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OPEN DAY SATURDAY 18 AUGUST 2018 9.30AM – 3.00PM


A WARM WELCOME TO THE OPEN DAY I am delighted to welcome you to the University of Wolverhampton’s undergraduate Open Day. Today offers the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about our courses, how we can help you pursue your career options and what student life is like at our campuses in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford. As the ‘University of Opportunity’, we strive to give all of our students the best possible student experience. Our biggest ever investment programme is now well underway and aims to generate over £250 million by 2020 to enhance our campuses, laboratories, classrooms, subjects, social spaces and more – all for the benefit of people like you, who are looking to explore their talent and realise their career ambitions in a state-of-the-art learning environment. You may be coming today to enrol, apply or discover what courses have places available through Clearing, following A-level results day earlier this week. Whatever your grades, our academic and admissions teams will help you through the process. Today you can view our excellent facilities, go on tours of our campuses and see where you could be living in student accommodation. Our comprehensive programme of activities, from subject talks to hands-on workshops, gives you a taster of our courses and the chance to ask as many questions as you like.

You can also visit our Campus Life area, where you can chat to students and staff about life on campus, student support and career opportunities. It is a testimony to our students and staff that 96% of our graduates are in employment within six months of graduating.* That could be you in three years’ time. This programme details everything you can experience today, but if you have any questions then don’t hesitate to ask our Open Day team and student helpers – we understand going to university is a huge decision, so we want to make sure you leave us today with the information you need to know. Stay in touch and we can answer any questions that you think of afterwards, too. Enjoy your day at the University of Wolverhampton and thank you for visiting us. We hope to see you again soon!

Professor Geoff Layer Vice-Chancellor

*Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education


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YOUR QUICK GUIDE TO CLEARING Have you just got your grades? Whatever your circumstances, don’t panic – we’re here to help. To get you where you need to go and save time today, please select the quote below which best summarises your situation.

I GOT THE GRADES I WANTED! WHAT NEXT? Congratulations! Are you a current applicant and do you have your grades with you? Looking to start in September 2018? It’s time to enrol. To get your University of Wolverhampton journey started, head over to Admissions in the Alan Turing building at City Campus and the Jerome K Jerome building at Walsall Campus – they’re clearly marked on the map you’ve been handed with this programme. Our friendly, helpful teams will be able to progress your application so everything’s in place before you start. Once you’re done, stay put and get familiar with where you’ll be studying. We can’t wait to see you in September!

MY GRADES WEREN’T WHAT I EXPECTED. WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS? Did your grades not meet the entry requirements? Or did they exceed expectations? Whatever the case, we’re on hand to offer support with your application – no matter what subject you’re looking to study, whether it’s your original choice or a different option through Clearing. We have academics from every Faculty to discuss your options – find out what stand you need to go by turning to pages 38-43. Take a deep breath – it’s all going to be okay.

I WOULD LIKE TO APPLY. WHERE DO I START? Maybe you’ve just got your grades and decided that University may be for you, after all? If you’re considering applying, then we can help you to determine what courses and routes are available to you – whatever career you’re looking for. Speak to our academics for advice and start the ball rolling with your application today. It’s as easy as that!

NONE OF THE ABOVE? WELL, THAT’S FINE TOO! A big warm welcome to all of our Open Day visitors – whether you’re here to find out more about the Clearing process or you just want to learn more about the University and what’s on offer, we can’t wait to meet you. Step into the Open Day and find out more about studying at the University of Wolverhampton.

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PLAN YOUR DAY You have a busy, exciting day ahead of you. With so much on offer, here’s our handy guide to planning your day so you fit everything in.

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Pick up a map Got a question? Look out for our student helpers in blue hoodies – and ask away!

Register

First things first: whichever campus you attend, you’ll need to register. We’ll be ready to greet you in dedicated registration areas – if you’ve pre-booked online, simply show your fast-track entry card and away you go!

Our friendly teams in the Alan Turing building at City Campus and the Jerome K Jerome building at Walsall Campus will help to progress your application so you can spend the rest of the day exploring your new University!

Remember to pick up a map with your programme, so you can get your bearings and find out where you need to go later.

Interested in applying or want to find out if there are places available on a course through Clearing? The first step is to speak one-to-one with academics – all subject areas are represented at different stands in dedicated areas. Flip to pages 38-43 to find out where to find the stand you need to go to.

Are you ready to enrol? If you’re a current applicant and you have your grades, head straight to Admissions.

Fees and finance talk

Looking for an overview of the University? Attend the Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton talk to find out more, including our recent achievements and what it’s like to study here. Our fees and finance talk covers all you need to know about student finance – so, don’t worry if you’re feeling confused, just make sure you come along. Subject talks, tours and workshops are throughout the day – check the programme to find out when and where they are, so you don’t miss out.

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Campus Life

Discover the opportunities to get active and healthy with WLV Sport at the University of Wolverhampton. Chat to the team in Campus Life at City and Go Lounge at Walsall.

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Shuttle bus

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Drop by the Students’ Union (SU)

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Grab a bite to eat

Campus and accommodation tours

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Subject talks, tours and workshops

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Head into Wolverhampton, Walsall or Telford

Book on to campus and accommodation tours for a full lowdown of the student experience, including halls if you’re planning on living here during studies.

help and advice offered by the SU, the range of societies you can join, and the types of activities you can expect as part of a busy social events calendar!

You’ll receive a warm welcome in Campus Life, an area in The Venue at City Campus and The Performance Hub at Walsall Campus, where you can find out more about life on campus and all available student support services.

Need to refuel? Grab a bite to eat or a snack before your next talk – don’t forget to check out our Starbucks at City Campus!

Drop by the Students’ Union (SU) to chat to current students and the team about the different opportunities available, the

If you need to get to another campus, hop on one of our shuttle buses running throughout the day – check times on page 36.

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Get in touch if you’ve missed anything

3pm already?! Your day doesn’t have to end just because the Open Day is over – head into Wolverhampton, Walsall or Telford to explore the cultural and entertainment offering for students at weekends and during study downtime. Missed something? If you get home and realise you forgot to ask that all-important question or missed a talk, don’t worry – pop the date for our next Open Day on your calendar (see back page), visit the website for more info or get in touch with us on: 0800 953 3222.


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UNIVERSITY TALKS AND TOURS There’s no better way to get a general overview of life at the University of Wolverhampton than by attending one of our welcome talks or taking a tour of our campuses and student accommodation. Activity

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Room

Duration

Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton, including introduction to the Students’ Union.

10.00am, 12.00pm

Millennium City Building, MC001

30 mins

Fees and finance talk.

10.30am

MC001

25 mins

City Campus

Your Future – employability and placements (The Workplace)

11.00am, 12.30pm

MC001

15 mins

Discover @WLV Sport and how you can get involved in sport at the University.

11.15am

MC001

15 mins

City Campus – a guided walking tour.

10.45am, 11.15am, 1.00pm, 1.30pm, 2.15pm

Book and depart from the Campus Life area.

45 mins

Student accommodation – a tour of City Campus Halls of Residence.

10.00am, 10.45am, 11.45am, 12.45pm, 1.45pm

Book and depart from the Campus Life area.

45 mins

10.15am

Samuel Johnson Building, WN002

30 mins

Walsall Campus Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton, including introduction to the Students’ Union. Fees and finance talk.

10.45am

WN002

25 mins

Discover @WLV Sport and how you can get involved in sport at the University.

11.30am, 1.30pm

WN002

15 mins

Walsall Campus – a guided walking tour.

9.45am, 11.15am, 12.00pm, 12.45pm, 1.30pm, 2.15pm

Book and depart from Samuel Johnson Building.

30 mins

Student accommodation – a tour of Walsall Student Village and Gorway Halls of Residence.

10.15am, 11.15am, 12.15pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm

Book and depart from the Campus Life area.

45 mins

Welcome to the School of Engineering.

10.00am, 1.00pm

Darby Building, SC029

20 mins

Student accommodation – a tour of Telford Campus Halls of Residence.

10.15am, 11.15am, 12.15pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm

Darby Building Reception area

30 mins

Telford Campus

Talk

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UNIVERSITY OVERVIEW Thinking about studying with us? You’ll be joining a university with a lot to offer you...

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IN STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES**

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£250 TRAVEL FUND FOR NEW STUDENTS

£250M 5 YEAR INVESTMENT

1,000+ ROOMS

WORLD-LEADING RESEARCH^^

SILVER AWARD IN TEACHING EXCELLENCE FRAMEWORK

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MULTI-FAITH CHAPLAINCY

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*Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education **Awarded in 2017/18 (to date) #Times Higher Education Awards ^Quality Assurance Agency 2015 ^^All Research Centres submitted in the most recent Research Excellence Framework exercise had world-leading elements.


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JUST DOWN THE ROAD…

GRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY

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Visiting us from Telford or Stafford? Drop by the Campus Life area, City Campus (see page 12) to find out about the courses on offer at our regional learning centres, University Centre Telford (UCT) and the University of Wolverhampton in Stafford (UWiS).

LIBRARY OPENINGS

STUDENT SOCIETIES

SUPPORT

FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

FREE

University Centre Telford (UCT)

SANDWICH YEAR PLACEMENTS

University of Wolverhampton in Stafford (UWiS)


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STUDENTS’ UNION The student experience is key to everything we do here, so make sure you stop by the Students’ Union (SU)! Find out about the range of social groups and activities for you to join; including over 60 societies, Well@Wolves health and wellbeing sessions, weekly external events and a range of SU opportunities to help you spend time with like-minded people and make new friends. We also offer independent help and advice from our accredited centre, staffed by professionally trained and insured advisors. From finance to housing, our Advice and Support Centre (ASC) can help you before enrolment and is here to support you throughout your studies. Visit us today to find out more and speak to the team. You can also find out more at our website at: wolvesunion.org


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CAMPUS LIFE

With lots of information to take in, make sure you stay refreshed with complimentary tea and coffee from Campus Life.

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Welcome to Campus Life, where we invite you to explore different areas within The Venue at City Campus and The Performance Hub at Walsall Campus, each highlighting distinct services, support and benefits for our students. Not sure where to find us? Ask one of the Open Day Welcome Talk team at the registration desks, who will point the way! Tennis courts

Campus Services

What’s on offer? Grab a chair and find out everything you need to know about accommodation, transport, nursery facilities, security, social activities, sports and more.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT If you need a quick break from planning your future, refuel with food and drink. In a rush to get to a talk or tour? Drop in to Starbucks, the Campus Store or the Boulevard Café for a selection of grab-and-go items, sweet treats and a large selection of energising hot and cold drinks. Ready for lunch? Call into the Boulevard Kitchen at Walsall or treat yourself to BBQ grub at City Campus we’re offering burgers (including a veggie option) and jacket potatoes with a choice of fillings in the Courtyard.

CITY CAMPUS Millennium City Building Starbucks 8.00am-3.00pm The Campus Store 9.00am-3.00pm The Courtyard BBQ 11.30am-2.30pm Arena Theatre, Wulfruna Street FREE hot drinks available

WALSALL CAMPUS Samuel Johnson Building Boulevard Café 9.00am-3.00pm Jerome K Jerome Building Boulevard Kitchen 11.30am-2.30pm

TELFORD CAMPUS Darby Building Greenshoots Deli 10.00am-2.30pm


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DISCOVER @WLV SPORT

GET ACTIVE WITH WLV SPORT Sports fans can speak to the WLV Sport team to find out more about the sports programmes, services and benefits on offer, including: • how to sign up to our range of sports teams • opportunities to play for fun through our social sport programme • getting in shape with our gym and fitness classes • volunteering through our Sports Ambassador and Sporting Pathways programme • coach development workshops and qualifications • our Elite Sports Scholarship.

NEED YOUR GYM FIX? SPEAK TO OUR SPORTS STAFF TO GET YOUR FREE GYM PASS TODAY!

AND HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED IN SOCIAL SPORT AT THE UNIVERSITY AT ONE OF OUR TALKS. Walsall (WN002) 11.30am, 1.30pm City (MC001) 11.15am


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DON’T MISS THE NEW WLV FOOTBALL TEAM’S FIRST FIXTURE AT HOME - CATCH THEM PLAYING AFC CHURCH AT 3PM AT WALSALL CAMPUS. FIND OUT MORE, PLUS DETAILS OF OTHER ACTIVITIES, ON PAGE 39.

For more information, visit the WLV Sport team in Campus Life at City Campus and in Go Lounge at Walsall Campus. @WLV_Sport


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WHY NOT EXPLORE WOLVERHAMPTON? Take in a show at the Grand or Arena theatres.

Slade Rooms Catch a film at Light House, the Black Country’s only independent cinema, or enjoy the latest blockbuster at Cineworld, Bentley Bridge.

Splash out or stock up at shops in the Mander and Wulfrun centres, or at Bentley Bridge retail park.

Art lovers will enjoy eye candy collections at the city’s Art Gallery – including a dedicated Pop Art gallery! Drop by after the Open Day to view the exhibition Slaves of Fashion by internationally-renowned artists The Singh Twins.

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Book your next gig date! Check out the music and comedy listings for iconic venues around the city – plus annual events like the Wolverhampton Literature Festival, and our very own annual festivals and celebrations.

Catch the action at Molineux, Dunstall Park and Monmore Green.

Take a walk in Wolverhampton’s green spaces to see a different side to the city, including West Park, Bantock Park and along Wolverhampton Canal.

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Rumbling stomach? From greasy cafés to Michelin rated restaurants, Wolverhampton has it all – plus some classy joints for a drink during down-time.


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TIME TO TRAVEL Thanks to its central location, Wolverhampton is well-placed for you to branch out and explore the rest of the UK. Big cities including Manchester, Liverpool and London are just a few hours away, and don’t forget green and pleasant towns like Stafford, Stratford-upon-Avon and Ironbridge – easy to get to by car, coach or train. The UK’s second city Birmingham is less than a 20 minute train ride away, and if you’re a budding traveller you can explore more exotic destinations easily from Birmingham Airport.

West Park

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A WANDER AROUND WALSALL Looking for an artistic fix? View the Garman Ryan collection at New Art Gallery or perch on the town’s iconic hippo or saddle sculptures. Explore Walsall’s green and pleasant landscape, including Palfrey Park, Merrions Wood and Walsall Arboretum. Don’t forget all those student discounts you’ll enjoy with your NUS discount card at Saddlers Shopping Centre or Jerome Retail Park. Fancy a film? Take your pic at Showcase and Light cinemas in Walsall. Hungry after your day on campus? Choose from a range of restaurants in town.

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TAKE A TOUR OF TELFORD Flex your NUS card at Telford Shopping Centre or neighbouring Southwater One; the leisure complex includes tenpin bowling, entertainment and dining options. Get your skates on at Telford Ice Rink or hit the slopes at Telford Snowboard and Ski Centre. Visit Blists Hill Victorian Town for an authentic Victorianera experience, just one of the award-winning attractions along the River Severn that a trip to Ironbridge entails. See your favourite stars of stage and screen at the Oakengates Theatre, Cineworld or Odeon Cinema. Take a break in Telford Town Park for a spot of sightseeing or stretch your legs in the stunning Shropshire countryside on your doorstep. From the beautiful rural setting of Telford Campus, you are just a short distance away from Wolverhampton, Birmingham and trendy Shrewsbury.


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FACULTY OF

SOCIAL SCIENCES Activity

Time

Room

Duration

- Business Management (including joint awards).

11.50am, 1.30pm

MC419

30 mins

- Economics (including joint awards).

11.50am

MC238

30 mins

- Event and Venue Management; International Hospitality Management; Tourism Management.

11.50am

MC331

30 mins

- Accounting and Finance.

12.25pm

MC406

30 mins

- Human Resource Management.

12.25pm

MC408

30 mins

- International Business Management.

12.25pm

MC413

30 mins

- Marketing Management.

12.25pm

MC226

30 mins

An introduction to: the University of Wolverhampton Law School.

11.15am

MC438

30 mins

Enhance your employability – Your law degree and the real world: student engagement and the Law Representation Project.

11.50am

MC438

30 mins

Murder or manslaughter: What’s the difference?

12.25pm

MC438

30 mins

- Criminology and Criminal Justice.

11.15am, 1.30pm

MC227

30 mins

- History, Politics and War Studies.

11.15am, 1.30pm

MC353

30 mins

- Interpreting.

11.15am

MC229

30 mins

- Deaf Studies.

11.50am

MC229

30 mins

- Policing and Intelligence.

11.50am

MC227

30 mins

- Sociology and Social Policy.

11.50am

MC326

30 mins

- Fire and Rescue.

12.30pm

MC331

30 mins

- Interpreting: British Sign Language for beginners.

12.30pm

MC229

60 mins

- How to become a Special Constable.

12.30pm

MC227

30 mins

The University of Wolverhampton Business School.

School of Social, Historical and Political Studies.

Talk

Workshop

Faculty of Social Sciences activities are based in the Millennium City building, where rooms are prefixed with MC. The first digit refers to the corresponding floor, eg. MC227 = second floor, MC438 = fourth floor, etc.


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ARTS Activity Welcome to the Wolverhampton School of Art Est. 1851.

Time

Room

Duration

11.15am, 1.15pm

MK314

15 mins

- An introduction to: Animation.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK605

30 mins

- An introduction to: Computer Games Design.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK603

30 mins

- An introduction to: Fashion, Textiles and Surface Pattern.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK107

30 mins

- An introduction to: Film and Television Production.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MKB01a

30 mins

- An introduction to: Fine Art, Painting and Print, and Sculpture and Environmental Art.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK712

30 mins

- An introduction to: Glass and Ceramics.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK029a

30 mins

- An introduction to: Graphic Design and Illustration.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK301

30 mins

- An introduction to: Photography.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MKb19

30 mins

- An introduction to: Product Design, Interior Design, and Furniture Design.

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK401

30 mins

- Media: Is the medium the message?

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK310

30 mins

- Multimedia Journalism: Make the news!

11.35am, 1.35pm

MK202

30 mins

Welcome to the School of Humanities.

11.15am, 1.15pm

MC331

15 mins

- Creative and Professional Writing: A cabinet of curiosities.

11.50am, 1.50pm

MC225

30 mins

- English: Studying English Literature at Wolverhampton.

11.50am, 1.50pm

MC228

30 mins

- Philosophy: What’s called thinking?

11.50am, 1.50pm

MC406

30 mins

- Religious Studies: Engaging with living religion.

11.50am, 1.50pm

MC201

30 mins

- English Language and Linguistics: What is Linguistics?

11.50am, 2.00pm

MC413

30 mins

Take a tour of our Faculty of Arts collections at the Harrison Library.

10.45am, 12.45pm

Harrison Library Reception, Ambika Paul building

15 mins

Portfolio Review: Bring your portfolio of work to our Open Day and you could get an immediate offer of a course place. You can also receive great advice on how to make your portfolio even more outstanding and prepare yourself for future interviews.

All day

MKB25

Drop-in

Talk

Tour

Faculty of Arts activities are primarily based in the George Wallis and Millennium City buildings, where rooms are prefixed with MK and MC respectively. The first digit refers to the corresponding floor, eg. MK202 = second floor, MC406 = fourth floor, etc.


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Artist’s impression of development. Please note: During the current improvement works, access to the George Wallis building is via the Lower Ground Floor entrance at the rear of the building.

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FACULTY OF

EDUCATION, HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Activity

Time

Room

Duration

10.30am, 12.45pm

MC401

30 mins

10.45am, 12.45pm

MC437

35 mins

- Find out more about our British Psychological Society accredited Psychology courses and meet our friendly team.

11.00am, 1.00pm

MC408

60 mins

- Discover @WLV Sport and how you can get involved in Sport at the University.

11.15am

MC001

15 mins

Speak to the Service Users and Carers Contributing to Educating Students for Services (SUCCESS) team about skills training and real life experiences.

9.30am-3.00pm

Harrison Library, Ambika Paul building

Drop-in

Tour our brand new interactive skills labs facilities and participate in a lab activity. Please meet your guide in Millennium City building foyer.

10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm

MC foyer

30 mins

Institute of Community and Society - As a social worker, you will work with people to find solutions to their problems. Find out more about our Social Work course. Institute of Health - Come along to our Nursing presentation and also hear from our student nurse. You will also have an opportunity throughout the day to meet our students and academics. Institute of Human Sciences – Psychology courses

Talk

Tour

Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing activities are primarily based in the Harrison Library in Ambika Paul building and Millennium City building, where rooms are prefixed with MC. The first digit refers to the corresponding floor, eg. MC001 = ground floor, etc.


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FACULTY OF

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Activity

Time

Room

Duration

11.00am, 1.30pm

MC418

30 mins

11.30am, 1.30pm

MA230

45 mins

1.00pm

MI102c

45 mins

- Pharmacy at Wolverhampton, including team-based learning taster session.

11.00am

MA003/4

90 mins

- Pharmaceutical Science and Pharmacology: the science behind medicines.

12.30pm

MC238

45 mins

- An introduction to: Pharmacy.

1.30pm

MA003/4

45 mins

- An introduction to: Chemistry, including tour of laboratories and interactive activities.

10.30am, 12.30pm

MC419

30 mins

- An introduction to: Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation.

11.00am, 1.00pm

MC225

30 mins

- Biomedical Science research and our courses (Biomedical Science, Healthcare Science, Medical Physiology and Diagnostics, Medical Science and Clinical Practice).

11.00am, 1.00pm

MC201

45 mins

- Biosciences research and our courses: Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Microbiology.

11.00am, 1.00pm

MC224

45 mins

- An introduction to: Physics.

11.00am, 1.00pm

MC232

30 mins

- Hands-on Forensic Science and tour of laboratories.

11.15am, 1.30pm

MC226

30 mins

- Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation: tracks and signs.

9.30am-2.30pm

MB001

Drop-in

- Practical Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Forensic taster sessions.

9.30am-2.30pm

MB007

Drop-in

- Biomedical Science, Healthcare Science, Medical Physiology and Diagnostics, Medical Science and Clinical Practice taster sessions.

9.30am-2.30pm

MA036/037

Drop-in

School of Architecture and Built Environment - An introduction to: Architecture, Built Environment, Civil Engineering, Environmental Health and Geography. School of Engineering - An introduction to: Chemical Engineering. Will you be the next Chemical Engineering billionaire? School of Mathematics and Computer Science - An introduction to: Computer Science and IT. School of Pharmacy

School of Sciences

Talk

Tour

Workshop

Faculty of Science and Engineering activities are based in the Harrison Library in Ambika Paul building and Wulfruna building (MA), Rosalind Franklin building (MB), Millennium City building (MC) and Alan Turing building (MI).


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SNEAK PEEK OF SPRINGFIELD DROP BY HARRISON LIBRARY TO VIEW EXCITING NEW VISUALS OF SPRINGFIELD CAMPUS, THE BRAND NEW HOME OF THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT.


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FACULTY OF

ARTS Activity

Time

Room

Duration

11.40am, 1.40pm

WH027 Black Box Theatre, The Performance Hub

15 mins

- Dance and Dance Science and Performance: Presentation and tour.

12.00pm, 2.00pm

WH123

30 mins

- Drama and Acting: Presentation and tour.

12.00pm, 2.00pm

WH204

30 mins

- Music Education and Community Practice, Music and Popular Music: Presentation and tour.

12.00pm, 2.00pm

WH304

30 mins

- Music Technology: Recording studio introduction.

12.00pm, 2.00pm

WH315

30 mins

- Musical Theatre: Presentation and tour.

12.00pm, 2.00pm

WH226

30 mins

Welcome to the School of Performing Arts.

Talk

Tour

Faculty of Arts activities are based in The Performance Hub, where rooms are prefixed with WH. The first digit refers to the corresponding floor, eg. WH123 = first floor, WH304 = third floor, etc.


WALSALL CAMPUS

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FACULTY OF

EDUCATION, HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Activity

Time

Room

Duration

Institute of Education - Professional Skills Test support session: Literacy.

10.30am, 12.40pm

WN213

60 mins

- Professional Skills Test support session: Numeracy.

10.30am, 12.40pm

WN212

60 mins

- Want to know more about Primary Teacher Training?

11.40am, 1.30pm

WN101

60 mins

- Meet staff and students to find out about Education Studies; Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion Studies; Childhood Studies and Family & Community Studies courses.

9.30am-3.00pm

WN202

Drop-in

- Interested in becoming a Primary or Secondary School Teacher?

10.00am-3.00pm

WN205

Drop-in

10.45am, 12.40pm

WP003

30 mins

9.30am-3.00pm

WP023a

Drop-in

Institute of Health: Nursing and Midwifery - Why you should choose a Nursing degree, including student nurse presentation. Speak to our Nursing teams to find out more about the courses we offer. Find out about our Integrated Master’s Nursing course.

12.00pm, 2.15pm

WP025

20 mins

Learn what the role of a midwife is and what is involved on our Midwifery course.

11.15am, 1.15pm

WP003

30 mins

Speak to our Midwifery academic team and students.

9.30am-3.00pm

Ground floor, WP

Drop-in

Institute of Health: Paramedic Science - Becoming a paramedic and so much more.

11.45am, 1.50pm

WP003

45 mins

12.20pm, 2.20pm

WP014

30 mins

- Physiotherapy. Be part of a profession that helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

11.35am

WN010

40 mins

Tour our new Physiotherapy suite and speak to students on the course.

12.30pm

WP foyer

20 mins

Tour our clinical skills labs facilities and view clinical activities that our students engage in. All questions welcomed!

9.30am-12.00pm, 12.30pm-3.00pm

WP009-WP012

Drop-in

Already a registered Health Care Professional? Find out more about our Continuing Professional Development opportunities.

9.30am-12.00pm, 12.30pm-3.00pm

WP024

Drop-in

Speak to the Service Users and Carers Contributing to Educating Students for Services (SUCCESS) team about skills training and real life experiences.

9.30am-12.00pm, 12.30pm-3.00pm

Social Learning Area, Sister Dora Building

Drop-in

Interactive demonstrations from Paramedic Science students. Institute of Health: Physiotherapy

Talk

Tour

Workshop

Samuel Johnson building = WN, Sister Dora building = WP


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BOARD A REAL LIFE WORKING AMBULANCE! West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust serves a population of 5.6 million people covering an area of more than 5,000 square miles. Come and meet staff from the ambulance service and see what our students do when out in practice.

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR PRIMARY TEACHING ROOM (WN109) TO VIEW A VARIETY OF WORK ON DISPLAY!


WALSALL CAMPUS

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FACULTY OF

EDUCATION, HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Activity

Time

Room

Duration

An introduction to: Sport at the University of Wolverhampton. Hear from our Head of Sport about the exciting courses on offer!

11.00am, 1.00pm

WN002

30 mins

Discover @WLV Sport and how you can get involved in sport at the University.

11.30am, 1.30pm

WN002

15 mins

Measuring performance using technology.

12.00pm, 2.00pm

WD011, depart from the Go Lounge

20 mins

Visit our academic sport staff and sport students and find out what life is like when you study with us. Ask our Sport Coaches your questions about our sports teams and scholarships.

9.30am-3.00pm

Go Lounge, Jerome K Jerome Building

Drop-in

Institute of Human Sciences - Sport courses

Talk

Tour

Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing activities at Walsall are based in the Jerome K Jerome, William Penny Brookes, Samuel Johnson building and Sister Dora Buildings. Rooms are prefixed by WA, WD, WN and WP respectively. The first digit refers to the corresponding floor, eg. WD011 = ground floor, WN101 = 1st floor, etc.


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RUNNING WITH WOLVES LAUNCH DAY JOIN US IN THE WILLIAM PENNY BROOKES BUILDING FOR A SERIES OF PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATIONS AND TALKS INCLUDING SUSAN PARTRIDGE, WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AND COMMONWEALTH GAMES MARATHON RUNNER.

TEST YOUR PERFORMANCE TAKE PART IN A RANGE OF ACTIVITIES ON WALSALL CAMPUS BOULEVARD WITH OUR SPORTS STAFF AND STUDENTS.

CHEER ON WLV FOOTBALL! STICK AROUND AFTER OPEN DAY TO WATCH OUR BRAND NEW WLV FOOTBALL TEAM TAKE ON AFC CHURCH ON OUR STATE-OF-THE-ART 3G PITCH. KICK-OFF IS AT 3PM - C’MON, WLV!


TELFORD CAMPUS

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TELFORD INNOVATION CAMPUS WHAT’S ON...


TELFORD CAMPUS

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FACULTY OF

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Activity

Time

Room

Duration

10.00am, 1.00pm

SC029, Darby Building

20 mins

- Automotive Engineering / Motorsport Engineering

9.30am-3.00pm

Live Project Area, Darby Building

Drop-in

- Aerospace Engineering

9.30am-3.00pm

Boardroom, Darby Building

Drop-in

- Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

9.30am-3.00pm

SC109, Darby Building

Drop-in

- Manufacturing Engineering

9.30am-3.00pm

SC003, Darby Building

Drop-in

- Mechanical Engineering

9.30am-3.00pm

SC003, Darby Building

Drop-in

- Mechatronics Engineering

9.30am-3.00pm

SC109, Darby Building

Drop-in

10.20am, 1.20pm

Depart from SC029, Darby Building

20 mins

Welcome to the School of Engineering

Tour of Engineering Laboratory facilities

Talk

Tour

Workshop

Faculty of Science and Engineering activities are based in the Darby building where rooms are prefixed by SC. The first digit refers to the corresponding floor, eg. SC029 = ground floor, SC109 = 1st floor, etc.


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BUS TIMETABLES Need to visit another campus? Find your timetable below and hop on a free bus.

Departing from

City Campus

Departing from

Walsall Campus

Departing from

City Campus

Departing from

Telford Campus

To Walsall Campus

To City Campus

To Telford Campus

To City Campus

Departs from outside Rosalind Franklin Building on Stafford Street (as indicated on the City Campus map).

Departs from Sports Centre (as indicated on the Walsall Campus map).

Departs from outside Rosalind Franklin Building on Stafford Street (as indicated on the City Campus map).

Departs from outside SB Building (as indicated on the Telford Campus map).

10.00am, 10.30am, 11.00am, 11.30am, 12.00pm, 12.30pm, 1.00pm, 1.30pm, 2.00pm, 2.30pm, 3.00pm

10.00am, 10.45am, 11.15am, 11.45am, 12.15pm, 12.45pm, 1.15pm, 1.45pm, 2.15pm, 2.45pm, 3.15pm

HOP ON BOARD

A £250 TRAVEL FUND FOR NEW STUDENTS*

9.45am, 12.15pm, 3.15pm

11.30am, 2.15pm

Look out for this symbol on the campus maps

Join us in September 2018 and we’ll give you £250 towards the cost of public transport, perfect for helping you get to and from University. Don’t need it for travel? Use it towards your University-owned student accommodation instead! *Terms and conditions apply, visit: wlv.ac.uk/travelfund for more information.


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ARRIVING BY CAR All our campuses are based in the heart of England and are easily accessible by road and rail. Get your day off to a great start – here's how to find us!

Wolverhampton City Campus From the car park, with the stadium on your right, walk along Molineux Street. Go through the underpass, up the stairs on your left and turn right. The entrance to the Open Day is ahead to your left. For limited free parking at Molineux Stadium, enter postcode WV1 4QR in your sat nav. Other public car parks nearby include: Broad Street (postcode WV1 1JD) Civic Centre (postcode WV1 1RA)

Walsall Campus Enter postcode WS1 3BD in your sat nav and exit on to the entrance road directly off the Broadway A4148. Free parking is available on campus.

Telford Campus Enter postcode TF2 9NN in your sat nav. Free parking is available on campus.


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WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT...? A

City Campus Walsall Campus Telford Campus

Course

Subject stand location

See page

Accounting and Finance

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Acting

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Aerospace Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Animation

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Architectural Design Technology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Architecture

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Building Surveying

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Built Environment

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Civil Engineering

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Construction Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Demolition Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Environmental Health

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Geography

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Interior Architecture and Property Development

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Quantity Surveying

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Fashion

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Fine Art

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Furniture Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Glass and Ceramics

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Graphic Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Illustration

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Interior Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Painting and Print

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Photography

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Product Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Sculpture and Environmental Art

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Textiles and Surface Pattern

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

Architecture and the Built Environment

Art and Design

Automotive Engineering


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B

Course

Subject stand location

See page

Biochemistry

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Biological Sciences

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Biomedical Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Biotechnology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Building Surveying

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Built Environment

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Accounting and Finance

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Business and Enterprise

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Economics

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Human Resources

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Marketing

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Tourism, Events and Hospitality

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Business

C

D

E

Business Intelligence

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Chemical Engineering

City Campus

p26

Chemistry

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Childhood, Family and Community Studies

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

Civil Engineering

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Cloud Computing

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Computer Games Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Computer Science

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Computer Science (Games Development)

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Computing and Information Technology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Construction Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Creative and Professional Writing

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

Criminology and Criminal Justice

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Cyber Security

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Dance

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Dance Science and Performance

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Data Science

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Deaf Studies – see also Interpreting

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Demolition Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Drama

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Early Years Education

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

Economics

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Childhood, Family and Community Studies

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

- Early Years Education

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

- Education Studies

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

- Primary Education

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

- Secondary Education

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

- Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

Education


40 Course

Subject stand location

See page

Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering

Telford Campus, Hutchison Building

p35

- Aerospace Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

- Automotive Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

- Chemical Engineering

City Campus, Harrison Library. Telford Campus, Darby Building

p26, p35

- Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering

Telford Campus, Hutchison Building

p35

- Manufacturing Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

- Mechanical Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

- Mechatronics Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

- Motorsport Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

English

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

English Language

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

Environmental Health

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Engineering

F

G H

Exercise and Health

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

-

Fashion

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Film and Television Production

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Fine Art

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Fire and Rescue

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Forensic Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Furniture Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Games Development

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Genetics and Molecular Biology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Geography

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Glass and Ceramics

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Graphic Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Health - Nursing (see Nursing)

-

- Midwifery

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building, foyer

p30

- Paramedic Science

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building, foyer

p30

- Physiotherapy

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building, foyer

p30

Healthcare Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

History – see also War Studies

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Human Biology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Human Resources

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Creative and Professional Writing

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

- English

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

- English Language

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

- Linguistics

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

- Philosophy

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

- Religious Studies

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

Humanities


41 Course

Subject stand location

See page

Information Technology

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Illustration

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Interior Architecture and Property Development

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Interior Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Interpreting (British Sign Language) – see also Deaf Studies

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

L

Law

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Linguistics and TESOL

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

M

Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Manufacturing Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

Marketing

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Business Intelligence

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Cloud Computing

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Computer Science

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Computing and Information Technology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Cyber Security

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Data Science

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Games Development

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Mathematics

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Mathematical Sciences

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Mathematics with Secondary Education (QTS)

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Smart Technologies

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

- Software Engineering

City Campus, Harrison Library

p26

Mechanical Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

Mechatronics Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

- Animation

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Computer Games Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Film and Television Production

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Media

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

- Multimedia Journalism

I

Mathematics and Computer Science

Media

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Medical Physiology and Diagnostics

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Medical Science and Clinical Practice

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Microbiology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Midwifery

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building, foyer

p30

Motorsport Engineering

Telford Campus, Darby Building

p35

Multimedia Journalism

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Music

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Music for Education and Community Practice

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Music Technology

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Musical Theatre

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29


42 Course

N

Subject stand location

See page

- Adult Nursing

City Campus, Harrison Library. Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building

p24, p30

- Children’s Nursing

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building

p30

- Mental Health Nursing

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

Nursing

- Learning Disability Nursing

P

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building

p30

Painting and Print

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Paramedic Science

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building

p30

- Acting

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Dance

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Dance Science and Performance

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Drama

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Music

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Music for Education and Community Practice

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Music Technology

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Musical Theatre

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

- Popular Music

Performing Arts

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Pharmaceutical Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Pharmacology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Pharmacy

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Philosophy

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

Photography

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Physical Education

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

-

Physics

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Physiotherapy

Walsall Campus, Sister Dora Building, foyer

P30

Policing and Intelligence

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Politics

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Popular Music

Walsall Campus, The Performance Hub, 2nd floor

p29

Primary Education

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

Product Design

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Property Management and Real Estate

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Counselling Psychology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

- Criminal Psychology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

- Psychology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

Public Health and Wellbeing – see also Social Care / Social Work

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

Q

Quantity Surveying

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

R

Religious Studies

City Campus, Harrison Library

p22

Psychology


43 Course

S

Subject stand location

See page

- Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Biological Sciences

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Biochemistry

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Biotechnology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Biomedical Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Chemistry

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Forensic Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Genetics and Molecular Biology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Healthcare Science

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Human Biology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Medical Physiology and Diagnostics

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Medical Science and Clinical Practice

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Microbiology

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

- Physics

Sciences

City Campus, Rosalind Franklin Building

p26

Sculpture and Environmental Art

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Secondary Education

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 2nd floor

p30

Smart Technologies

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Social Care – see also Social Work

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

Social Policy

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Criminology and Criminal Justice

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Social Policy

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Sociology

Social Studies

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Social Work – see also Social Care

City Campus, Harrison Library

p24

Sociology

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

Software Engineering

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion

Walsall Campus, Samuel Johnson Building, 1st floor

p30

- Exercise and Health

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

p32

- Physical Education

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

p32

- Sport and Exercise Science

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

p32

- Sports Coaching Practice

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

p32

- Sports Studies and Development

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

p32

- Strength and Conditioning

Sport

Walsall Campus, Jerome K Jerome Building

p32

T

Textiles and Surface Pattern

City Campus, George Wallis Building

p22

Tourism, Events and Hospitality Management

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

U

Uniformed Services - Armed Forces

City Campus, Harrison Library

-

- Fire and Rescue

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

- Policing and Intelligence

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

City Campus, Harrison Library

p21

W

War Studies – see also History


ER1013

OUR NEXT OPEN EVENTS Undergraduate Open Day Saturday 13 October 2018 Saturday 17 November 2018

Postgraduate Open Evening Thursday 13 September 2018 Thursday 22 November 2018

#jointhepack wlv.ac.uk Tel: 0800 953 3222 Email: enquiries@wlv.ac.uk

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Open Day August 2018 Programme  
Open Day August 2018 Programme