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Subject Conferences

Our Subject Conferences are designed to help boost subject knowledge and provide engaging information about your subject. These are aimed at students currently studying for AS/A2 Levels, BTEC or equivalent qualifications.

Taking place on Wednesday afternoons, students will work with our lecturers to find out more about key areas of study in their subject. Our Subject Conferences run from October to March.

People who have taken part in our 2015-16 Subject Conferences have said:

"The visit introduced me to a world of subjects I have never thought about when I come to university" (Student participant)

"Fantastic, well organised and relevant sessions! Invite us back next year!" (Teacher)

For 2016-17 we will be running the following subjects:

2nd November 2016

Creative Performing Arts

2nd November 2016

Computer Science (FULL)

2nd November 2016

Disability & Education (FULL)

9th November 2016

Drama

9th November 2016

Electronic Engineering (FULL)

9th November 2016

Fine & Applied Arts (FULL)

11th November 2016

Tolkien Symposium

14-15th November 2016

Romeo & Juliet performance/talk 

(Limited tickets)

16th November 2016

Dance

16th November 2016

Mathematics

23rd November 2016

Art & Design History

23rd November 2016

Geography

30th November 2016

Health & Social Care (FULL)

30th November 2016

English Language

7th December 2016

Theology, Philosophy & Religous Studies

7th December 2016

Psychology

11th January 2017

Law

18th January 2017

Biology

18th January 2017

Media

18th January 2017

Disability & Education

25th January 2017

Criminology

25th January 2017

Creative Writing

1st February 2017

Sociology

1st February 2017

Film & Visual Culture

8th February 2017

English Literature

8th February 2017

Early Childhood Studies

8th February 2017

Psychology

5th March 2017

Tourism

We can also offer bespoke visits for your students.   

For more information, or to reserve places, please contact Andrew Cooper on coopera@hope.ac.uk or 0151 291 3739.