Join our friendly online taster sessions to discover what it's like to study your chosen subject at university. You might even meet your future lecturer.

Not only are taster lectures a great way to get a feel for a subject, you can also ask questions and even write about it on your personal statement.

Questions? Email us at HEwebinars@uea.ac.uk

The full Programme

  • Business strategy
    Strategy comes first; all other aspects of business will follow. In business, understanding and responding to strategic issues and opportunities always involves decision-making. Leaders and managers must understand strategy for effective decision-making, and therefore their ability to analyse, formulate and implement good strategy is critical for overall organisational growth and success. We all need strategy either at individual or professional level, so this session is for anyone who wants to have a successful future.
    Monday 4 July, 11.15-12.15 - details and register
  • Being a teacher in 2035 - what will it look like?
    Full talk details will be confirmed shortly.
    Tuesday 5 July, 15.35-16.20 - details and register
  • Engineering faculty tour
    In the last 3 years, the School of Engineering at UEA has expanded following a significant £7.4 million investment to develop Productivity East – a regional hub for engineering, technology and management. On this tour, we will introduce our new state of the art facilities and the expertise within the faculty by demonstrating how undergraduate students access them through lectures, tutorials and via exciting and diverse project work.
    Thursday 30 June, 16.15-17.15 - details and register
  • Politics: Focus on political parties
    'Why did Nan vote for Boris?' In this discussion, Dr Eitan Tzelgov will argue that politics is much more interesting than football because the party never stops! Parties are always fighting for our votes, using different spins, strategies, and calculations. But, why do they bother if Nana always votes for the Tories? We will talk about parties in the UK but also about trends in party politics outside that we can learn from.
    Wednesday 29 June, 12.45-13.45 - details and register
  • Clearing in five easy steps: A session for students and their parents or carers
    Results day is just around the corner, and even if you’re not planning on using clearing, it’s a good idea to be prepared for all eventualities! In this session for students and their parents or carers, we will cover everything you need to know about clearing – including the chance to hear a mock call – so you’ll know just what to expect when the big day arrives.
    Monday 25 July, 18:00-18:45 - details and register

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.

Preparing for University MOOC

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