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17 November 2009
Prospective postgraduate students who want more information on courses, funding and opportunities available at Cardiff are being urged to attend the University’s annual Open Day event.
The two part event, which takes place on Wednesday 25th November in the Main Building and the dedicated Graduate Centre for postgraduate students in the Students’ Union between 11.00 – 4.30 and from 5.00 – 7.30, is an opportunity for prospective students to find out more about the University and the postgraduate programmes on offer.
There will also be an opportunity to talk to staff, gain an insight into the University environment and postgraduate student community.
Pam Clarke, the University’s Head of Postgraduate Recruitment, said: "The University’s annual Postgraduate Open Day is an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in furthering their studies to get the advice they need. The Postgraduate Recruitment team will be on-hand, as well as a whole host of academic staff, administrators and current postgraduates to answer any questions.
"For the second year running we will be holding an evening event offering visitors the chance to network with staff and postgraduates from a number of Schools.
"It really is an excellent opportunity to sample what the Cardiff postgraduate experience has to offer."
The University is a major centre for postgraduates from throughout the UK, the European Union and the rest of the world. Renowned internationally for both teaching and research, the University is currently home to over 7,000 postgraduates.
The wealth of expertise at the University is reflected in the wide range of full-time taught and research degrees offered to prospective postgraduate students.
The University offers over 170 Taught Master’s degrees, Diploma and Certificate courses, while research areas for MPhil and PhD degrees are available in all of our academic schools spanning disciplines from healthcare, education and humanities, physical sciences and engineering, pharmacy and social sciences, music and medicine.
For part-time students there is also flexibility, with a number of courses offering part-time study and, in some cases, distance learning opportunities.
For further information, and to register for the event please visit:
For those unable to attend the event, further information is also available at: http://coursefinder.cardiff.ac.uk/postgraduate/index.html or by contacting the Postgraduate Recruitment Office on 029 2087 0084 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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