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Studying Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia at University A Conference for Sixth-Formers

Studying Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia at University: A Conference for Sixth-Formers at the British Museum

The British Museum, London, Thursday May 5th 2016

Attendance free, but booking essential

This event is open to all IB1 and 2 Students (Year 12/13).It is organised by the Division of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge and takes place at the British Museum in London.

The purpose of this one-day conference is to give sixth formers an opportunity to explore what it is like to study Egypt and Mesopotamia at British Universities: to see what makes the subject area so intellectually and culturally exciting, learn about the various degree courses, and understand what admissions tutors are looking for.

The programme will include talks about careers, information on admissions, and the opportunity to meet current students and academic staff from many of the institutions in the UK that teach these subjects. There will also be gallery tours (led by current staff and students), talks by British Museum curators, and sample lectures.

For more information click here.

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