Not sure what you want to do once you graduate? Come along to our Postgraduate Awareness Week, Monday 13th - Friday 17th November, to chat to us about your options.
Members of our Student Recruitment Team be available in the Gateway Building all week, and there will be a stand each day in the following locations:
A new system of Postgraduate loans for Masters Degrees in the UK has been introduced, these are non means-tested loans of up to £10,000 per year paid directly to students, Student Funds will be available daily to discuss your options.
At Liverpool Hope, we want our students to have the best possible chance to embark on stimulating, rewarding and successful careers. 96.5% of Liverpool Hope University graduates were in employment or further education six months after graduating in 2016, above the UK average of 93.9%. Our Careers and Employability team are available each day in the Gateway Building to support applications, interview advice and career prospects.
A full list of Postgraduate and Teacher Training opportunities please click here
The developing child in the modern society Speaker: Dr Lorna Bourke, Dr Antonio Zuffiano and Dr Belen Lopez Perez (Childlab Team), Department of Psychology Venue: EDEN 036 Powys Lecture Theatre - Children’s voices have become central to decisions that are made in society with regard to their well being within families and schools.
Dr Ian Percy, The Palindrome Triptychs (Part Two), Ultima Thule, Pixels Ensemble Remembrance Recital
The Great Hall, Creative Campus 7.30pm
Further details available here - The Palindrome Triptychs (Part Two)
Symposium organised by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre - The Balfour Declaration (1917-2017): Past, Present and Future
Eden Lecture Theatre
Social Work Film Season - screening of Pride (2014)
Further details available here - Screening of Pride
Social Policy Distinguished Lecture - Back to the future? Prospects for Labour policy on a renationalised NHS
Eden Lecture Theatre
Further details available here -Back to the future
There is also an exhibition at the Cornerstone Gallery at the Creative Campus which is open until 24 November, There But Different.
It features the works of artists Andrew Bracey, Danica Maier and Gerard Williams,
Further details available here - Cornerstone Gallery
For further information please contact the Student Recruitment Team on 0151 291 3111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Monday 13 November||6-9 pm||Disability & Professional Practice||David Bolt||EDEN008|
|Monday 13 November||6-9 pm||Education Policy, Governance & Professionalism||Konstanze Spohrer||EDEN004|
|Monday 13 November||6-9 pm||Cognitive Development||Jim Stack||EDEN005|
|Tuesday 14 November||6-9 pm||
The Development of Young Children's Thinking & Learning in Socio-Cultural Context
|Wednesday 15 November||6-9 pm||Learning, Teaching & Assessment||Maria Herrera||EDEN004|
|Wednesday 15 November||6-9 pm||Critical Disability Theory||David Bolt||EDEN008|
|Thursday 16 November||6-9 pm||Education Leadership & Management 1: Perspectives on Leadership||Sandra Lewis Beckett||EDEN005|