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Student Recruitment and Admissions Office The University of Liverpool L69 7ZX T: +44 (0)151 794 5832 E: openday@liv.ac.uk www.liv.ac.uk/openday

Undergraduate

Friday 24 June 2011 Saturday 25 June 2011 Saturday 1 October 2011 Campus open from 09.30

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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 day. 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. When you arrive on the day, please make your way to the Registration Point on University Square (Central Campus, Brownlow Hill – please refer to the Campus Map on page 27 in this guide).

Welcome 01

If you have already pre-registered on-line please bring your letter with you and tear off the registration slip and deposit in the boxes provided. Alternatively you can 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 10–22). Throughout the day our current students will be on hand to assist with directions and to offer first-hand advice based on their experience of life at Liverpool.

Contents Welcome 01 Open Day Planner 03 Presentations 04 Tours 05 Central Exhibition 06 Drop-in 06 Index 08 Departments 10 How to find us 23 Places to eat 24 Making the most of your visit 25 Campus map 27 City map 30 Whatever you decide to do first, make sure you’ve 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.

I enjoyed the friendly atmosphere, complete with the opportunity to talk to current students and staff and the chance to immerse myself in the pleasant surroundings, as this isn’t something you can get from simply looking in the prospectus or at the University’s website.

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 Accommodation Student Experience/Sport Liverpool Student Finance and Funding Financial support available to Allied Health and Nursing Professions

No No No No

09.30–15.00

Drop-in

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

No

09.30–15.00

Central Exhibition

Key information on our Programmes, Support Services and facilities

No

No

10.30–15.00

Campus Tours

Tours of the University’s campus

No

From 09.00 Onwards (see individual Department Entry).

Visits to Academic Departments

Academic departments are open for you to meet our current staff and students

Tickets ONLY required to visit: Engineering (see page 14) Medicine (see page 17) Veterinary Science (see page 22) Dentistry (see page 12) Diagnostic Radiography (see page 12) Physiotherapy (see page 20)

10.00–15.00

Visits to the offcampus 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

OPEN DAY VISITOR OCTOBER 2010

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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.


Open Day Planner

Presentations

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 of the activities you’re interested in as some activities close earlier than others – we wouldn’t want you to miss anything!

A series of talks on many aspects of life and study at the University of Liverpool. Please note that spaces for these talks are limited and therefore places will be available on a first come first served basis.

UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL Time 09.00 09.30 10.00

Event

Location

Time: 09.30 and 13.00 Duration: approximately 20 mins Location: Lecture Theatre 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, North Campus An overview of the University of Liverpool, highlighting our academic achievements and support facilities.

STUDENT FINANCE AND FUNDING 10.30 11.00

Time: 12.00 and 14.00 Duration: 30 mins Location: Stanley Theatre, Guild of Students, Building No. 501, Central Campus

STUDENT EXPERIENCE/SPORT LIVERPOOL Times: 11.00 and 13.00 Duration: 30 mins Location: The Stanley Theatre, Guild of Students, Building No. 501, Central Campus 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.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND NURSING STUDENTS Time: 09.30 Duration: 40 mins Location: Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building, Building No 301, North Campus

11.30 12.00 12.30 13.00 13.30

An overview of the financial arrangements for Entry 2012.

ACCOMMODATION Time: 10.15, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00 Duration: Approximately 20 mins Location: Victoria Gallery & Museum, Jack Leggate Lecture Theatre, Building No. 421, North Campus

14.00 14.30

What accommodation is available at the University of Liverpool, how do you apply and how much does it cost?

15.00 15.30

04

03

16.00

This talk is provided by the Financial Support Team at the University and will outline the financial support available to allied health professions and nursing students. (Students studying medicine and dentistry should visit the Financial Support Team information stand in the central exhibition for details on funding).


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, South Campus) Duration: approximately 1 hour 30 minutes (Including journey time) Tickets NOT required

TOURS OF UNIVERSITY CAMPUS Time: 10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 14.00, 14.30 and 15.00 Location: Campus Tour Stand, Courtyard, Guild of Students (Building No. 501, Central Campus) Duration: approximately 45 mins 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

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.

The Dining Room at Greenbank will be open between 10.30–14.30 for drink refreshments.

SPORT LIVERPOOL

COACH TOURS OF LIVERPOOL CITY CENTRE Time: 11.00–14.30 (Coaches leave every 30 mins, the last coach leaves at 14.30) Departing Outside Electrical Engineering on Brownlow Hill (Building No. 235, North Campus). Duration: approximately 45 mins Tickets NOT required

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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.

Time: every 30 mins from 11.00 to 14.30 Duration of tour: 15 mins Location: Sports Centre (Building No. 511, Central Campus) 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

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 General Enquiries and Admissions Accommodation Office Student Support Sport Liverpool Careers and Employability Service

CENTRAL EXHIBITION Time: 09.30–15.00 Location: Mountford Hall, Guild of Students (Building No. 501, Central Campus)

Drop-in LIBRARY AND COMPUTING FACILITIES Time: 10.00–16.00 Location: Harold Cohen Library (Building No. 431, North Campus) and Sydney Jones Library (Building No. 433, South Campus) The University has two main libraries which are accessible 24 hours a day Monday to Friday. The libraries hold over 2 million printed volumes and provide access to a further 520,000 electronic books and 40,000 electronic journals. The libraries provide 1,800 study spaces and access to approximately 700 PCs. In total there are over 1,400 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, computeraided 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, Central Campus) www.liv.ac.uk/international/countries/uk_team 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.

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Tours


MATURE STUDENTS Time: 09.30–15.00 Location: Central Exhibition (Building No. 501, Central Campus) www.liv.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/adult/

Listen – The ultimate aim of what LGoS does is to ensure that we can get more of what you like, and improve the things that you don’t like. LGoS does this by talking to students and understanding the student experience.

Index A

A mature students’ adviser will be available at the Information Point to answer any questions you may have about life and study in Liverpool.

STUDENT SUPPORT Time: 09.30–15.00 Location: Central Exhibition (Building No. 501, Central Campus) www.liv.ac.uk/studentsupport/ Advisers from our Student Support Services will be available to provide information about general welfare and practical living support at the University. Specialist advisers from our Disability and Financial Support Teams will also be available to give individual specialist advice. Please do speak to any of the team if you have concerns or support needs.

LIVERPOOL GUILD OF STUDENTS (LGoS) Time: 09.30–17.00 Location: Guild of Students (Building No. 501, Central Campus) www.lgos.org 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 charity that supports your life as a student. LGoS’ mission is listen, lobby, lead.

Lobby – LGoS takes your ideas and our concerns and improves your experience. They do this by talking to the University on your behalf and alongside you. This happens in departments and at the highest level of the University. Lead – The Guild is democratic and studentled in that it elects a President, Deputy and VicePresidents each year. LGoS also elects a council as well as student reps in all departments and halls committees, so there are opportunities for everyone to take a lead. Something else the Guild provides are events and activities which bring students together; helping you settle in and representing your views to the University to ensure that you get the best experience possible. The Guild aims to make you happy and have more fun. Helping you settle in – The Guild helps you solve any problems by offering advice at the start and throughout your time at Liverpool. LGoS can give you advice and direction on anything to do with induction and getting going. Bringing students together – Unless you win the lottery, you’ll never get another chance to do so many things. There’s pretty much everything you can imagine and some things you wouldn’t even think of! The Guild does this through supporting student societies and volunteering, and putting on gigs and events – particularly during Welcome Week. The Guild is the central meeting point on campus and it’s a hive of activity as students make the most of their time, sharing their activities, developing their interests and skills and having fun.

E

Accounting see Management School

16

see Ecology

Aerospace Engineering see Engineering

13 13

14 Economics see Management School

American Studies see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

12 10

Egyptology Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering English

10 10 10

F

Anatomy and Human Biology see also Biomedical Sciences

Ancient History see Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History

Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History Architecture

16 10 13 14 14

Film Studies see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

12

B French Biological Sciences Biomedical Sciences Bioveterinary Science see Veterinary Science

10 10

see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

Genetics

16

Geography Geology

Chemistry Civic Design Civil Engineering

11 11

Geophysics

see Engineering

14 10 11 11 12

see Biological Sciences

Business Studies see Management School

C

see Earth and Ocean Sciences

Classics and Ancient History Combined Honours Communication and Media Computer Science Criminology see Sociology and Social Policy

Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

see Earth and Ocean Sciences

see also Health Sciences

see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

Health Sciences Hispanic Studies see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

History 21 12

12 14 12, 14

Digital Signal Processing

08

see Electrical Engineering and Electronics

13 13

13

12

H 14 12 15

I Irish Studies Italian

see Engineering

10 14

German

D Dental Sciences Design and Technology

12

G 22

Diagnostic Radiography

Drop-in 07

Earth and Ocean Sciences Ecology and Environment

see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

16 12


L

P

Latin American and Comparative American Studies

Pharmacology

see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

Law Life Sciences see Biological Sciences see Biomedical Sciences

Departments

see also Biomedical Sciences

12 16

19 19 19

Philosophy Physics Physiology see also Biomedical Sciences

19

10 Physiotherapy see also Health Sciences

M

20, 14

Planning Management School Marketing see Management School

16 see Civic Design

16

11 20

Politics Product Design

Marine Biology see Ecology

see Engineering

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.

14 20

13 Psychology

Materials Engineering see Engineering

Mathematical Sciences Mechanical Engineering see Engineering

14 17

R Radiotherapy

Department

see also Health Sciences

14 Robotic Systems see Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Medical Electronics and Instrumentation see Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Medicine Modern Languages see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

Music

13 17 12 17

13

Sociology and Social Policy Spanish see Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

21

Veterinary Science

22

Nursing 18, 14

Z Zoology see Biological Sciences

10

Occupational Therapy see also Health Sciences

Location

Seminar Room 1, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

Information desk for advice on applying 10.30–13.30 to the BSc (Hons) Anatomy and Human Biology www.liv.ac.uk/hacb

Seminar Room 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

ARCHAEOLOGY, CLASSICS AND EGYPTOLOGY Meet with staff and current students for 10.00–14.00 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 & 14 Abercromby Square, Building No. 146, (South Campus)

12

N

O

ANATOMY AND HUMAN BIOLOGY Lecture: ‘Studying Anatomy at Liverpool’ 11.10, 12.10 and 13.10 (10 mins Dr Y Allen. talk followed by 5 mins Q&A)

S

V see also Health Sciences

Time

21, 14

18, 14

Fifteen minute drop-in lectures on Archaeology, Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology will be held at regular intervals throughout the day. Further information about the School and its excellent teaching facilities and resources can be found at www.liv.ac.uk/sace

Ocean Sciences see Earth and Ocean Sciences

ARCHITECTURE Welcome desk and tour of the facilities.

13

10.00–15.00

Oceans, Climate and Physical Geography see Earth and Ocean Sciences

13 Welcome Talk and open ‘Question and Answer’ session with staff and students. www.liv.ac.uk/lsa

Oceanography see Earth and Ocean Sciences

13

Orthoptics see also Health Sciences

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Information on programmes, careers and admissions. Demonstrations and hands-on activities.

18, 14

Professor Alan McCarthy – ‘Studying for a degree in the Biological Sciences at Liverpool’

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BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Please see individual listings for: BSc (Hons) Pharmacology BSc (Hons) Physiology BSc (Hons) Anatomy and Human Biology www.liv.ac.uk/biomedsci

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Index 09

School of Architecture, Building No. 149, (Central Campus)

13.00 (duration 30 mins)

10.00–14.30

The Life Sciences Building, Building No. 215, (North Campus)

10.30 and 12.00 (duration 30 mins)

Lecture Theatre 3, Life Sciences Building, Building No. 215, (North Campus)


Department

Time

Location

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

11.15 (duration 45 mins)

Muspratt Lecture Theatre, Chemistry Dept, Building No. 213, (Central Campus)

Guided tours of Department.

10.00–13.00

Foyer, Donnan Laboratories, Chemistry Dept, Building No. 213, (Central Campus)

Informal discussions and advice on admissions.

10.00–15.00

Foyer, Donnan Laboratories, Chemistry Dept, Building No. 213, (Central Campus)

CIVIC DESIGN – TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING Talk will be given as follows: 11.00 and 12.00 (duration Planning: A Career? 30 mins) Civic Design Exhibition and the opportunity to ask staff and students any questions you have about the Department and the courses that we offer.

10.00–14.00

Lecture Theatre 1, Gordon Stephenson Building, Building No. 109, (South Campus) Studio, Ground Floor, Civic Design, Building No. 109, (South Campus)

COMBINED HONOURS – BA and BSc programmes (L000, Y001 and BCG0) Information desk for informal 10.00–15.30 Rendall Building Foyer, discussions and advice on any Building No. 432, (South Campus) 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 “5 good reasons to do a Combined Honours degree”. COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA Dr Julia Hallam, Head of Department, talks about Communication and Media at Liverpool, followed by a question and answer session. Drop-in and information centre: Staff and students will be available throughout the day to answer questions and give advice.

13.00 and 14.00 (duration 30 mins)

12.00 and 13.30 (duration 30 mins)

10.00–15.00

Lecture Theatre 7, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (South Campus)

Lecture Theatre 5, Rendall Building, Building No. 432 (South Campus) Seminar Room G.15, Rendall Building, Building No. 432 (South Campus)

Department

Time

Location

COMPUTER SCIENCE See cutting edge computing – view the facilities.

09.30–15.00

Computer Science, Building No. 422, (North Campus)

Presentation: ‘Computer Science at Liverpool’.

11.00–11.40 and 14.00–14.40

Ashton Building Lecture Theatre, Computer Science, Building No. 422, (North Campus)

Presentation: ‘Computer Science in Liverpool: a student’s perspective’.

12.00–12.30

Ashton Building Lecture Theatre, Computer Science, Building No. 422, (North Campus)

Get informal advice on our degree programmes and talk to staff members and current students.

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. You can also have a tour of our building and its facilities.

Ground Floor, Cypress Building, Building No. 108, (South Campus) Tours depart from foyer

Please come to hear some of our talks throughout the day, which introduce you to studying French, German, Hispanic Studies, Italian, European Film Studies and Latin American Studies at Liverpool. You can also learn about the year abroad, careers for modern language students, and our joint degrees with other subjects including Business Studies. We will publish the list of talks on our website before each Open Day, and you can also pick up a programme on the day. www.liv.ac.uk/soclas

Ground Floor, Cypress Building, Building No. 108, (South Campus)

DENTISTRY Staff will be on hand to give advice and answer your questions.

Tickets required Seminar Room 2, Dental School, Building No.322, (North Campus)

Lecture on ‘Applying for Dentistry’.

09.30–15.00 10.00–10.40, 11.00–11.40, 12.00–12.40, 13.00–13.40

Upper Lecture Theatre, Dental School, Building No. 322, (North Campus)

NB. 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.

Departments 11/12

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 Opportunity to meet Admissions Tutor and current students to talk about a career in Diagnostic Radiography and to obtain relevant information. Keep up-to-date with what’s happening on Open Day by following our live twitter and facebook news feeds: www.twitter.com/livopenday

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Presentation – ‘Training to be a Diagnostic Radiographer at the University of Liverpool’ given by the Admissions Tutor.

09.30–15.00

Room BG11, Block B, Waterhouse Building, Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover Street)

11.15–12.00

Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building. Building No. 301, (North Campus)


Department

Time

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHY continued... 09.30–15.00 The Medical Imaging suite and lab will be available to visit between 09.30 and 15.00 (but not during the presentation). Visits will be by ticket only. Please see webpage for further details and how to book. www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences/open-day.htm

Location

Johnston Building, Building No. 304, (North Campus)

Department

Time

ENGINEERING – AEROSPACE, CIVIL, MATERIALS, MECHANICAL AND GENERAL ENGINEERING Tickets required for presentations and tours. Available on the day only from the Harrison Hughes Building. Information desk for general advice and tickets.

09.30–14.30

Harrison Hughes Building, Foyer, Building No. 238, (North Campus)

‘Engineering at Liverpool’ presentation and guided tour.

10.45–12.45 or 12.00–14.00

Harrison Hughes Building, Foyer, Building No. 238, (North Campus)

Guided Tour only.

14.00–15.00

Harrison Hughes Building, Foyer, Building No. 238, (North Campus)

Please see “Health Sciences’’ entry for information about additional events relevant to anyone considering a degree in Health Sciences. EARTH AND OCEAN SCIENCES Three mini-lectures: What is Geology?

Due to the large numbers of visitors expected, tickets are allocated on a strictly first come, first served basis. Tickets are limited and are expected to go quickly. Only one guest ticket (presentation only) can be allocated with each student ticket. 10.30 and 12.30 (duration 30 mins)

Jane Herdman Lecture Theatre, Building No. 201, (North Campus)

What is Geophysics?

11.00 and 13.00 (duration 30 mins)

Jane Herdman Lecture Theatre, Building No. 201, (North Campus)

What is Ocean Science?

11.30 and 13.30 (duration 30 mins)

Nicholson Lecture Theatre, Building No. 203, (North Campus)

Staff will be on hand in the Library 10.00–15.00 of the Jane Herdman Building to answer any questions you have about the Department and the courses that we offer. ECOLOGY Two mini-lectures: What is Marine Biology?

Library, Jane Herdman Building, Building No. 201, (North Campus)

11.00 and 13.00 (duration 20 mins)

Nicholson Lecture Theatre, Building No. 203, (North Campus)

What is Ecology and Environment?

12.00 and 14.00 (duration 20 mins)

Nicholson Lecture Theatre, Building No. 203, (North Campus)

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

10.00–15.00

Library, Jane Herdman Building, Building No. 201, (North Campus)

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS Presentation on Liverpool degree 12.00–12.45 courses, careers and research in Electrical Engineering and Electronics. Guided Tours of the Department.

Departments 13/14

Informal discussions and advice on admissions.

Location

10.45, 12.45 and 14.00

09.30–14.30

Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Foyer, Building No. 235, (North Campus) Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Foyer, Building No. 235, (North Campus) Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Foyer, Building No. 235, (North Campus)

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ENGLISH Information will be available on English 10.00–14.00 study and staff will be on hand to answer questions or give advice about programmes. There is also the opportunity to chat with current students about life in the School of English. Professor Paul Baines, Head of School, will give an informal talk.

The Nellist Room, 114/116, 1st Floor, Cypress Building, Building No. 108, (South Campus)

14.15–15.00

Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, Ground Floor, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106 (South Campus)

GEOGRAPHY Talks will be given as follows: Geography at Liverpool: an overview of the programme.

10.00 and 13.00 (duration 15 mins)

Lecture Theatre 6, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (South Campus)

Mini lecture on a contemporary theme in Human Geography.

10.15 and 13.15 (duration 30 mins)

Lecture Theatre 6, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (South Campus)

Mini lecture on a contemporary theme in Physical Geography.

10.45 and 13.45 (duration 30 mins)

Lecture Theatre 6, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (South Campus)

Staff and students will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the Department and the courses that we offer.

10.00–15.00

Geographical Information Centre, 6th Floor, Roxby Building, Building No. 107, (South Campus)

HEALTH SCIENCES Admissions Tutors and students from 09.30–15.00 Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Orthoptics, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy will be available to answer individual questions. Foundations to Health Studies (Year 0) 09.30–15.00 programme – information will be available and staff will answer any questions in relation to the Year 0 programme. This is a unique opportunity to study on a one-year programme specifically designed for progression, on successful completion, to the Allied Health Professions and Nursing undergraduate programmes.

Block B, Ground Floor, Waterhouse Building, Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover Street) G22, Block B, Waterhouse Building, Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover Street)


Department HEALTH SCIENCES continued... Presentation Financial support for Allied Health and Nursing professions. This talk is provided by the Financial Support Team at the University and will outline the financial support available to health sciences students.

Time

09.30–10.10

Presentation Make your UCAS application 12.00–12.20 ‘the best’ – the definitive guide to completing the UCAS form. This talk will discuss what makes a successful UCAS application to Health Sciences undergraduate programmes at the University of Liverpool. There will be a rolling DVD presentation 09.30–15.00 entitled “Health Sciences at the University of Liverpool, courses and careers” which gives information about Diagnostic Radiography, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Orthoptics, Physiotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Departments 15/16

HISTORY Please drop-in at any time during the day to talk to our staff and students about studying History at Liverpool. We will run a programme of short talks during the day. Find out about studying History as a Single Honours subject or as part of our Joint and Combined degrees. Also hear about our first year modules; the research projects done by our final year students; and the careers our graduates pursue. We will publish the list of talks on our website before each Open Day and you can also pick up a programme on the day. www.liv.ac.uk/history

10.00–15.00

Location

Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (North Campus)

Thompson Yates Lecture Theatre, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (North Campus)

Room 119, Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (North Campus)

9 Abercromby Square, Building No. 144, (South Campus)

Department

Time

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.

Location

1 Abercromby Square, Building No. 141, (South Campus)

Find out more about our Single Honours 12.00 (duration 30mins) Irish Studies degree and our Joint 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 Staff and students will be available throughout the day to chat to you and to answer any queries you may have about studying Law at the University of Liverpool.

10.00–14.30

Law Talk 11.00, 12.30 and 14.00 ‘Law at Liverpool’ A Presentation on (duration 30 mins) admission to and studying Law at the University of Liverpool, covering all aspects of our undergraduate programme. MANAGEMENT SCHOOL (ULMS) Find out more about our degree 10.00–15.30 programmes, extra-curricular activities and the career opportunities available to our graduates by visiting our exhibition and meeting staff and students informally in the Management School. General presentations about the School 10.30, 11.30, 13.00 and 14.00 and its provision (duration 30 mins).

The Foyer, Liverpool Law School, Building No. 120, (South Campus)

The Moot Room, Liverpool Law School, Building No. 120, (South Campus)

Main foyer, Management School, Building No. 427, (South Campus)

Seminar Room 5, Management School, Building No. 427, (South Campus)

Programme presentations – more detailed talks about the School’s individual programmes: (duration 30 mins)

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Business Studies/Business Studies with a Year in Industry/Marketing/ International Business.

11.45

Lecture Theatre 6, Rendall Building, Building No. 132, (South Campus)

Economics/Business Economics.

11.15

Lecture Theatre 2, School of Law, Building No. 120, (South Campus)

Accounting.

12.15

Seminar Room 5, Management School, Building No. 427, (South Campus)


Department

Time

Location

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES Mathematical Science Exhibition.

10.00–14.00

Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No. 206, (Central Campus)

Refreshments and the chance to discuss admissions and careers with members of staff.

10.00–14.00

Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No. 206, (Central Campus)

‘Why study Maths at University?’

10.45 and 12.00 (duration 45 mins)

LT027, Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No.206, (Central Campus)

Fun Maths Roadshow.

10.00–13.00

Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Building No. 206, (Central Campus)

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

10.30–16.00

Foyer, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

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 and 14.30 (duration 60 mins)

Lecture Theatre 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

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 of department; opportunities to meet staff and students.

10.30–14.00

Demonstrations and workshops.

11.30–13.30

Studying Music at Liverpool (Presentation).

14.00–15.00

School of Music, Building No. 104, (South Campus)

School of Music, Building No. 104, (South Campus)

Department NURSING The Admissions Tutor and members of the teaching staff will be available to discuss the Bachelor of Nursing degree in detail, including entry requirements and the theoretical and clinical components of the course. Students will also be available to talk about any aspect of the course including their experiences of their elective overseas placement.

Time

Location

09.30–15.00

Block B, Waterhouse Building Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover street)

Presentation There will be a presentation on the nursing degree programme. For further details including times and location, please see the Health Sciences Open Day webpage www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences/open-day.htm Please see the “Health Sciences” entry for information about additional events relevant to anyone considering a degree in Health Sciences. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Opportunity to meet Admissions Tutor, lecturers and current students to talk about a career in Occupational Therapy and to obtain relevant information.

09.30–15.00

G.12 Block B, Waterhouse Building, Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover street)

Presentation – ‘Occupational Therapy at The University of Liverpool’ given by a member of the occupational therapy teaching team. For further details including times and location, please see webpage www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences/ open-day.htm Case Presentations – an opportunity to hear how occupational therapy changes lives from the perspective of service users and/or students. For further details and location, please see webpage www.liv.ac.uk/ healthsciences/open-day.htm

13.30–15.00

Please see ‘’Health Sciences’’ entry for information about additional events relevant to anyone considering a degree in Health Sciences.

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ORTHOPTICS Opportunity to meet Admissions Tutor, current students and clinical tutors to talk about a career in Orthoptics and obtain relevant information.

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09.30–15.00

G08 Thompson Yates Building, Building No. 301, (North Campus)

Presentation ‘The Science of Seeing’ given by Dr Knox. For further details including times and location, please see webpage www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences/open-day.htm Please see ‘’Health Sciences’’ entry for information about additional events relevant to anyone considering a degree in Health Sciences.


Department PHARMACOLOGY Lecture: ‘Studying Pharmacology at Liverpool’ Dr I G Edwards.

Time

Location

Department

10.50, 11.50 and 12.50 (10 mins talk followed by 5 mins Q&A)

Seminar Room 1, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

PHYSIOTHERAPY Information & Advice ‘drop-in’ Facility: Academic staff, admissions tutors and current students will be available throughout the day to offer advice and to answer your questions.

Information desk for advice 10.30–13.30 Seminar Room 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, on applying to the BSc (Hons) Pharmacology. (North Campus) www.liv.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/pharmacology-bsc-hons/course-overview/ PHILOSOPHY Exhibition: Philosophical Puzzles and Problems. Refreshments provided

11.00–14.45

Seminar Room 3 , Dept of Philosophy, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (South Campus)

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

11.00–11.30 and 14.15–14.45

Seminar Room 1, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (South Campus)

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

13.00 – 13.45

‘What is it really like?’ – Some current 13.45-14.15 Philosophy undergraduates talk frankly and answer your questions about their courses, life as a student in Liverpool and topics of interest. PHYSICS Staff and current students will be available throughout the day for advice and discussions.

10.30–15.30

‘Physics at Liverpool’ – presentation by Admissions Tutors.

11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 (duration 45 mins)

Seminar Room 1, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (South Campus) Seminar Room 1, 7 Abercromby Square, Building No. 143, (South Campus)

Chadwick Laboratory, Building No. 207, (Central Campus)

Please see the “Health Sciences” entry for information about additional events relevant to anyone considering a degree in Health Sciences. POLITICS Head of Department Dr Erika Harris and her colleagues will give a talk on Why study Politics? Politics degrees at Liverpool. Careers with Politics degrees and the admission process.

12.00 and 13.00 (duration 30 mins)

Lecture Theatre 9, Rendall Building, Building No. 432, (South Campus)

11.00–15.00

9 Abercromby Square, Building No. 145 (South Campus)

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

Foyer of the Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (South Campus) Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (South Campus)

Chadwick Laboratory, Building No. 207, (Central Campus)

Sample Lecture.

11.00 and 13.30 (duration 20 mins)

Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (South Campus)

Seminar Room 1, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

Unfortunately individual tours around the school’s experimental laboratories will not be possible due to space limitations and large numbers of visitors. However, these will be available if you choose to attend one of our post application visit days.

‘Particle Physics for Fun’.

12.10 and 14.10 (duration 30 mins)

10.30, 11.30 and 12.30 (10 mins talk followed by 5 mins Q&A)

Departments 19/20

G24, Block B, Waterhouse Building, Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover street)

10.30 and 13.00 (duration 20 mins)

Chadwick Laboratory, Building No. 207, (Central Campus)

Information desk for advice on applying 10.30–13.30 to the BSc (Hons) Physiology. www.liv.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/physiology-bsc-hons

09.30–15.00

Presentation on ‘Psychology at the University of Liverpool’.

Tour of Physics Department with students. 11.30 and 13.30

PHYSIOLOGY Lecture: ‘Studying Physiology at Liverpool’ Dr T L Gleave, Physiology Admissions Tutor

Location

Presentation ‘Application to Graduation’ This is a ticketed event. For further information regarding presentation content, times and how to book, please see the Health Sciences Open Day webpage www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences/open-day.htm

Drop-in for advice and information: Staff and students will be available to answer questions. Chadwick Laboratory, Building No. 207, (Central Campus)

Time

Seminar Room 2, Sherrington Building, Building No. 311, (North Campus)

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Department RADIOTHERAPY Opportunity to meet Admissions Tutor and current students to talk about a career in Radiotherapy and to obtain relevant information.

Time

Location

09.30–15.00

BG08, Block B, Waterhouse Building, Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover street)

Presentation ‘Training to be a Therapy Radiographer at Liverpool’ given by the Admissions Tutor. For further details including times and location, please see webpage www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences/open-day.htm The VERT (Virtual Environment for Radiotherapy) facility will be available to visit between 9.30 and 15.00 (but not during the presentations).

09.30–15.00

Information Desk: Staff and students 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.

Time

VETERINARY SCIENCE Please note that due to the high demand, some activities will start at 09.00. All these locations are based in or depart from the Veterinary Sciences building (no. 242 on the Campus map – Central Campus). With the exception of the Pathology Laboratory (which is on the 1st floor) all venues are located on the ground floor.

Room BG08, Block B, Waterhouse Building Building No. 352, (North Campus) (access via car park Dover street)

Veterinary Science (BVSc) Admissions Talk A talk by the Admissions Tutor on the 5 year clinical programmes (D100 and D101).

The first talk will start at 10.10 and will be repeated throughout the day – please see website for times (duration 40 mins)

Lecture Theatre B School of Veterinary Science, Building No. 242 (Central Campus)

Bioveterinary Science (BSc) Admissions Talk A talk by the Admissions Tutor on the 3 year NON-CLINICAL programme (D900).

The first talk will start at 11.10 and will be repeated throughout the day – please see website for times (duration 40 mins)

Lecture Theatre A School of Veterinary Science, Building No. 242 (Central Campus)

The first tour is at 09.00 and will be repeated throughout the day – please see website for times (duration 3 hours, departs hourly)

Coaches leave from the corner of Brownlow Hill & Peach Street (outside Veterinary Sciences Building), Building No 242, (Central Campus)

11.00 and 13.00 (duration 50 mins)

Hearnshaw Lecture Theatre, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (South Campus)

Leahurst Campus Tour This tour includes a talk on the history of the vet school and our current research facilities and a walkabout of Leahurst site. There will also be the opportunity to meet some of our clinical teaching staff.

10.00–15.00

Main Foyer, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Building No. 106, (South Campus)

Leahurst contains working hospitals and visitors must follow strict bio-security regulations. For this reason we are unable to accommodate visitors to Leahurst other than those booked on the tour coaches. In order to allow as many applicants to visit the Leahurst site we need to restrict the number of guests to the applicant plus one guest only. Tour of Veterinary School Teaching Facilities A tour of the teaching facilities by our students.

The first tour is at 09.00 and will be repeated throughout the day – please see website for times (duration 40 mins, departs every 10 mins)

NON-TICKETED EVENTS Meet the pre-clinical teaching staff Sit and relax with refreshments (available from the Staff Common Room) whilst chatting to our pre-clinical teaching staff about our programmes. Refreshments Tea and coffee will be available from the Staff Common Room.

Departments 21/22

Location

TICKETED EVENTS Numbers are restricted due to high demand and space constraints. You must first register for the University Open Day at www.liv.ac.uk/openday and express an interest in veterinary or bioveterinary science. This process will then provide you with a link to the online booking system.

Please see ‘’Health Sciences’’ entry for information about additional events relevant to anyone considering a degree in Health Sciences. 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.

Department

Interactive Activities Test your knowledge and clinical skills at our interactive stands in the Dissection Room and Pathology Laboratory – open to guests and applicants.

Seminar Room, School of Veterinary Science, Building No. 242, (Central Campus)

Pathology Museum & Student Common Room

Staff Common Room

Pathology Laboratory (1st Floor) & Dissection Room

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Admissions Clinic Our Admissions Team will be available to answer any questions about the admissions process. Please attend the admissions talk before visiting this clinic as most questions will be answered there.

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For further details and to book veterinary-specific events please visit: www.liv.ac.uk/vets/study/open_days

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Committee Meeting Room


How to findus For directions on how to find the main campus by Road, Rail, Coach, Ferry and Air please refer to the University of Liverpool website: www.liv.ac.uk/study/openday/getting-here.htm

CAR PARKING

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Please note that unfortunately there is no Open Day Parking. There are a limited 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 page 30. The nearest NCP car park is Mount Pleasant L3 5SD.

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 numbers in the last column of the table and use the campus map on pages 27-28 to locate the most convenient place for you.

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

Outlet Name

Opening Times

Sydney Jones Library Cafe

09.00–16.00

Serving a wide range of breakfast items, sandwiches, Sydney Jones Library, paninis, filled jacket potatoes, soup and hot (Building No. 433, chicken wraps. Fairtrade teas, coffees, speciality South Campus) coffees and a wide selection of soft drinks are also available. Grab and Go items. Handmade cakes, confectionery, crisps and snacks.

Eleanor Rathbone Cafe

08.30–16.00

Serving a wide range of breakfast items, freshly baked cookies and danish pastries. A delicious salad bar, soup, sandwiches, filled wraps. paninis, ciabattas, “hot daily special”. Grab and Go snack options – Fairtrade teas, coffees and speciality coffees, soft drinks, crisps and confectionery. Delicious handmade cakes.

Eleanor Rathbone Building, (Building No. 106, South Campus)

The Waterhouse 08.30–16.00 Cafe, Victoria Gallery and Museum

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, North Campus)

Catering Kiosks 08.00–15.00 on University Square and Guild Walk

We have a wide range of “out-door” Grab and Go Guild Walk Central food options available Including: Love Joe’s hot Campus,University chicken wraps, Barbecue (breakfast and lunch Square Central Campus options), Street Food, Cold Beverages, Handmade Cakes and Pastries, Fairtrade tea, coffee and speciality coffees available. Other options may also be available.

The Guild Cafe 08.30–16.00

Great choice of Fairtrade teas, coffees and snacks. Breakfast items, paninis, and soft drinks also available.

Guild of Students, Courtyard (Building No. 501, 502, Central Campus)

The Guild Shop 08.30–16.00

Stocks a wide range of sandwiches and snacks, stationary and University branded merchandise, including ranges of Fairtrade and ethically sourced products.

Guild of Students, Courtyard (Building No. 501, 502, Central Campus)

Saro Wiwa

Bar service menu offering a wide range of hot meals, Guild of Students, cooked to order including vegetarian options, salads (Building No. 501, 502, and snacks. Menu contains many items that are Central Campus) locally sourced and Guild grown.

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Places to eat on campus...

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Making themostof your visit

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 CATHEDRAL

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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 among many. www.liverpoolcathedral.org.uk/

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/

LIVERPOOL ONE Time: 09.30–20.00 Liverpool ONE, the largest urban regeneration project in Europe, epitomises the rebirth of Liverpool’s increasingly vibrant city centre. Liverpool ONE is a huge 1.65 million sq ft of shopping and leisure, which includes 160 shops, more than 20 bars and restaurants, a fantastic 14 screen cinema and a 5 acre park. 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 and accommodation, what’s on, restaurants, nightlife, etc. www.visitliverpool.com

E: openday@liv.ac.uk www.liv.ac.uk/openday T: +44 (0)151 794 5832

NATIONAL MUSEUMS LIVERPOOL 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 and the forthcoming Museum of Liverpool. All of our museums are open 10am-5pm every day, with exceptions around Christmas and New Year. www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ourmuseums/

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ROUTE FROM LIME STREET STATION TO UNIVERSITY

104 Music Muspratt Building 232 Nicholson Building 203 No. 5 Bistro 503 Nuclear Magnetic 214 Resonance Centre 208 Oliver Lodge Laboratory Philharmonic Court Halls of Residence 655 Philosophy 143 Physics 207, 208 Politics 107 Popular Music, Institute of 104 Proudman Oceanographic Laboratories 259 Psychology 106 Public Health 302 Rendall Building 432 Royal Liverpool University Hospital (RLUH) 316 Roxby Building 107 Sherrington Building 311 Sir Alistair Pilkington Building 152 Sociology & Social Policy 106 Small Animal Practice 251 Sports & Fitness Centre 511 Student Administration Centre 765 Student Health Service 502, 358 Student Recruitment & Admissions Office 765 Student Services Centre 502 Students’ Union 501, 502 Sydney Jones Library 433 Thompson Yates Building 301 Tropical Medicine, School of 346 Tudor Close Halls of Residence 675 University Lecture Rooms Building (ULRB) 221 Veterinary Science 242 Veterinary Hospital 251 Victoria Building 421 Victoria Gallery & Museum 421 Walker Building 237 Waterhouse Buildings 351, 352, 356, 357 Whelan Building 302

Greenbank Halls of Residence

Engineering – Active Learning Laboratory – Aerospace Engineering – Civil Engineering – Design & Manufacturing – Materials Engineering – Mechanical Engineering 238 English 108 English Language Unit 108 Foresight Centre (Block J) 359 Foundation Building 765 Garstang Museum 147 Geography 107, 148 George Holt Building 231 Gordon Stephenson Building 109 Guild of Students 501, 502 Harrison Hughes Building 238 Harold Cohen Library 431 Hart Building 766 Hartley Building 253 Health Sciences (Waterhouse Building B) 352 History 144 International Recruitment & Relations Team 765 Irish Studies, Institute of 141 Jane Herdman Building 201 Johnston Building 304 Jones Building 303 Latin America Studies 111 Law 120 Liverpool International College 148, 152 Life Sciences Building 215 Liverpool Student Homes 776 Management School (ULMS) 427 Mathematical Sciences 206 Medical School 360 Melville Grove Halls of Residence 679 Mount Pleasant, 126 114 Mount Pleasant, 128 776 Mountford Hall 501 Mulberry Court Halls of Residence 670 Muslim Prayer Room 501

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502 Accommodation Office Alumni & Development Office 765 Archaeology, Classics 146, 147, 253 & Egyptology Architecture 149 144 Archive Studies 422 Ashton Building Bedford House 505 Biological Sciences 215, 216 Biomedical Sciences 312, 313, 315 Blackwell Bookshop 750 Brodie Tower 233 Business Gateway 354 Cancer Research Centre 329 Careers & Employability Service 502 Centre for Lifelong Learning 114 Cedar House 360 Chadwick Tower 207 Chatham Building 425 Chemistry 213 Civic Design 109 Combined Honours 148 Communication & Media 107 Computer Laboratory 224 Computer Science 231, 422 Confucius Institute 114 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) 354 Counselling Service 436 Cultures, Languages & Area Studies (German, French, Italian, Hispanic) 108 Cypress Building 108 Dental Hospital 322 Dental School 322 Derby Building 252 Duncan Building 315 Earth & Ocean Sciences 201, 203 Educational Opportunities 421 Edwards Building 321 Eleanor Rathbone Building 106 Electrical Engineering & Electronics 235, 236 Energy Centre 314

Carnatic Halls of Residence

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University of Liverpool Open Day Guide 2011