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2017 university taster courses by subject area
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Applications to the following taster courses below are now open. Please visit our website london.ac.uk/tasters to apply or follow the relevant link below. All taster courses below are subject to change.
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SubjectCourse CodeTitle of Taster Course (subject to change)UniversityDate SortDate/Times (subject to change)Places available?How to applyDetailsCourse Requirements
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Ancient HistoryKC1832ClassicsKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1832Join the Department of Classics to discover more about the fascinating study of our Classical World. You will learn more about our classical history, archaeology, ancient literature and the meeting between ancient and modern literature. There will also be a talk on studying Classics at King's, with the opportunity to meet current students. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should be aiming to achieve grades AAA-AAB at A Level (or equivalent).
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Ancient HistoryKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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AnthropologyQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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Biochemical EngineeringUC1853Virtual open day for Biochemical EngineeringUCL16/11/2017Thursday 16 November 2017, 2pm - 3pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/UC1853The Department of Biochemical Engineering at UCL is running a virtual online open day on Thursday 16 November 2017, 2pm - 3pm.

The virtual open day will be presented by Dr Qasim Rafiq, Senior Lecturer.

Sign up now to join the virtual open day!
This open day is for all prospective undergraduate students who are interested in studying Biochemical Engineering at university.
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BrazilKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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CatalanKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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ClassicsKC1832ClassicsKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1832Join the Department of Classics to discover more about the fascinating study of our Classical World. You will learn more about our classical history, archaeology, ancient literature and the meeting between ancient and modern literature. There will also be a talk on studying Classics at King's, with the opportunity to meet current students. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should be aiming to achieve grades AAA-AAB at A Level (or equivalent).
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ClassicsKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Comparative LiteratureKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Comparative LiteratureKC1858Thinking about studying English?King's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1858So, you're thinking about studying an English degree at university but you're not quite sure which area to focus on. Do you know about all the exciting options you have?

Join us at this unique taster event and experience not just our fantastic English degree but also our dynamic Comparative Literature BA and our excellent English Language & Linguistics BA.

At the event you will take part in a taster seminar on all three areas, so you can experience them all - perfect for helping you think about which you would like to pursue: - Comparative Literature BA - English Literature BA - English Language & Linguistics BA
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You must be studying an English A Level or equivalent.
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CultureKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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Development StudiesKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Digital CultureKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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EconomicsKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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EnglishKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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EnglishKC1858Thinking about studying English?King's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1858So, you're thinking about studying an English degree at university but you're not quite sure which area to focus on. Do you know about all the exciting options you have?

Join us at this unique taster event and experience not just our fantastic English degree but also our dynamic Comparative Literature BA and our excellent English Language & Linguistics BA.

At the event you will take part in a taster seminar on all three areas, so you can experience them all - perfect for helping you think about which you would like to pursue: - Comparative Literature BA - English Literature BA - English Language & Linguistics BA
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You must be studying an English A Level or equivalent.
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English (Literature)KC1858Thinking about studying English?King's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1858So, you're thinking about studying an English degree at university but you're not quite sure which area to focus on. Do you know about all the exciting options you have?

Join us at this unique taster event and experience not just our fantastic English degree but also our dynamic Comparative Literature BA and our excellent English Language & Linguistics BA.

At the event you will take part in a taster seminar on all three areas, so you can experience them all - perfect for helping you think about which you would like to pursue: - Comparative Literature BA - English Literature BA - English Language & Linguistics BA
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You must be studying an English A Level or equivalent.
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English LanguageKC1842BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November, 1pm- 4.30pm Yeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1842Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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English LanguageKC1851BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London07/02/2018Wednesday 7 February 2018, 1pm – 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1851Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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English LanguageKC1852BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London14/03/2018Wednesday 14 March, 1pm – 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1852Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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English LanguageKC1852BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London14/03/2018Wednesday 14 March, 1pm – 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1852Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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English LiteratureKC1842BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November, 1pm- 4.30pm Yeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1842Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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English LiteratureKC1851BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London07/02/2018Wednesday 7 February 2018, 1pm – 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1851Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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Environmental SciencesKC1817GeographyKing's College London13/12/2017Wednesday 13 December 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1817The aim of this taster course is to provide an experience of geography at King’s College. You will have the opportunity to see an experiment in our new physical geography laboratory, create a map using the latest GIS software, hear how geography addresses some of today's pressing problems, find out how geography can help you in your career and put questions to current students. Taster days are held regularly throughout the year. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students. Students should be taking Geography at AS and /or A level or equivalent.
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Environmental SciencesKC1812GeographyKing's College London17/01/2018Wednesday 17 January 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1812The aim of this taster course is to provide an experience of geography at King’s College. You will have the opportunity to see an experiment in our new physical geography laboratory, create a map using the latest GIS software, hear how geography addresses some of today's pressing problems, find out how geography can help you in your career and put questions to current students. Taster days are held regularly throughout the year. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students. Students should be taking Geography at AS and /or A level or equivalent.
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Environmental SciencesKC1813GeographyKing's College London14/02/2018Wednesday 14 February 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1813The aim of this taster course is to provide an experience of geography at King’s College. You will have the opportunity to see an experiment in our new physical geography laboratory, create a map using the latest GIS software, hear how geography addresses some of today's pressing problems, find out how geography can help you in your career and put questions to current students. Taster days are held regularly throughout the year. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students. Students should be taking Geography at AS and /or A level or equivalent.
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Film StudiesKC1835Film Studies at King's College LondonKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 3.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1835Passionate about cinema and thinking about studying film at university? Join us for a taster day in the department of Film Studies and find out what its like to study Film at King's.

As a part of this taster session, you will join us for a film screening and will be invited to take part in a sample seminar. You will also meet our lecturers and current film students - who will be talking you about life at as a Film Studies BA student.

Our Film Studies BA is the only single-honours degree in film studies taught by a dedicated film studies team in central London and we are consistently one of the best departments for the study of film in the UK (Guardian University Guide).
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Film StudiesKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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FrenchKC1860French Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1860Follow your passion and study French at King’s. Our BA programmes incorporate the most exciting recent developments in francophone culture and thought- join us to take part in mini seminars with our world class academics, you will be taken on a tour of the campus and learn more about what it would be like to study French at King’s. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You must be studying French at A Level (or equivalent) and aiming to achieve grade A.
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FrenchIP1856Online French Taster Course with Dr Geoffrey RogerUniversity of London Institute in Paris16/11/2017Thursday 16 November 2017, 4.30pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/IP1856Join us for our online French taster course with Dr Geoffrey Roger, Lecturer in French Studies and Language Programme Coordinator at the University of London Institute in Paris. This linguistics course will answer the following question: "Comment le français est-il devenu la langue majoritaire en France?". Discover France's complex language history and understand how the French became the dominant language.

This will be a 30-minute lecture delivered in French and will be followed by a 30-minute live Q&A session where you will be able to ask any questions you may have about our French Studies programmes.

Please note, that if you are joining us from the UK the event takes will take place at 4:30 pm GMT. You will need to register ahead on our I-vent platform to access the online course.
This online taster course is for anyone considering studying French at university. You must sign up online in advance to participate.
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FrenchKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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GeographyKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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GeographyKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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GeographyQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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GeographyKC1817GeographyKing's College London13/12/2017Wednesday 13 December 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1817The aim of this taster course is to provide an experience of geography at King’s College. You will have the opportunity to see an experiment in our new physical geography laboratory, create a map using the latest GIS software, hear how geography addresses some of today's pressing problems, find out how geography can help you in your career and put questions to current students. Taster days are held regularly throughout the year. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students. Students should be taking Geography at AS and /or A level or equivalent.
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GeographyKC1812GeographyKing's College London17/01/2018Wednesday 17 January 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1812The aim of this taster course is to provide an experience of geography at King’s College. You will have the opportunity to see an experiment in our new physical geography laboratory, create a map using the latest GIS software, hear how geography addresses some of today's pressing problems, find out how geography can help you in your career and put questions to current students. Taster days are held regularly throughout the year. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students. Students should be taking Geography at AS and /or A level or equivalent.
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GeographyKC1813GeographyKing's College London14/02/2018Wednesday 14 February 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1813The aim of this taster course is to provide an experience of geography at King’s College. You will have the opportunity to see an experiment in our new physical geography laboratory, create a map using the latest GIS software, hear how geography addresses some of today's pressing problems, find out how geography can help you in your career and put questions to current students. Taster days are held regularly throughout the year. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students. Students should be taking Geography at AS and /or A level or equivalent.
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GermanKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Global HealthKC1850Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1850Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Global HealthQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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Global HealthKC1854Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London17/1/2018Wednesday 17 January 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1854Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Global HealthKC1855Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London7/2/2018Wednesday 7 February 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1855Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Government & PoliticsKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Health KC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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HealthcareQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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HistoryKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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HistoryKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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HistoryKC1833History at King's College LondonKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1.30pm - 5.30pmShort Waiting Listhttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1833The King’s History degree is designed to develop critical thinking and independence of thought about the past, as well as excellence in oral and written communication and argument. Our unrivaled range of options ensures you can choose an exciting programme of study to develop your interests.

King's College London has a world-class reputation for the study of History and our graduates have excellent career prospects. Join us to find out more about why you should study history at King’s and why history matters today.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You must be studying History at A level (or equivalent) with a predicted grade A (or equivalent).
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HistoryKC1832ClassicsKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1832Join the Department of Classics to discover more about the fascinating study of our Classical World. You will learn more about our classical history, archaeology, ancient literature and the meeting between ancient and modern literature. There will also be a talk on studying Classics at King's, with the opportunity to meet current students. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should be aiming to achieve grades AAA-AAB at A Level (or equivalent).
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IberiaKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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International DevelopmentKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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International PoliticsKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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International RelationsKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Latin AmericaKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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Liberal ArtsKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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LinguisticsKC1842BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November, 1pm- 4.30pm Yeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1842Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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LinguisticsKC1851BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London07/02/2018Wednesday 7 February 2018, 1pm – 4.30pmhttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1851Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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LinguisticsKC1852BA English Language & LinguisticsKing's College London14/03/2018Wednesday 14 March, 1pm – 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1852Interested in how language works? Love using language in different ways? Fascinated by English as the common language in multilingual areas, such as London? Find out more about a degree in English Language & Linguistics where you can study these areas and more over the course of a three year degree. You’ll have options to study a foreign language or literature modules as part of the whole as you learn more about language – how we learn it, how to teach it, why it’s so important in our communication, and how to make it work for you.

Join the School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London to find out more about studying English Language & Linguistics on a taster afternoon. See the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for this degree will need to have English Language, English Literature, a modern foreign language or Psychology at grade A A-level or HL for IB.
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LinguisticsKC1858Thinking about studying English?King's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1858So, you're thinking about studying an English degree at university but you're not quite sure which area to focus on. Do you know about all the exciting options you have?

Join us at this unique taster event and experience not just our fantastic English degree but also our dynamic Comparative Literature BA and our excellent English Language & Linguistics BA.

At the event you will take part in a taster seminar on all three areas, so you can experience them all - perfect for helping you think about which you would like to pursue: - Comparative Literature BA - English Literature BA - English Language & Linguistics BA
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You must be studying an English A Level or equivalent.
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LiteratureKC1832ClassicsKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1832Join the Department of Classics to discover more about the fascinating study of our Classical World. You will learn more about our classical history, archaeology, ancient literature and the meeting between ancient and modern literature. There will also be a talk on studying Classics at King's, with the opportunity to meet current students. This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should be aiming to achieve grades AAA-AAB at A Level (or equivalent).
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MathematicsKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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MedicineQM1823Medicine: A Dose of being a DoctorQueen Mary University of London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.45pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1823The Medicine Taster Day, hosted by Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, will give students the opportunity to visit Queen Mary’s Whitechapel campus and find out what’s involved in studying this subject at university.

Students will have the chance to take part in subject specific clinical skills sessions, allowing them to practically experience what being a doctor involves.

There will also be information provided about how to maximise your chances of getting a place on these competitive degrees, and the chance to speak to current students about what studying Medicine is really like.

IMPORTANT: This taster course is open to year 12 students who attend a school or sixth form college located in London only (your school must be located within a London Borough) and who meet the requirements listed below. The taster course is vastly oversubscribed with limited places and applicants must meet the taster course requirements below to be considered for selection.

Places will be allocated on the basis of the requirements met and the 150 words you will be asked to write when applying. Once we have received your completed application, the Taster Course Programme office will let you know if you have gained a place or not on the taster course shortly after the application deadline below.

Application deadline: 5pm on Wednesday 15 November 2017.
This taster course is ONLY open to students who are:

1) in year 12

2) currently studying Biology and/or Chemistry at A level (or equivalent)

3) have achieved AAABBB at GCSE (to include English Language, Maths, Biology and Chemistry – or double science)

4) attend a London school (Your school must be located in a London Borough)

And who meet one or more of the following criteria (on top of the above):

I. Have previously been or currently are eligible for free school meals
II. Have no parental history of Higher Education
III. Have parents from non-professional occupations
IV. Have lived, or are currently living, under local authority care
V. Have a disability
VI. Come from neighbourhoods with low
overall progression rates to higher education
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Medicine (related/alternatives to)KC1850Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1850Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Medicine (related/alternatives to)QM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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Medicine (related/alternatives to)KC1854Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London17/1/2018Wednesday 17 January 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1854Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Medicine (related/alternatives to)KC1855Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London7/2/2018Wednesday 7 February 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1855Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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MexicoKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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MidwiferyKC1843BSc Midwifery Taster DayKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1843
Join us for a chance to learn more about studying BSc Midwifery at King’s College London! This course is for students who wish to become competent midwifery practitioners who are confident in promoting high quality evidence based maternity care to women, babies and their families.

Our taster days are a great way to learn more about studying this course at King’s and whether it’s right for you.
Learn more about the course content and structure from a member of our academic staff
Hear from our student ambassadors about what they enjoy about the course, - life at King’s, and studying in London
Find out how to apply and what we are looking for
Take part in a clinical skills session and get some hands-on experience in our - Simulation and Interactive Learning centre.
Light refreshments will be provided.
PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this event based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful. Thank you.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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MusicKC1859Studying Music at King's College LondonKing's College London13/12/2017Wednesday 13 December 2017, 1pm - 3.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1859Join the Department of Music at King's College London for this festive taste of the department. You will be able to take part in a sample seminar with our world class academics, tour our newly refurbished, state of the art Music department and talk with our current students about their experience on the course.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this event based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful. Thank you.
This taster course is open to year 12 or students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2019. You must be studying Music A Level or equivalent.
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MusicKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Nursing (Adult Nursing)KC1801PGDip/BSc Adult Nursing Taster DayKing's College London15/11/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1801Join us for a chance to learn more about studying Adult Nursing at King’s College London! This course is for students who wish to care for adults in a variety of settings including primary health care, acute medical and/surgical units, accident and emergency, and critical care.

Our taster days are a great way to learn more about studying this course at King’s and whether it’s right for you.
Learn more about the course content and structure from a member of our academic staff
Hear from our student ambassadors about what they enjoy about the course, - life at King’s, and studying in London
Find out how to apply and what we are looking for
Take part in a clinical skills session and get some hands-on experience in our - Simulation and Interactive Learning centre.
Light refreshments will be provided.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this event based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful. Thank you.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Nursing (Children's Nursing)KC1847BSc/PGDip Children’s Nursing Taster DayKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1847Join us for a chance to learn more about studying Children’s Nursing at King’s College London! This course is for students who wish to care for children, young people and their families in hospital, community and primary healthcare settings. Our taster days are a great way to learn more about studying this course at King’s and whether it’s right for you.
Learn more about the course content and structure from a member of our academic staff
Hear from our student ambassadors about what they enjoy about the course, - life at King’s, and studying in London
Find out how to apply and what we are looking for
Take part in a clinical skills session and get some hands-on experience in our - Simulation and Interactive Learning centre.
Light refreshments will be provided.
PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this event based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful. Thank you.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should ideally be studying a health, science or social science subject.
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Nursing (Mental Health Nursing)KC1845BSc/PGDip Mental Health Nursing Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1845Join us for a chance to learn more about studying Mental Health Nursing at King’s College London! This course is for students who wish to work with people who have both acute and ongoing mental health problems, and their carers. Our taster days are a great way to learn more about studying this course at King’s and whether it’s right for you.
Learn more about the course content and structure from a member of our academic staff
Hear from our student ambassadors about what they enjoy about the course, - life at King’s, and studying in London
Find out how to apply and what we are looking for
Take part in a clinical skills session and get some hands-on experience in our Simulation and Interactive Learning centre.
Light refreshments will be provided.
PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this event based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful. Thank you.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should ideally be studying a health, science or social science subject
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PhilosophyKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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PoliticsKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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PoliticsKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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PoliticsQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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PopulationQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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PortugueseKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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PortugueseKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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PsychologyKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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PsychologyKC1845BSc/PGDip Mental Health Nursing Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1845Join us for a chance to learn more about studying Mental Health Nursing at King’s College London! This course is for students who wish to work with people who have both acute and ongoing mental health problems, and their carers. Our taster days are a great way to learn more about studying this course at King’s and whether it’s right for you.
Learn more about the course content and structure from a member of our academic staff
Hear from our student ambassadors about what they enjoy about the course, - life at King’s, and studying in London
Find out how to apply and what we are looking for
Take part in a clinical skills session and get some hands-on experience in our Simulation and Interactive Learning centre.
Light refreshments will be provided.
PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this event based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful. Thank you.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. You should ideally be studying a health, science or social science subject
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PsychologyKC1705BSc Psychology Taster DayKing's College London01/11/2017Wednesday 1 November 2017, 10am - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1706Come and meet the BSc Psychology Team at King's College London and find out more about this new and exciting course at our Taster Day. Hear from Programme Leader Dr Mike Aitken-Deakin give an overview of the programme, ask questions from our expert panel of current students, get involved in our series of workshops and take a tour of our Guy's campus and halls of residences and experience our new Psychology department facilties.

The BSc in Psychology at King's is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), is delivered by world experts and is enriched by current research at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. One of the world’s leading centres for interdisciplinary research in psychiatry and psychology.

This new degree draws upon the expertise of the Institute, the NHS and a wide range of world-leading researchers and practitioners across King’s, from neuroscience to the social sciences, in order to present multiple approaches to the application of psychological science. Designed to reflect the key role of psychology within interdisciplinary research, the course will ask students to apply insights from this research to a variety of contemporary problems. You will be required to develop your analytic, critical thinking and problem-solving skills along with your core scientific knowledge.
This taster course is open to year 12 or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018. You should be aiming to get the entry requirements AAA at A level (or equivalent) and you must currently be studying one from the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. In addition, applications are required to have English and Mathematics at GCSE grade B or above.
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Public HealthQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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ReligionKC1826Religion and TheologyKing's College London08/11/2017Wednesday 8 November 2017, 1pm - 4pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1826This taster course will provide an experience of the three religion and theology-related degrees that are offered at King’s College London.

You will take part in interactive lectures, engage with issues such as Islam in contemporary politics or the history of religion in London, see the campus, and ask questions of faculty and students about King’s teaching, career opportunities, and London student life
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Religion / Religious StudiesKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Social MedicineKC1850Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1850Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Social MedicineKC1854Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London17/1/2018Wednesday 17 January 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1854Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Social MedicineKC1855Global Health & Social MedicineKing's College London7/2/2018Wednesday 7 February 2018, 1pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1855Join the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King's College London to find out more about studying Global Health & Social Medicine on a taster afternoon. Tour the campus, have a taster lecture, learn about studying at King's and quiz current students. This taster course is open to year 12 & 13 students. Students applying to study degrees offered by the department will be aiming for AAB at A-level or 35 points at IB with HL 665. Those wishing to study for the BSc will need to have Biology or Chemistry at A-level or HL for IB.
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Social SciencesKC1857Global Affairs Taster DayKing's College London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 12.30pm - 4.30pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1857International affairs and development combines elements of economics, geography, health, history, philosophy, politics and social science to explore the relationships between different countries and regions and the way their evolving stories shape international relations.

Find out more about studying one of our courses in Geography, Global Health & Social Medicine or International Development at King's College London. Our BA and BSc programmes offer a chance to explore the sustainability of communities and the planet, influence governments and examine some of the major issues confronting society, both in the UK and abroad. Our distinctive approach to international development focuses on 'emerging economies'.

This is an opportunity to get a taste for our programmes in the School of Global Affairs, tour our campus and meet and question some current students.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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Social SciencesQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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SociologyQM1808BSc Global Health Taster DayQueen Mary University of London06/12/2017Wednesday 6 December 2017, 10.30am - 1pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/QM1808This taster day will give prospective students an insight into our exciting and unique degree in Global Health at QMUL. The BSc programme will ground students in the different social science disciplines used to study global health and will prepare students for research and professional practice in the health sector and beyond.

A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy.

PLEASE NOTE: After you have submitted your application, we will email you within 5 working days to ask you to write in 150 words, why you are interested in studying this subject. Students will be selected for this course based on their answers. Once we have received your 150 words, we will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your application has been successful.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2017 or 2018. You must have 'B' grade at GCSE Maths and English and be predicted or hoping to achieve ABB at A Level.
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SpanishKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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SpanishKC1820Spanish and Portuguese: Languages and Cultures in a Global PerspectiveKing's College London22/11/2017Wednesday 22 November 2017, 2pm - 5pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1820In one part of this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about what it is like to study Spanish and Latin American Studies at University, either as single subjects or in combination with another language or discipline, such as Portuguese, French, German, English, Philosophy, Management or Film Studies. You will be participating in an informal class and meeting current students for a Q&A.

In the other part of this session, you will learn how, at King's College London, you can learn Portuguese from scratch and become a fluent speaker while combining your degree with Management, Spanish, French or German. You will discover how much Portuguese you already know, learn to speak some basic phrases and explore the possibilities of studying at University the language, histories and cultures of countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.

Apart from taster classes, you will also learn about career opportunities for graduates in Spanish and Portuguese.
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019. The course is suitable for Portuguese beginners and Spanish A level/GCSE students.
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TheologyKC1834Discover Liberal ArtsKing's College London29/11/2017Wednesday 29 November 2017, 1pm - 4.15pmYeshttps://tasters.gradsintocareers.co.uk/Courses/Details/KC1834Discover the opportunities of studying Liberal Arts at King’s College London. On a Liberal Arts degree YOU choose your major from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences- which is especially suited to students who want to be able to study across a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects.

At our taster event, you will experience what it means to be part of an interdisciplinary programme by joining our classroom discussion about the boundaries of traditional disciplines and how ideas can take a new turn when you study across subjects.

Join us and find out more about this exciting degree and discover the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree from the different modules to the opportunities of learning a language, doing an internship, and studying abroad.

Our majors may typically include: Classical & Hellenic Studies Classics Ancient History Comparative Literature Digital Culture English Film Studies French Geography German History Music Philosophy Politics Portuguese Spanish Theology & Religious Studies
This taster course is open to year 12 and 13 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2018 or 2019.
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