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  • Postgraduate Taught Courses Open Day Guide.

    Postgraduate Taught Courses Open Day Guide 2018–19.

  • 3 Postgraduate Taught Courses Open Day Guide

  • 12018–19

    A World Top 100 University QS World University Rankings 2018

    99% of research submitted to REF is internationally recognised, excellent or world leading Research Excellence Framework 2014

    Top 10 in the Russell Group for research output The Russell Group represents 24 leading UK universities committed to the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience and unrivalled links with business and the public sector

    No 1 Students’ Union for ten years running Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018

    6 Nobel Prize winners

    £4m Postgraduate scholarships funded in 2017–18

    1.3 million books and periodicals in the library

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    Our Postgraduate Study Fair 4

    General talks 5

    A-Z of department talks 6

    Campus tours 10

    100+ Scholarships 11

    Accommodation tours 12

    Library tours 13

    Planning your day 14

    Sheffield 16

    How to get here 18

    Getting around 20

    Campus map 22

    Where to eat 24

    Access for all 26

    What happens next? 27

    Contents

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    Whether you want to explore your undergraduate subject or switch and learn a profession like management, teaching or law we’ll show you how you can turn your passion into a career.

    We teach the very latest thinking: new and emerging fields of study, new technologies and new practices. You’ll develop powerful insight, independence, creativity and technical skills.

    We also run specialist courses for experienced professionals who want to develop their careers.

    Whatever your next level is, we’ll get you there.

    Studying at Sheffield is about taking your career and your life to the next level.

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    Our Postgraduate Study Fair

    10.30am–2pm The Octagon, map ref 118

    If you want to pick up a prospectus or get information about any aspect of postgraduate study at Sheffield, this is your one-stop shop.

    Registration Desk The Registration Desk is your first port of call. Register your attendance any time between 10.30am and 2pm. The Octagon (map ref 118)

    Meet our students Chat with members of our Postgraduate Society as well as current students in our Faculty Zone. This is your chance to talk to students from all faculties about their postgraduate experience and to find out what makes Sheffield unique.

    The Octagon 10.30am–2pm (map ref 118)

    Main Exhibition Staff and students from all our academic departments and faculties will be here including: • Faculty of Social Sciences • Faculty of Arts and Humanities • Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry

    and Health • Faculty of Engineering • Faculty of Science

    So will the people who run our support services, including: • Accommodation for

    postgraduates • The Careers Service • Libraries • Computing • Support for disabled students • Sports • 301: the academic skills centre • Students’ Union • International • Finance • Student Services

    Information Desk • Admissions

    The Octagon 10.30am–2pm (map ref 118)

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    Welcome to Postgraduate Study at the University of Sheffield 11am

    How to Apply 11.15am Experts from our Admissions team will talk you through the application process to ensure you know exactly what you need to do.

    Postgraduate Finance & Funding 11.45am Colleagues from our Finance team will guide you through a range of funding opportunities, where to look for it and how to apply.

    The Sheffield Postgraduate Experience 12.15pm Current students talk about what makes Sheffield special.

    Where Can Postgraduate Study Take Me? 12.45pm Colleagues from our Careers Service will explain the benefits of postgraduate study and where it might take you.

    General talks

    The Octagon, map ref 118

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    A–Z of department talks

    Talk to the staff and students who specialise in your subject. Map references refer to the separate Campus Map

    Arts and Humanaties

    Subject When Where Details Map ref

    Archaeology 2pm The View, Bioincubator Talk, Q&A and Tour 183

    English Language and Linguistics 2pm 38 Mappin Street – Classroom 11 Talk and Q&A 207

    Applied Linguistics with TESOL (November only)

    2pm 38 Mappin Street – Classroom 12 Talk and Q&A 207

    Applied Linguistics with TESOL (February only)

    2pm The Diamond – Meeting Room 1 Talk and Q&A 199

    Creative Writing English Literature Literature, Culture and Society English Studies Theatre and Performance Studies

    2pm Humanities Research Institute Conference Room

    Talk and Q&A 196

    History 2pm Humanities Research Institute Seminar Room

    Talk and Q&A 196

    Modern Languages and Cultures (includes French, Germanic, Hispanic, Latin American and Catalan Studies) (February only)

    Further details to be confirmed. Please contact UK Recruitment for further information about this course (ukrec@sheffield.ac.uk, 0114 2229872)

    Music 2pm Jessop Building – Ensemble Room 2

    Talk, Q&A and Tour 188

    Philosophy 2pm 45 Victoria Street Talk, Q&A and Tour 161

    Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (SIIBS) (November only)

    2pm Jessop Building – Seminar Room 207

    Talk and Q&A 188

    Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (SIIBS) (February only)

    2pm Hicks Building - Pool Seminar Room F35 Talk and Q&A 121

    Translation Studies, Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Communication and Development, Screen Translation, Multilingual Information Management

    2pm 38 Mappin Street – Classroom 6 Q&A with Staff from MA’s in Translation and Intercultural Studies

    207

    Crossways in Cultural Narratives (MUNDUS) 2pm Jessop West – Floor 3, Room 3.41 1-2-1 with Dr Sophie Watt

    184

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    Engineering

    Subject When Where Details Map ref

    Advanced Aerospace Technology, Aerospace Engineering

    2pm The Diamond Kitchen (café) The Diamond

    Drop-in Session and Tour

    199

    Automatic Control Systems Engineering 2pm Amy Johnson Building – Reception Talk and Q&A 173

    Chemical and Biological Engineering 2pm Sir Robert Hadfield Building – Student Support Office, C62a

    Drop in and Q&A 172

    Civil and Structural Engineering 2pm Mappin Broad Lane Building – The Student Support Office, Room D114. Mappin (accessible through Pam Liversidge Building – map ref no 174, or Sir Robert Hadfield Building – map ref no 172)

    Drop-in Session 170

    Computational Medicine 2pm The Diamond Kitchen (café) The Diamond

    Drop-in Session and Tour

    199

    Computer Science (November only) 2pm Regent Court - Main Lewin Lab Drop-in Session 166

    Computer Science (February only) 2pm Regent Court - First Floor, Ada Lovelace Room

    Drop-in Session 166

    Electronic and Electrical Engineering (November only)

    2pm 38 Mappin Street - Classroom 10 Talk and Q&A 207

    Electronic and Electrical Engineering (February only)

    2pm 38 Mappin Street - Classroom 3 Talk and Q&A 207

    Materials Science and Engineering 2pm Sir Robert Hadfield Building - Reception Talk and Tour 172

    Mechanical Engineering 2pm 38 Mappin Street - Classroom 8 Talk 172

    Medicine, Dentistry and Health

    Subject When Where Details Map ref

    Acquired Communication Disorders, Language and Communication Impairment in Children, Speech and Language Therapy, Speech Difficulties (November only)

    2pm School of Clinical Dentistry – Seminar Room 1

    Talk 47

    Acquired Communication Disorders, Language and Communication Impairment in Children, Speech and Language Therapy, Speech Difficulties (February only)

    2pm Elmfield Building – Computer Room EF111

    Talk 31

    Cardiovascular Medicine: 23.25 mmFrom Molecules to Man

    2pm Medical School – Foyer area, C Floor Informal Chat 88

    Dentistry 2pm School of Clinical Dentistry Foyer Informal chat 47

    Human Nutrition 2pm ScHARR - Regent Court, Reception Drop-in Session 166

    Medicine in Society 2pm Medical School – Foyer area, C Floor Drop-in Session 88

    Molecular Medicine 2pm Medical School – Foyer area, C Floor Drop-in Session 88

    Musculoskeletal ageing 2pm Medical School – Foyer area, C Floor Drop-in Session 88

    Nursing and Midwifery 2pm Barber House Annexe, Reception Talk and Informal Chat 93

    Physicians Associate Studies 2pm Medical School – B Floor, Lecture Theatre 2

    Informal Chat and Q&A 88

    Public Health, Health Services Research, Management and Leadership, Clinical Research, Health Economics and Decision Modelling

    2pm ScHARR - Regent Court, Reception Drop-in Session 166

    Reproductive and Developmental Medicine 2pm Jessop Wing, 4th Floor Drop-in Session 86

    Translational Neuroscience, Clinical Neurology, Translational Neuropathology, Genomic Medicine