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IAG taster sessions

Come along to one of our exciting taster sessions: Each subject-specific session is designed to give you an introduction to what it’s like to study at UEL, and to give you the chance to ask any questions you might have.

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March taster sessions

Law

Thursday 1st March from 10am - 12pm
University Square Stratford
Room USS US2.02, 1 Salway Road,
London E15 1NF

If I ruled the world... In this interactive session in the setting of a mock court room, you will be introduced to some of the fundamental concepts of the English Legal System including the Rule of Law, Separation of Powers and Parliamentary Supremacy. Law tutors will also be available to discuss UEL's law programmes and the career opportunities that a law degree gives you.

This taster will be delivered by Anil Balan, Principal Lecturer in Law at UEL. As programme leader for LLB (Hons) Law, Anil is responsible for overseeing the academic quality and development of the LLB degree.

Nursing

Tuesday 20th March from 10am - 12pm
Stratford Campus
Room ED.4.02, Water Lane,
London E15 4LZ

This taster session will provide those considering a career in nursing with information about choices they have for different routes into nursing and specifically about the adult nursing honours degree provided by UEL. During the session we will cover general information about:

  • The options available in the UK to become a Registered Nurse;
  • The four fields in nursing – adult, child, mental health and learning disability nursing;
  • The funding arrangements for nursing degrees;
  • The Nursing and Midwifery Council's (NMC) requirements.

We will also showcase the UEL adult nursing programme specifically giving information about:

  • Our entry requirements and the application process including an overview of literacy and numeracy tests and the interview process;
  • The framework for integrating theory and practice;
  • Clinical practice placement arrangements with our NHS partner hospitals and community trusts.

As part of the taster session participants will have the opportunity to visit UEL's Clinical Education Centre which houses our nursing Simulation Centre where they will be able to see our virtual hospital ward with state-of-the-art mannequins, the range of clinical instruments and equipment available for student learning and practice, and view some examples from the e-learning packages we use to supplement traditional lectures.

The session will be led by a member of the core nursing lecturing team supported by the simulation centre manager.

Early Childhood

Wednesday 14th March from 10am - 12pm
Barking Learning Centre
Room 115, 2 Town Square,
Barking IG11 7NB

Prospective applicants will gain an understanding of the exploration process we engage with in the Early Childhood Studies degree including a bitesize version of a lecture/seminar session as delivered in our programme.

This taster session will be delivered by Alison and Gemma, lecturers in Early Childhood Studies. They both have strong backgrounds as practitioners, Gemma in Early Years and Alison in Primary schools. Gemma recently published a book on Management & Leadership in the Early Years and Alison is researching on the image of working class male children in literature.

Psychosocial Theory and Practice

Monday 19th March from 10am - 12pm
Barking Learning Centre
Room 115, 2 Town Square,
Barking IG11 7NB

Are you interested in what makes people tick? Are you fascinated by how we develop throughout our lives from birth to old age and the relationships between individuals and their society? Are you a 'people' person and want to study life from a unique mix of psychological, psychoanalytic, sociological and cultural perspectives in order to take these skills in to employment or a career? Do you enjoy discovering the mysteries of human behaviour and understanding the complicated emotions we have such as love, joy, guilt and shame? The Psychosocial Theory and Practice course is about the real world, exploring real life issues that impact lives such as mental health, 'race', youth, media, gender, ageing, inequalities and surveillance.

This taster will be delivered by Dr Heather Price, Senior Lecturer in Psychosocial Theory & Practice and Programme Leader for the BA (Hons) Psychosocial Studies with Professional Practice. Heather has a teaching background in primary education and special educational needs.

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 To book a session, or to ask any questions, contact our Information, Advice and Guidance team.

Email: advisors@uel.ac.uk
Call: 0208 223 4354