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Postgrad Week 2012

Whether you are thinking of postgraduate study, or you have already applied, come to our ...

Postgrad Week Monday 27th February - Friday 2nd March 2012, various locations, University of Dundee

What's happening during Postgrad Week?

Who's taking part in Postgrad Week?

Many different departments, units and courses are taking part in Postgrad Week. You can see them listed below, or as a day by day list.

If you want to be kept up to date with the events and activities during Postgrad Week, please Register for Postgrad Week.

Architecture

School of the Environment Open Afternoon, Wednesday 29th February in the Geography Junior Lab. (1st Floor, Tower Building), with a focus on  Architecture and Planning between 3.30pm - 4.30pm.

  • Informal presentations regarding our postgraduate courses, plus the chance to meet and ask questions of staff and current students.
  • View some of the exciting research and activities that take place within the School of the Environment. 

You are welcome to stay for all or part of the afternoon with refreshments provided.

More about Architecture Postgraduate Courses - Architecture Postgraduate Research

Careers Service

Centre for Archive and Information Studies

Degrees by online distance learning, which are available as single modules for CPD purposes, at PG certificate and diploma level, and Masters degree:

Meet CAIS as follows:

  • Weds 29th Feb, 11am, on campus presentation Centre for Archive and Information Studies Seminar Room, Tower Basement
  • Thurs 1st Mar, 11am-12noon, online chat register for this online chat session

Civil Engineering

  • Mon 27th Feb, 2-4pm online chat with Dr Ian Mackie, postgraduate admissions tutor register for this online chat session
  • Tues 28th Feb, 2-4pm online chat with Dr Ian Mackie, postgraduate admissions tutor register for this online chat session
  • Weds 29th Feb, 1pm, talk about postgraduate courses, room G20, Fulton Building (1st floor)
  • Weds 29th Feb 2-4pm drop in session with Dr Ian Mackie, postgraduate admissions tutor, room G15 (Fulton Building)
  • Thurs 1st Mar, 2-4pm online chat with Dr Ian Mackie, postgraduate admissions tutor register for this online chat session

More about: Civil Engineering Postgraduate Courses - Civil Engineering Postgraduate Research

Computing

Courses for graduates from any subject, specialist degrees for Computing graduates, plus research opportunities within the School of Computing.

School of Computing Open Afternoon, Monday 27th February, 2-4pm, in the Queen Mother Building.

  • Meet and ask questions of staff and current students.
  • Take a tour of the building to see the facilities and demonstrations of some of the research areas which you can get involved with in your MSc project or as a research student.

If you cannot make this time, please contact Anne Millar on 01382 388085 or at QMB Reception to arrange an individual visit.

More about Computing Postgraduate Courses - Computing Postgraduate Research

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design

Tuesday 28th February, meet at the DJCAD reception (Crawford Building) at the following times for one hour tours of the respective courses:

  • 10am Design for Services - Master of Design for graduates from all areas of design, and other areas where a design can be applied to improve services, for example healthcare, education, business, social services. More about MDes Design for Services.
  • 11am Design Ethnography - an MSc degree for graduates from a wide range of subjects including anthropology, sociology, marketing, psychology, computing, product design, interaction/interactive media design, HCI or human factors. More about MSc Design Ethnography
  • 1pm Animation & Visualisation - MSc course for animators, artists, designers and those with associated experience, to apply and extend their skills and discourse within both animation and visualisation. More about MSc Animation & Visualisation
  • 2pm Medical Art & Forensic Art - courses taught jointly with the Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification, tours will depart from the reception of the Wellcome Trust Building. More about MSc Forensic Art - MSc Medical Art
  • 3pm Product Design - MSc course which educates students in a global context on how to approach the design of products in the rapidly changing technological, economic and social landscape. More about MSc Product Design

Prospective students will be given a tour of the studios, an overview of the programmes and the chance to speak to current students.

Dundee Law School

Dundee Law School offers on-campus courses including the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice and specialist LLM courses (some jointly with European Universities), and distance learning courses.

More about School of Law Postgraduate Courses

Education

Master of Education - Flexible learning for teachers with a first degree and initial teaching qualifications, accredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland.

  • Online chat - Mon 27th Feb, 12noon-1pm, register for this online chat session
  • Drop in session - Mon 27th Feb 4-5pm, Old Medical School, City Campus, call into ground floor reception & ask for Alison Hudson
  • Online chat - Tues 28th Feb, 12noon-1pm, register for this online chat session
  • Drop in session - Wed 29th Feb 4-5pm, Old Medical School, City Campus, call into ground floor reception & ask for Alison Hudson
  • Drop in session - Fri 2nd Mar 4-5pm, Old Medical School, City Campus, call into ground floor reception & ask for Alison Hudson

More about Master of Education

Educational Psychology

MSc Educational Psychology - accredited by the BPS, a two-year full-time professional training programme leading to qualification as an Educational Psychologist,

  • Drop in session - Thurs 1st March 11am-12noon, Carnelly Building - rooms 2.06 & 2.07

More about MSc Educational Psychology

Geography

School of the Environment Open Afternoon, Wednesday 29th February in the Geography Junior Lab. (1st Floor, Tower Building), with a focus on  Geography between 2.30pm - 3.30pm.

  • Informal presentations regarding our postgraduate courses, plus the chance to meet and ask questions of staff and current students.
  • View some of the exciting research and activities that take place within the School of the Environment. 

You are welcome to stay for all or part of the afternoon with refreshments provided.

More about Geography Postgraduate Courses - Geography Postgraduate Research

Graduate School of Natural Resources Law, Policy and Management

Masters courses from Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy and UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science

  • Open Afternoon - Thursday 1st March 1-5pm, academic staff will be on hand to discuss options in the foyer of the Carnegie Building
  • Eleanor Hennige, CEPMLP Careers Adviser - Thursday 1st March 1-5pm drop in session to discuss careers options available to our graduates
  • Guest Speaker, Professor Jonathan Stern from the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies who will be giving a talk on "A Golden Age of Gas"- Thursday 1st March 4.30-6pm, Carnegie Lecture Theatre

Humanities MLitt courses

A highly flexible, research preparation masters, which allows the student to select modules from across the School of Humanities, an interdisciplinary degree with immense choice. Named degrees are available from our English, History, Philosophy & Politics departments, and include recently launched masters courses in Comic, Film & Theatre Studies.

Specific events:

  • English MLitt courses - Tues 28th Feb, 9am-12noon drop in session, Tower Building Foyer
  • Online chat, Tues 28th Feb, 2-4pm register for this online chat session
  • All Humanities subjects, Weds 29th Feb, 1-5pm drop in session, Tower Building Foyer
  • General enquiries during the week to Ms Daria Wall, School of Humanities Reception, Level 1, Tower Building

More about the Humanities MLitt courses.

Life Sciences

Masters courses from the Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification - tour of facilities and chat to course leaders, including:

  • Forensic Art - Tour Tues 28th February, 2pm depart from the reception of the Wellcome Trust Building.
  • Human Anatomy - Tour Tues 28th February, 2pm depart from the reception of the Wellcome Trust Building.
  • Medical Art - Tour Tues 28th February, 2pm depart from the reception of the Wellcome Trust Building.
  • NEW MSc Anatomy and Advanced Forensic Anthropology, Dr Craig Cunningham will also be available Tues 28th Feb afternoon.

Masters course, MRes Crops for the Future, from the Division of Plant Sciences

Life Sciences / Medical School

MRes Cancer Biology - a research-centred course providing a focused training in molecular cancer research, covering both the fundamental and translational science of carcinogenesis, cancer biology, diagnosis and therapy.

Drop in session, please contact Dr Sam Crouch to make arrangements beforehand telephone: 01382 635987 or email: d.h.crouch@dundee.ac.uk. Sessions are taking place on the City Campus, in the Dental School:

  • Tues 28th Feb 2-5pm
  • Thurs 1st Mar 9am-5pm
More about MRes Cancer Biology

Nursing & Midwifery

Thurs 1st March 2-4pm online chat with Elaine Lee, Programme Lead register for this online chat session

More about School of Nursing & Midwifery Masters Courses

Planning

School of the Environment Open Afternoon, Wednesday 29th February in the Geography Junior Lab. (1st Floor, Tower Building), with a focus on  Architecture and Planning between 3.30pm - 4.30pm.

  • Informal presentations regarding our postgraduate courses, plus the chance to meet and ask questions of staff and current students.
  • View some of the exciting research and activities that take place within the School of the Environment. 

You are welcome to stay for all or part of the afternoon with refreshments provided.

More about Planning Postgraduate Courses - Planning Postgraduate Research

Psychological Therapy in Primary Care

A one year MSc course with a strong but not exclusive emphasis on cognitive behavioural therapy and on the application of scientific methods to health care and assessment. The course is run jointly by the Universities of Dundee and Stirling in partnership with NHS Education for Scotland.

Mon 27th Feb, 2-4pm online chat with Will Goodall, Programme Director, register for this online chat session

More about MSc Psychological Therapy in Primary Care

Psychology

Masters degrees for Psychology graduates wishing to specialise and prepare for PhD study

Meet us:

Public Health Masters courses

Drop in sessions on the Ninewells campus, please contact Fiona Williams to make arrangements beforehand: 01382 420117.

Courses available:

Social Work

MSc course leading to registration with the Scottish Social Services Council. Meet us during Postgrad Week:

More about the MSc Social Work course

* course subject to formal University approval

Campus Tours

Meet at the Enquiry Centre, 2 Airlie Place at the following times:

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If you want to be kept up to date with the events and activities during Postgrad Week, please Register For Postgrad Week.