11 April 2018Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: Geography Building, Mile End campus, London E1 4NS
This taster day will give students an opportunity to learn how to collect, analyse and present data through investigating the broad topics of carbon water cycling (in ecosystems) and changing places. The day is aimed at helping to prepare students for their A-level project, as well as to provide a university experience and an insight into our exciting geography and environmental science degree programmes at QMUL.
Duration: One day (10.00am-4.00pm)
Subject areas: Geography, Environmental Science
Course requirements: This taster course is open to Year 12 students or anyone considering starting their undergraduate studies in September 2019, including those who are not studying Geography or Environmental Science at AS/A2 level. When applying to this taster course you will be asked to submit no more than 150 words on why you are interested in studying this subject. You will be selected for this event based on your answer.