We invite you to the Postgraduate Open Day at the University of Dundee on Wednesday 8 November 2017 from 14:00 - 19:00

Our next Postgraduate Open Day will take place on Wednesday 8 November 2017 from 2pm to 7pm in the Dalhousie Building.

If you are thinking about postgraduate taught or research study, the Postgraduate Open Day will give you the opportunity to find out about applying, funding, careers, university life and the city. You’ll also be able to explore our beautiful campus and check out the student services.

Representatives will be available from the following discipline areas:

·         Architecture

·         Art and Design

·         Business, Accountancy & Finance

·         Careers Service

·         Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification

·         Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy

·         Civil Engineering

·         Computing

·         Education, Social Work and Community Learning & Development

·         Environment

·         Humanities

·         Law

·         Mathematics

·         Mechanical Engineering (including Biomedical Engineering and Medical Imaging)

·         Nursing

·         Psychology

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Professional Graduate Diploma in Education

14.30-15.30 and 17.30-18.30

We offer programmes which enable students to qualify as a Primary teacher, working with young learners in the 3-12 age group, or as a Secondary teacher in subject disciplines of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics or Home Economics. The one year programme includes valuable placement experience in school and has the option to gain Masters credit toward a Master of Education degree.

 

Admissions Process and Applying to PG Courses at the University of Dundee

14.30-15.00

18.00-18.30

 

Postgraduate Funding

15.00-15.20 and 17.30-17.50

 

MSc Leadership and Innovation

16.00-16.25

This MSc is designed for professionals, managers and leaders who wish to develop their leadership and innovation knowledge and skills. You will explore the changing nature of the challenges of professional practice, developing notions of professional and inter-professional leadership as well as the role of design thinking and innovation within this context with respect to 'new public governance.'

 

Careers 

16.00 -16.45

Our sector leading Careers Team is here to help you as you prepare for your future, wherever that may take you. This session will provide information on our advice and guidance services, workshops, careers fairs and employer events. They can help you to access jobs and work experience and recognise your skills through our fantastic Dundee Plus Award. 

 

MEd Master of Education

16.30-16.55

The MEd is essential for all professionals who work in an educational setting and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Students can tailor the educational experience with a wide range of modules and named awards available. The programme can be accessed entirely at a distance via the University virtual learning environment. The MEd is accredited by the GTCS and there is an option to study a route accredited by the International Baccalaureate (IB).

 

Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine Programme (ScotGEM)

16.30-17.30

This programme is only open to Graduate students.

The University of Dundee in joint partnership with the University of St Andrews is delighted to invite you to our Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine Programme (ScotGEM) open day presentation. The presentation will provide you with details of the programme, information on the application process and the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. It will be attended by the Programme Director (Jon Dowell) and Assistant Admissions Officer (Fiona Maguire).

 

BA Professional Development

16.45-17.30

This undergraduate degree is suitable for people from a wide range of backgrounds, including management, administration, tertiary education, community learning, social work and health who work in public, private or third sector contexts. The programme will help you to develop more effective practice in your own profession as you study your own practice. If you have some degree level credit then this may be used to give accelerated entry to this degree programme.

 

MSc Educational Psychology

17.30-18.00

The MSc in Educational Psychology is a two-year full-time professional training programme which leads to qualification as an Educational Psychologist and eligibility for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as an Educational Psychologist, after a further year of supervised practice in an accredited local authority psychological service and obtaining the Qualification in Educational Psychology (Scotland) (Stage 2).

 

MSc Social Work

18.15-19.00

The MSc in Social Work is a highly innovative programme which offers you an opportunity to study and practice social work in a way which breaks down the barriers between theory and practice. We value the qualities and experiences which students bring to our programme and build on these to produce social work graduates equipped for 21st century social work practice.

Campus Tours

Throughout the event - leaving from Dalhousie Foyer.

Opportunity to see the main University campus, including; Main Library, The Union, Institute of Sport & Exercise, Accommodation and relevant academic buildings.

 

Tour of MSc Medical and Forensic Art and Facial Identification

14.00 – Reception, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design

You will have the opportunity to meet with Dr Caroline Erolin and Dr Chris Rynn who will take you on a tour of DJCAD facilities. The tour will then move onto the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification to view the dissection room and anatomy museum.

 

Tour of Mechanical Engineering (including Biomedical Engineering and Medical Imaging)

14.30 – Fulton Building (visitors can meet at Dalhousie Foyer and be accompanied to Fulton for the tour)

 

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design Tour

Available throughout the day – please approach the ‘Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art

and Design’ stand to request a tour of facilities.

For information about travelling to the University of Dundee please visit our Travel pages.

When you arrive

When You Arrive

On arrival, please make your way to the registration point at Dalhousie Foyer on campus to pick up your Open Day programme with a map and any additional notes you may need to help you during your visit.

To help speed up registration, we ask to bring your Eventbrite confirmation with you – either printed or your smartphone / tablet.

We're here to help!

If you have any questions regarding this visit please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at opendays@dundee.ac.uk or call us on +44 (0)1382 38 38 38