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The full Programme

  • Making sense of reports and accounts - Comparing two FTSE 100 companies
    Tuesday 19 March, 12.45-13.30 (link coming soon)
  • Chemistry: Principles of bonding applied to latest new materials
    Thursday 8 February, 14.05-14.50 (link coming soon)
  • Computational chemistry
    Thursday 21 March, 12.45-13.30 (link coming soon)
  • Algorithms, ethics and legislation
    Tuesday 27 February, 13.00-13.45 (link coming soon)
  • Market failure
    Monday 22 January, 16.15-17.15 (link coming soon)
  • Distribution of wealth
    Wednesday 24 January, 16.15-17.15 (link coming soon)
  • Aggregate demand - UK case study
    Monday 5 February, 11.15-12.00 (link coming soon)
  • Book Club: The Picture of Dorian Gray
    Thursday 29 February, 16.00-17.00 (link coming soon)
  • Creative writing workshop
    Wednesday 28 February, 16.30-17.30 (link coming soon)
  • Comparing texts: techniques and approaches
    Tuesday 12 March, 10.15-11.00 (link coming soon)
  • Book Club: A Streetcar Named Desire
    Wednesday 20 March, 10.10-11.00 (link coming soon)
  • Towards clean rivers and coasts
    Wednesday 13 March, 11.10-11.55 (link coming soon)
  • Research methods: Data handling and statistics - tips for non-mathematicians
    Wednesday 13 March, 14.10-15.00 (link coming soon)
  • Physical geography
    Monday 18 March, 16.15-17.15 (link coming soon)
  • Germany 1918-1945
    Tuesday 23 January, 09.10-09.55 (link coming soon)
  • The Making of a Superpower: USA, 1865–1975
    Wednesday 28 February, 14.15-15.00 (link coming soon)
  • French politics
    Thursday 18 January, 15.45-16.45 (link coming soon)
  • French film: Entre les Murs
    Thursday 14 March, 16.15-17.15 (link coming soon)
  • Maths at university
    Tuesday 6 February, 15.35-16.35 (link coming soon)
  • Pharmacology: Drug development
    Thursday 21 March, 16.00-16.45 (link coming soon)
  • Ethics and religion: Issues of life and death
    Thursday 14 March, 11.10-11.15 (link coming soon)
  • Neuroscience: A tour of the human brain in five recent discoveries
    Wednesday 17 January, 11.10-12.00 (link coming soon)
  • Exploring memory
    Thursday 29 February, 14.10-15.00 (link coming soon)


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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

UEA has also partnered with FutureLearn to deliver MOOCs – free, easily accessible online courses that are available to anyone. They’re a great way to develop your understanding of a subject – or to gain the general study skills you’ll need when you start university.

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