Our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies live Applicant Visit Days (AVD) will take place between March and May 2022. You can attend these events if you're an offer-holder for one of these courses:
- BA International Politics and Modern Languages
- BA Modern Languages
- BSc Politics and International Relations
- BSc Politics with Economics
Our AVDs are just for offer holders, and will give you a real insight into what it's like to study at the University. You will meet current students and members of staff from the Department and have the chance to ask all the questions you need to make your decision.
Admissions Tutor talks
Before attending an in-person AVD, we highly recommend that you watch our Admissions Tutor Talks, recorded at this year's Virtual AVD events.
Modern Languages students can watch Admissions Tutor Enrico Cecconi introduce our Modern Languages courses, with the help of a number of student ambassadors. And Admissions Tutor Fran Amery introduces Politics with Economics, Politics and International Relations, and International Politics with Modern Languages. We try not to repeat too much information across virtual and in-person events, so to get the full picture of information please do make time to watch the videos if you can.
In-person Applicant Visit Day schedules
The planned in-person dates are as follows:
Saturday 9 April: Politics with Economics, Politics and International Relations, International Politics and Modern Languages, and Modern Languages.
Wednesday 27 April: Modern Languages
Saturday 7 May: Politics with Economics and Politics and International Relations
Politics and International Relations / Politics with Economics
Saturday 7 May 2022
- Group 1 includes surnames A to D
- Group 2 includes surnames E to K
- Group 3 includes surnames L to R
- Group 4 includes surnames S to Z
Group 1 and Group 2 will start at 11am and finish at 2:45pm. Group 3 and Group 4 will start at 12:30pm and finish at 4:30pm.
It's really important that Group 1 and Group 2 attendees arrive at your group's start time for the 11am tour. Please head to the red flags outside the East Building, situated in the East Car Park. A small number of places may be available on our 3pm tour if you are unavoidably delayed and miss the start time.
|11am||12.30pm||Group 1 and Group 2||General campus tour with University Ambassadors||East Building foyer|
|12.30pm||1pm||All Groups||Registration & light lunch||Chancellors' Building (CB) Level 2 foyer|
|1pm||1:45pm||Group 1||Activity A - Interactive seminar followed by Q&A||CB 3.1|
|1pm||1:45pm||Group 2 and Group 4||Activity B - Placements and Activity C - Meet the staff and students||CB 2.6|
|1pm||1:45pm||Group 3||Activity A - Interactive seminar followed by Q&A||CB 3.9|
|1.45pm||2pm||All groups||Refreshments||CB 2.6 foyer and CB Level 3 foyer|
|2pm||2:45pm||Group 1 and Group 3||Activity B - Placements and Activity C - Meet the staff and students||CB 2.6|
|2pm||2:45pm||Group 2||Activity A - Interactive seminar followed by Q&A||CB 3.1|
|2pm||2:45pm||Group 4||Activity A - Interactive seminar followed by Q&A||CB 3.9|
|3pm||4:30pm||Group 3 and Group 4||General campus tour with University Ambassadors||East Building foyer|
International Politics and Modern Languages
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As well as watching our Admissions Tutor talks, take a look at our Politics, Languages & International Studies Virtual Experience page, where you can watch videos from current students, find out more about placement opportunities and explore the campus on our virtual campus tour.