A TASTE OF EVERYTHING
YOUâ€™LL GET IN THREE YEARS AT UNIVERSITY
IN ONE DAY SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE APPLICANT DAY
If you havenâ€™t already booked,
BOOK YOUR PLACE TODAY School of Health and Social Care applicant day is on:
Thursday 8 March 2018 www.glos.ac.uk/applicantdays
HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE CONTACT US 03330 141414 (local rate) #JoinTeamGlos FIND US Francis Close Hall campus, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 4AZ
APPLICANT DAY PROGRAMME
“Coming to an applicant day at the University of Gloucestershire was really worthwhile. It was great to spend time on campus, talk with lots of other prospective students who were in the same boat as me, and to explore the lovely town which has become my home. There’s no better way to see if the university is right for you than spending some time getting to know the place.” Billy Jones, 2nd Year student
For Applicants 11.15-12.00
STUDENT WORKSHOP: SOCIAL CARE/COMMUNITY AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT ‘The Grenfell Tower Fire - Never Again’ Join our thought-provoking interactive session where we will look at the role of social care in addressing the challenges and outcomes faced from such an unprecedented event.
For Parents and Guests 11.15-12.15
QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION Find out about student life, finance, accommodation and student support at the University of Gloucestershire
COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH AND MEET OUR STUDENTS
COURSE PRESENTATION: SOCIAL CARE/COMMUNITY AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT As well as finding out more about your course, you’ll have the chance to hear about the wide ranging career opportunities available to you.
TOURS OF CAMPUS AND ACCOMMODATION Take a campus tour and have the opportunity to view our accommodation
FRANCIS CLOSE HALL CAMPUS HALLS OF RESIDENCE
PITTVILLE STUDENT VILLAGE TEACHING ROOMS
(5 MINS BUS OR 20 MINS WALK)
LIBRARY AND COMPUTING SUITE
CHELTENHAM TOWN CENTRE (5 MINS WALK)
WHAT YOUâ€™LL GET OUT OF THE DAY Get to know our current students Take part in an interactive session Meet our inspiring lecturers Get a real feel for where you could live Meet other applicants with similar career aspirations Hear about how we can help you develop your employment skills
Mark Redmond, Senior Lecturer, Health and Social Care
STUDY IN OUR INSPIRING, YET SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT
Develop your skills and knowledge. Make a difference in social care through leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship, and in creating new types of services.
FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH OR ADULT SOCIAL CARE
Whilst many graduates stay in the UK, our degree opens doors for you into social care careers you might not have imagined.
FROM INTERNATIONAL CHARITY WORK TO CARE ENTREPRENEUR
Our extensive network of partners means you can undertake placements in a range of organisations, giving you first-hand experience in a wide variety of settings.
PARTNERSHIPS AND PLACEMENTS
Francis Close Hall campus is within easy walking distance of Cheltenham town centre and has excellent rail and road links. By rail Cheltenham Spa railway station is close to the centre of Cheltenham and a 25 minute walk to Francis Close Hall campus or a short taxi ride away. To find out more visit: www.nationalrail.co.uk By road Cheltenham is just a few miles away from Junction 11 of the M5. Limited parking is available on campus. Your permit is included for the day. University of Gloucestershire Francis Close Hall campus, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 4AZ Call us on: 03330 141414 (local rate) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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