Postgraduate Open Evening
Ends: Wednesday 30 May 2012 8:00 pm
|Event type||Open Day|
|Location||Hospitality Suite, Hamilton Centre|
Our Open Days are an excellent opportunity for you to see the postgraduate facilities for yourself, meet our staff and talk to current postgraduate students about their work and life at Brunel. You are welcome to drop in any time between the advertised hours.
You will have the chance to:
- meet our staff;
- find out more about the programmes that interest you;
- listen to informative postgraduate talks;
- take a campus tour;
- enjoy some refreshments.
Whether you are interested in a taught course or research, come along to find out more.
Forthcoming Postgraduate Open Evening
- Date/time: Wednesday 30 May 2012, 5pm – 8pm download sample programme
- Location: Hospitality Suite, Hamilton Centre, Brunel University. (Adjacent to the HSBC bank)
Booking your place
About postgraduate study at Brunel
Brunel University has a thriving multi-cultural postgraduate student population, following a wide range of taught Master's and research degree programmes with a variety of modes of study. Whichever subject area, mode or level of postgraduate programme you follow, you will find that Brunel is a friendly, dynamic and stimulating place to study.
Brunel offers over a hundred taught programmes at Master's level; many of these programmes are career-oriented, developing specialist skills in high demand disciplines and drawing on research-expertise in their home academic schools. Others are research-oriented and are tightly bound into the Schools' research groups. Research degree programmes at both doctoral and Master's levels are provided by all academic Schools, many in grade 5 RAE-rated subject areas.
Getting to Brunel
The University is easily accessible by public transport and this is the recommended mode of transport. For help in planning your journey visit Transport For London.
A limited number of parking permits will be available on a first come, first served basis on the Open Day. Please note that once these permits have been allocated you will need to follow signs to the Pay & Display parking bays indicated by the light blue parking symbol on the Campus Map. Pay & Display parking is charged at 50p per hour.
Places to eat
There are many places to eat on campus, including:
- The More Foodhall Refectory - serving a wide range of hot and cold meals
- Rococos café
- Bar Zest (in the sports centre)
- The University Shop - serving drinks and snacks
- Or you are welcome to bring your own.
Are you travelling a long distance to visit us?
If so, why not stay on-campus in one of our conference suite rooms to save the early start. You could even stay for a longer period to visit the local area and London city centre. For further details, rates and availability please visit The Lancaster Conference Suite.
For more information, please contact the Graduate School:
Telephone: +44 (0)1895 265935 (answerphone outside office hours)