University College Birmingham
University College Birmingham
On the day we aim to cover everything from what modules/subjects areas are included on courses and provide an insight into the range of careers available on successful completion. It's an ideal opportunity to meet the staff and students on your course and maybe have a go yourself. at University College Birmingham

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School Leavers' Open Day: Saturday 28th November, 11am - 3pm

University event offered by University College Birmingham

Event Summary:

On the day we aim to cover everything from what modules/subjects areas are included on courses and provide an insight into the range of careers available on successful completion. It's an ideal opportunity to meet the staff and students on your course and maybe have a go yourself.

Full Event Details:

Saturday 28th November, 11am - 3pm

We run a very comprehensive selection of open events each year, designed to be as useful and as helpful as possible for our potential students and their families, friends and schools.

On the day we aim to cover everything from what modules/subjects areas are included on the course and provide an insight into the range of careers available on successful completion. It's an ideal opportunity to meet the staff and students on your course and maybe have a go yourself.

If you would like to apply for a course on the day, please bring with you the following information:

Work Experience report
Year 10/11 report
A piece of coursework

Book your place by clicking 'Visit Website' below!

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 3 (Students aged 11-14)
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 4 (Students aged 14-16)
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Teachers (CPD)

Duration:

Half Day

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Minimum number of students:

1

Institution Profile:

University College Birmingham (UCB) is a specialist University offering industry-respected vocational degrees and college courses. The three-site city centre campus includes the new £26 million McIntyre House, opened in 2014 as part of an ongoing commitment to investing in first-class student facilities and teaching.

The majority of degree courses are accredited by the University of Birmingham, ensuring impeccable levels of quality assurance. UCB manages a comprehensive programme of industrial placements both in the UK and worldwide and many courses feature “live” projects in which students are challenged to work in real-life business scenarios.

Lectures and teaching groups emphasise the link between academic theory and practical industry application and students consistently rate courses highly for satisfaction. The Academic Skills Centre, run by specialist lecturers, offers a package of regular, free study-based support to improve essay writing, research and presentation techniques.




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