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AToM day – explore different degrees and careers in the Life Sciences at the University of Reading – Wednesday 14 September – application deadline – today

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AToM day – explore different degrees and careers in the Life Sciences

Venue: University of Reading, Whiteknights Campus

Date: Wednesday 14 September 2016 9.30am – 4pm

An informative and interactive day for A-level students studying Chemistry and/or Biology who are interested in finding out more about degrees and careers that are an alternative to studying medicine.

This is a unique opportunity for you to find out more about a range of scientific degree fields and careers. There will be the opportunity to meet academics teaching a variety of subjects at degree level to find out whether these subjects might be of interest to you. Practical skills will be developed as you will be able to attend laboratory sessions/workshops covering a range of disciplines including Genetics, Chemistry, Pharmacy and Food Science. This will give you an insight into what undergraduate level study in these disciplines might be like. There will also be a careers session where you will meet science graduates giving you the chance to discover more about the possible range of careers available to you.

This event is free of charge but places are limited so we advise early booking.

Application deadline is Friday 9 September 2016. 

For more information click here.

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