University Graduate School coffee and cake morning for new postgraduate researchers (24 September)

Arts and Law, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Life and Environmental Sciences, Medical and Dental Sciences, Research, Social Sciences, Students, Teaching
Thursday 24th September (10:00-12:30)
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View of Westmere House form Edgbaston Park Road

The University Graduate School coffee and cake mornings are a great opportunity to meet other new postgraduate researchers. There will be an opportunity to meet some of the University's support providers for postgraduate researchers, get advice about how to start your postgraduate research and opportunities to get involved with the Postgraduate and Mature Students' Association (PGMSA) - all in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere! This year we will also be celebrating the launch of the new postgraduate researcher hub, Westmere House (G15 on the Campus Map). You can find out all about the development of Westmere from the University Graduate School Tumblr.

Please note that this event is exactly the same as the coffee and cake morning on 23 and 30 September - there is no need to book onto all dates. You are welcome to attend any time during the morning and stay for as long as you like.

Refreshments and cake will be provided.


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