The University of Leicester is holding its 3rd annual Undergraduate Taster Conference on Saturday 5th December, from 09.30 – 15.30. It is free to attend and open to all IB 1 and IB 2 students (Year 12 and 13)
What is the Taster Conference?
The Taster Conference is different to an open day. It will students the unique chance to sample the subjects they’re considering and get some hands-on experience of what a particular course involves. It is designed to help with your students’ university research whether they’re applying to start university in 2016 or 2017.
Please click here for full details of the Taster Conference:
Academics from the following departments will be delivering taster lectures at the conference:
|· American Studies
· Archaeology and Ancient History
· Biological Sciences
· Computer Science
· History of Art and Film
· Media & Communications
· Modern Languages
· Natural Sciences
· Physics and Astronomy
· Politics & International Relations
To see a list of the lecture titles they will be offering click here.
Please note if a department is not listed above, then they will not be offering a taster session at this event.
Students will get the opportunity to:
- Experience entertaining and thought-provoking lectures
- Gain an insight into campus life and our excellent facilities
- Meet staff and current students
How do students book a place?
To attend our taster conference students will need to book a place using our online booking form. Booking is entirely free, and students are encouraged to book on to any taster lectures they choose, not just the subject area they select earlier on the booking form.