Open lectures

5 - 26 November 2018, 00:00
Cambridge campus

Ever wondered what it's like to study at university? Visit us in Cambridge to join a real lecture and see learning come alive.

Choose from one of the following introductory lectures. Booking is essential: you can book online by following the links below.

5 November 2018

  • History of Crime – Gangs (suitable for students interested in criminology, sociology), 9-10am, book online
  • Western Civilisation – Islam (suitable for students interested in history, philosophy), 10-11am, book online
  • Introduction to Film Studies, 1-2pm, book online
  • Intercultural Communication, 1-2pm, book online

6 November 2018

  • History of English Literature, 9-10am, book online
  • Crime News – Youth Justice (suitable for students interested in sociology, criminology, policing), 9-10am, book online
  • Introduction to Politics – Liberty (suitable for students interested in politics, history, philosophy), 1-2pm, book online

7 November 2018

  • Uniting the Kingdoms – The Five Knights (suitable for students interested in history), 10-11am, book online

8 November 2018

  • Skills for Criminal Justice – Working in the Police (suitable for students interested in criminology, policing), 11am-12 noon, book online

9 November 2018

  • History of Ideas in Eight Objects – Moorish Spain (suitable for students interested in history, philosophy, politics), 10-11am, book online

12 November 2018

  • Intercultural Communication, 1-2pm, book online
  • Introduction to Film Studies, 1-2pm, book online
  • History of Crime – Surveillance (suitable for students interested in sociology, crime, policing), 9-10am, book online
  • Western Civilisation – The Crusades (suitable for students interested in history, philosophy), 10-11am, book online

13 November 2018

  • History of English Literature, 9-10am, book online
  • Crime News – Victims (suitable for students interested in sociology, criminology, policing), 9-10am, book online
  • Introduction to Politics – Think Tanks, 1-2pm, book online

14 November 2018

  • Uniting the Kingdoms – The Execution of Charles I (suitable for students interested in history, politics), 10-11am, book online

16 November 2018

  • History of Ideas in Eight Objects – The Renaissance (suitable for students interested in history, philosophy, politics), 10-11am, book online

26 November 2018

  • History of Crime – History of Migration Controls (suitable for students interested in sociology, criminology, policing), 9-10am, book online
  • Western Civilisation – The Renaissance (suitable for students interested in history, philosophy), 10-11am, book online
  • Intercultural Communication, 1-2pm, book online
  • Introduction to Film Studies, 1-2pm, book online

27 November 2018

  • Crime News – Violence (suitable for students interested in criminology, sociology, policing), 9-10am, book online
  • History of English Literature, 9-10am, book online
  • Introduction to Politics – Money (suitable for students interested in politics, sociology), 1-2pm, book online

28 November 2018

  • Uniting the Kingdoms – Witchcraft (suitable for students interested in history), 10-11am, book online

30 November 208

  • History of Ideas in Eight Objects – The Industrial Revolution (suitable for students interested in history, philosophy, politics), 10-11am, book online

Event Details

When:
5 - 26 November 2018, 00:00
Location:
Cambridge campus
Cost:
Free