Criminology and Social Policy’. This presentation covers what you can expect from studying the degree programmes and subject pathways we offer in the School. The presentation will take 50 minutes with a chance for you to ask questions.

11.00 and 13.00 Hearnshaw Lecture Theatre, Eleanor (duration 50 mins) Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (Grid Ref. D2)


Department

Time

SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY (continued) Information Desk: Staff and students 10.00-15.00 will be available to welcome you and give friendly one-to-one advice on all facets of student life in the School, the University and the city. This is a drop-in facility, which you can attend at your convenience.

Location Main Foyer, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (Grid Ref. D2)

VETERINARY SCIENCE

www.liv.ac.uk/vets/study/open_days.htm E: vetsopen@liv.ac.uk Numbers are restricted due to high demand and space constraints. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you register at www.liv.ac.uk/openday and book your tickets in advance. For the same reason, we can only guarantee two advance tickets per prospective applicant for the Faculty and Leahurst tours. Places not filled at the time of departure will be reallocated: prospective applicants will be prioritised. Please enquire at Reception in the Veterinary Faculty Building. (Building No. 242, Grid Ref. F7) The Admissions Sub-Dean for the Faculty of Veterinary Science will give a 30 minute talk on the BVSc programme and admissions, followed by a short Q&A session.

10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 14.15, (same content in all sessions)

Lecture Theatre B, Veterinary Sciences Building, Building No. 242, (Grid Ref. F7)

The Admissions Tutor for the BSc Bioveterinary Science will give a 30 minute talk on the programme – admissions, study and careers – followed by a short Q&A session If you are unable to attend any of the above talks, members of staff will be available in the Faculty building throughout the day to answer questions.

13.15

Lecture Theatre B, Veterinary Sciences Building, Building No. 242, (Grid Ref. F7)

Coach tours to the Leahurst Campus, Neston, Wirral. Duration: approx 2 hours, including 1 hour journey time; this is dependent on traffic conditions. Two advance tickets only per prospective applicant.

10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00 and 15.00

Coaches leave from the corner of Brownlow Hill and Peach Street Veterinary Preclinical Sciences Building, Building No. 242, (Grid Ref. E7)

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Departments

Tours of the Veterinary Faculty Building Every 15 minutes (approx 20 minutes). Two advance tickets from 10.00. Final only per prospective applicant. tour at 15.45

Faculty of Veterinary Science Building Building No. 242, (Grid Ref. F7)

Toilets are located in the basement of the Guild of Students and within departments.

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How to find us DIRECTIONS

PARK AND RIDE OPTIONS:

For directions on how to find the main campus by Road, Rail, Coach, Ferry and Air please refer to the University of Liverpool website:

Liverpool South Parkway Leave your car at Liverpool South Parkway, a new flagship station, and take the train to Liverpool Lime Street (15 mins). It has a park and ride facility for 240 cars, free of charge, as well as integrated transport links to Liverpool John Lennon Airport and the city centre. Please note, no overnight parking is permitted at any time. Parking will be more limited on weekdays.

www.liv.ac.uk/about/visiting Sat Nav L3 5TR

CAR PARKING Please note that unfortunately there is no Open Day parking.There are a number of visitor car parks, offering a small number of spaces; parking on campus is severely restricted. Please see the website for information on which visitor car parks will be available on the open day you will be attending. We advise that visitors use public transport wherever possible – the University campus is a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station and the National Express Coach Station. If arriving by car, we strongly recommend that visitors use City Centre car parks, details of which can be found on the City Map on pages 27-28.

FACILITIES FOR DISABLED VISITORS

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If you have any mobility problems which require special arrangements with regard to tours, car parking, building access etc., for Open Day please contact Wendy or Karen on E: openday@liv.ac.uk or T: +44 (0)151 794 5832.

www.merseyrail.org/stations/stationdetails.html?station_id=28 Hooton railway station This is another station providing a large park-andride facility, parking for 418 cars at a cost of 80p per day. It is situated close to Junction 5 of the M53 motorway and lies on the Wirral Line 15 km (9½ miles) south-west of Liverpool Lime Street on the Merseyrail network. Trains operate every 15 mins to Liverpool Lime Street and the journey takes approximately 30 mins. Please note, no overnight parking is permitted at any time. Parking will be more limited on weekdays.

www.merseyrail.org/stations/stationdetails.html?station_id=35


Places to eat on campus... There are plenty of places to eat and drink during your day at Liverpool. The table below shows details of all the on-campus refreshment establishments, so you can refuel and plan your next activity. Check the building/grid references in the last column of the table and use the campus map on pages 29-30 to locate the most convenient place for you.

Opening Times

Facilities / Services

Location (Map ref/building No.)

Blackwell Bookshop Aardvark Cafe

08.00-17.00

Great fair-trade coffees and teas. Homemade snacks and meals. Nourishing homemade soups. Handmade cakes and puddings. Wide range of salads.

University Precinct, above Blackwells Bookshop (Building No. 750, Grid Ref. E7)

The Piazza Cafe Bar

08.00-17.00

Great fair-trade coffees and teas. Homemade snacks and meals. Nourishing homemade soups. Afternoon tea. Handmade cakes and puddings. Wide range of salads.

Situated within the Visitor Centre at the bottom of main steps to the Metropolitan Cathedral, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool

The Guild Shop

08.30-16.00

Stocks a wide range of sandwiches Guild of Students, Courtyard and snacks, stationary and University- (Building No. 501, 502, branded merchandise, including Grid Ref. D6) ranges of Fairtrade and ethicallysourced products.

Courtyard Cafe

08.00-16.00

Bar service, menu offering a wide range of hot meals, vegetarian options, salads and snacks.

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Name of Outlet

Guild of Students, Courtyard (Building No. 501, 502, Grid Ref. D6)


Name of Outlet

Opening Times

Facilities / Services

Location (Map ref/building No.)

Saro Wiwa

10.00-15.00

Bar service, menu of a variety of burgers, pizza’s, salads and other hot meals and snacks.

Guild of Students, Courtyard (Building No. 501, 502, Grid Ref. D6)

Madison’s Cafe

09.00-15.00 8.30-15.00 during Sept.

Freshly baked baguettes, hot meals and drinks

Sherrington Building (Building No. 311, Grid Ref. D9)

Management 09.00-15.00 Cafe 8.30-15.00 during Sept.

Freshly baked baguettes, hot meals and drinks

Management School, (Building No. 427, Grid Ref. F2)

Eleanor Rathbone Cafe

09.00-16.00

Breakfast items. Hot and cold snacks. Eleanor Rathbone Building, Sandwich and deli bar. Daily specials, (Building No. 106, Grid Ref. D2) as well as a large range of hot and cold beverages.

Sydney Jones 09.00-16.00 Library Cafe

Hot and cold snacks and beverages, Sydney Jones Library, such as various toasted sandwiches. (Building No. 433, Grid Ref. F3) Filled baked potatoes. Pasta pots hot and cold. There will be sandwiches, baguettes, crisps and confectionery. Refreshments, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and a variety of cold drinks.

Modern Languages Cafe

09.00-15.00

Hot and cold snacks and beverages, Cypress Building, (Building No. such as various toasted sandwiches. 108, Grid Ref. E2) Filled baked potatoes. Pasta pots hot and cold .There will be sandwiches, baguettes, crisps and confectionery. Refreshments, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and a variety of cold drinks.

No. 5 Staff House Bar

09.00-16.00

Selection of sandwiches, paninis, hot beverages, cold beverages, cakes and confectionery.

No 5 Staff House, (Building No. 503, Grid Ref. D3)

No. 5 - Bistro

12.00-15.00

Offering a range of freshly prepared main meals and desserts.

No 5 Staff House, (Building No. 503, Grid Ref. D3)

The Waterhouse Cafe, Victoria Gallery and Museum

10.00-16.00

Set in spectacular original Victorian architecture, the cafe serves fresh sandwiches, daily chef-prepared specials and afternoon tea and cakes.

Victoria Gallery and Museum, (Building No. 421, Grid Ref. D7)

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Making the most of your visit Liverpool is a city buzzing with life and creativity, boasting some of the country’s most stunning architecture, is home to two of the most successful football teams in the world and has the finest collection of museums and art galleries outside of the capital. We’ve put together a list of just some of the sights and attractions you can visit – so if you find yourself with time to spare, why not make the most of your day and explore what Liverpool has to offer?

VICTORIA GALLERY AND MUSEUM Time: 10.00-17.00 The Victoria Gallery and Museum showcases the University’s extensive collections of art and museum objects. Housed in the Victoria Building, designed by Alfred Waterhouse, the facility offers permanent displays, temporary exhibitions, education and event programmes, a cafe and shop. Free to enter. www.liv.ac.uk/vgm

LIVERPOOL ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL Time: 08.00-18.00 The Cathedral’s awesome scale and beauty never fails to make a lasting impression – together with, of course, the panoramic view of the city and beyond from the Tower. It lays claim to many records – the UK’s largest Cathedral, the world’s highest and heaviest peal of bells, the world’s highest and widest Gothic arches to name a few.

www.liverpoolcathedral.org.uk/content/Visiting /VisitorInformation.aspx

METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING LIVERPOOL Time: 07.30-18.00 The spirit which the Metropolitan Cathedral enshrines is told in part in its history – the labours of its builders and sponsors, the perseverance of the poor in supporting successive leaders of the community in the fulfilment of their holy ambition; partly in the beauty of the final product produced by the skills of contemporary architects, artists and craftsmen. But most of all that spirit is portrayed in the communities which use the building.

www.liverpoolmetrocathedral.org.uk/content/ home.aspx

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LIVERPOOL ONE Time: 9.30-20.00 Liverpool ONE, the largest urban regeneration project in Europe, epitomises the rebirth of Liverpool’s increasingly vibrant City Centre. It has established the city as one of the country’s leading shopping destinations, with a wealth of shops and restaurants and a 14 screen cinema.

www.liverpool-one.com/website/a-walk-aroundliverpool-one.aspx


VISIT LIVERPOOL

CONTACT US

Liverpool's official tourist information site. Find out what to do in Liverpool, hotels & accommodation, what's on, restaurants, nightlife, etc.

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NATIONAL MUSEUMS LIVERPOOL Time: 10.00-17.00 The venues in the National Museums Liverpool group are: World Museum Liverpool, the Walker Art Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum, the National Conservation Centre, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Sudley House. www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/

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City Map 27/28

ROUTE FROM LIME STREET STATION TO UNIVERSITY


Greenbank Halls of Residence

Carnatic Halls of Residence

Sat Nav

L35TR


29/30 Campus Map & Key


DEPARTMENT

BUILDING NO.

GRID REF.

A

BUILDING NO.

GRID REF.

G

Accommodation Office 502 Aimhigher Directorate 502 Alsop Building 750 Alumni & Development Office 765 Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology 146, 147, 253 Architecture 149 Archive Studies 144 Archives Unit 433 Art & Heritage Collections 421 Ashton Building 422

D6 D6 E7 D7 E3, B8 E4 D3 F3 D7 D7

B Bedford House Biological Sciences Biomedical Sciences Blackwell Bookshop Brodie Tower Brownlow Group Practice Business Gateway

DEPARTMENT

505 215, 216 312, 313, 315 750 233 358 354

D4 F8, G8 D8, E8, D11 E7 C8 C10 C9

Cancer Registry 232 Cancer Research Centre (CRC) 329 Cancer Studies RLUH Careers & Employability Service 502 Central & Eastern European Studies 145 Centre for Excellence in Medical Education 360 Centre for Materials Discovery (CMD) 213 Cedar House 360 Chadwick Tower 207 Chatham Building 425 Chemistry 213 Children’s Centre 507 Civic Design 109 Clinical Chemistry 315 Clinical Engineering 315 Clinical Psychology 302 Clinical Science RLUH Combined Honours 152 Committee Secretariat 765 Community Studies 360 Computer Laboratory 224 Computer Science 231, 422 Computing Services 765 224 Continuing Education & Professional Development 114 Corporate Communications 765 Counselling Service 436 Cypress Building 108

C8 C11 E11 D6 E3

C

D10 G6 D10 E5 F2 G5 G5 D3 D11 D11 C8 E11 D2 D7 D10 F7 D8, D7 D7, F7 C4 D7 C4 E2

D Dental Hospital Dental School Derby Building Donnan & Robinson Laboratory Duncan Building

322 322 252 213 315

C10 C10 B8 G5 D11

Earth & Ocean Sciences 201, 203 Educational Development 776 Educational Opportunities 421 Edwards Building 321 Eleanor Rathbone Building 106 Electrical Engineering & Electronics 235, 236 Engineering (Active Learning Laboratory, Aerospace, Civil, Design & Manufacturing, Materials, Mechanical) 238 English 108 English Language Unit 108 Examinations Office 765

B9 C5 D7 D10 D2

E

E7

C7 E2 E2 D7

F Facilities Management 505 Faculties Support Office (Arts, Engineering, Science, Social & Environmental Studies) 765 Faculty Office (Medicine) 315 Faculty Office (Veterinary Science) 242 Faith Express 765 Fern Grove Veterinary Practice 251 Finance Office 765 Foresight Building 353, 354 Foresight Centre 359 Foundation Building 765 French 108 Friends of the University 765

D4

D7 D11 F7 D7 G7 D7 C9 C10 D7 E2 D7

Garstang Museum Gastroenterology Geography Geomagnetism Laboratory George Holt Building German Gordon Stephenson Building Graduate School Graduate School Suite Graduate into Employment Unit (GIEU) Guild of Students

147 RLUH 107 208 231 108 109 765 221

E3 E11 E2 F4 D8 E2 D3 D7 F6

353 501, 502

C9 D6

315 238 315 431 766 253 301 108 144 312 766

D11 C7 D11 D8 D6 B8 C8 E2 D3 E8 D6

315 213

D11 G5

765 141 108

D7 D4 D2

421 201 304 303

D7 B9 D8 C8

111 120 431 433 114 215 152

D2 E2 D8 F3 C4 F8 D2 B4

I Immunology Innovative Catalysis International Recruitment & Relations Team Irish Studies Italian

J Jack Leggate Theatre Jane Herdman Building Johnston Building Jones Building

L Latin American Studies Law Library, Harold Cohen Library, Sydney Jones Lifelong Learning Life Sciences Building Liverpool International College Liverpool Medical Institution Liverpool Science Park Innovation Centre Liverpool Student Homes

776

B5 C5

M Magnetic Resonance and Image Analysis Research Centre (MARIARC) 310 Mail Room 887 Management School (ULMS) 427 Mathematical Sciences 206 Medical Education 360 Medical Microbiology & Genito-Urinary Medicine 315 Medical Statistics 255 Medicine Faculty Office 315 Melville Grove Halls of Residence 679 Mount Pleasant, 126 114 Mount Pleasant, 128 776 Mountford Hall 501 Mulberry Court Halls of Residence 670 Music 104 Muslim Prayer Room 501 Muspratt Building 232

E9 B9 F2 E6 D10 D11 B8 D11 G3 C4 C5 D6 C5 D3 D6 C8

N Nicholson Building Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Centre for Structural Biology (NMR) No. 5 Bistro Nuffield Wing Nursery Nursing

203

B9

214 503 312 507 302

G8 D3 E8 G5 C8

112 444 304 208 301

G1 C4 D8 F4 C8

O Octagon Occupational Health Physician Occupational Therapy Oliver Lodge Laboratory Orthoptics

BUILDING NO.

GRID REF.

Pathology 315 Pharmacology & Therapeutics 312 Philharmonic Court Halls of Residence 655 Philosophy 143 Physics 207, 208 Physiology 313 Physiotherapy 304 Planning & Development Division 765 Politics & Communication Studies 107 Popular Music 107 Population, Community & Behavioural Science 302 Port & Maritime History 145 Press Office 765 Primary Care 302 Procurement 766 Proudman Oceanographic Laboratories 259 Psychiatry 315 Psychology 106 Psychology, Clinical 302 Public Health 302

D11 E8

P

H Haematology Harrison Hughes Building Harold Cohen Lecture Theatre Harold Cohen Library Hart Building Hartley Building Health Sciences Hispanic Studies History Human Anatomy & Cell Biology Human Resources

DEPARTMENT

C1 D3 E5, F4 E8 D8 D7 E2 E2 C8 E3 D7 C8 D6 B9 E11 D2 C8 C8

R Radiotherapy 301 Reader, The 148 Rendall Building 432 Research & Business Services 354 Research Support, Regional Office 354 Research Finance 354 Research in Primary Science & Technology 114 Residential & Leisure Services 765 Royal Liverpool University Hospital RLUH Roxby Building 107

C8 E4 D2 C9 C9 C9 C4 D7 E11 E2

S Safety Adviser 444 Security 444 Senate Room 423 Shelley's Cottage 255 Sherrington Building 311 Sir Alastair Pilkington Building 152 Sociology & Social Policy 106 School of Cultures, Languages & Area Studies (SOCLAS) 108 Sports & Fitness Centre 511 Stanley Theatre 501 Student Administration & Support 765 Student Administration Centre 765 Student Support Services 502 Student Health Service 502 Student Recruitment & Admissions Office 765 Student Services Centre 502 Students' Union 501, 502 Surface Science Research Centre 210 Surgery & Oncology RLUH SWIMMER (Institute for Sustainable Water, Integrated Management & Ecosystem Research) 203 Sydney Jones Library 433

C4 C4 F3 B8 D9 D2 D2 E2 D4 D6 D7 D7 D6 D5 D7 D6 D6 E4 E11

B9 F3

T TAG Teaching Quality Support Division Thompson Yates Building Training & Development Tropical Medicine, School of Tudor Close Halls of Residence

426 765 301 354 346 675

G1 D7 C8 C9 B10 C4

U University & College Union 444 University Clinical Departments (UCD) 316 University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) 427 University Lecture Rooms Building (ULRB) 221 University Press 115

C4 E11 F2 F6 D3

V Veterinary Science Faculty Office 242 Veterinary Hospital 251 Veterinary Pathology 242 Veterinary Parasitology 251 Veterinary Preclinical Sciences 242, 301 Victoria Building 421 Victoria Gallery & Museum 421

F7 G7 F7 G7 F7, C8 D7 D7

W Walker Building 237 Waterhouse Buildings 351, 352, 356, 357 Wellcome Trust Tropical Centre 355 Whelan Building 302

C7 D9, C9 C9 C8


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