Category Archives: Humanities & Social Science

Humanities & Social Science

Year 12 Conference at the University of Leeds

A Taste of Social Science 21st OR 22nd June 2016

Social Sciences Outreach Team

Geography – Law – Sociology and Social Policy (SSP) – Politics and International Studies (POLIS) 

The programme includes a careers talk, interactive seminars and group-work, and an informal Q&A session with current undergraduate students on the ‘student experience’ here at Leeds. This event aims to provide a showcase of the social sciences, illustrating the breadth of choice available in higher education, and give students a taste of what it’s like to study at university.

The event is FREE to attend and lunch will be provided. SEE YOUR EMAILS FOR THE BOOKING FORM.

Booking deadline – Friday 10th June 2016

MMU Postgraduate Fair

Find out about courses in the Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Science….

Wednesday 18 May, 2-6pm
Business School, Manchester Campus

Following on from the success of our recent Virtual Open Day, we would like to invite you to meet us in person at our Postgraduate Courses Fair. At the event you will be able to attend subjects sessions, meet staff, pick up a prospectus and find out about postgraduate loans.

This month is also your last chance to apply for the Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Science scholarships. We will be offering sixteen scholarships to assist students with financing their Masters studies. Students applying for full or part-time study on any taught Masters Programmes in the Faculty are eligible for these scholarships which will pay 50% of the fees for Masters study. Applications must be received by Friday 27 May (terms and conditions apply – see website for details)



History Taster Day – Nottingham University

Wednesday 22 June 2016 University-of-Nottingham-logo

Nottingham University welcomes any Y12 student who is interested in or thinking about studying History at university. Students will receive 2 x academic taster sessions, an admissions talk and Q&A, a tour of the university and library/archives session, and an opportunity to meet current staff and students. Attendance is free of charge but students will need to make their own way to campus.

If you have any questions about the day, please contact:, or on 0115 951 5938.

Please email Mrs Gillibrand to register: