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Study Days

Study Days


A fantastic way for your Year 12, 13 and Level 3 students to experience their course or profession for the day. Through a variety of interactive workshops, classroom discussions, laboratory sessions and lectures students can learn more about studying and applying for their chosen subject.

‘Pharmacy Study Day’ Wednesday 6th December 2017, 10.30am – 2.30pm 

**PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE. THE DATE FOR 2018 is TBC. TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST, PLEASE EMAIL SRO@ASTON.AC.UK**

Through interactive workshops and lectures, students can learn more about studying and applying for Pharmacy at Aston University. Maximum ten places per school/college.

‘Optometry Study Day’ Wednesday 13th December 2017, 10.30am – 2.30pm 

**PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE. THE DATE FOR 2018 is TBC. TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST, PLEASE EMAIL SRO@ASTON.AC.UK** 

Students can become an Optometrist for the day, discovering more about studying and applying for Optometry at Aston University.  Maximum ten places per school/college. 

Politics and International Relations Study Day, Wednesday 21st March 2018, 10.30am – 2.30pm 

Politics continues to affect every area of our lives, from Brexit to Trump, and from the refugee crisis to Catalonia. These taster sessions will introduce students to the study of politics and international relations at university level and give them an insight into some of the most fascinating political issues of our time.

Maximum 15 places per school/college, in the first instance.

'An Introduction to Undergraduate Computer Science' Wednesday 11th – Friday 13th April 2018, 9:30am - 5pm

This three day, non-residential, Computer Science course is for Year 12 students studying Computer Science or Mathematics who may be considering a future in the Computing, Communication, Business Systems or Games sectors and want to explore their Higher Education options further. Students will experience sample lectures, providing an overview of a selection of some of the interesting and varied topics covered by a Computer Science degree. They will also hear from people who have studied Computer Science at university and be able to chat to them about their respective careers in computer-related industries.  Finally, students will work in teams on a software development project which will allow novice and experienced programmers alike to tackle real-world problems and generate exciting solutions. Teams will formally present their project deliverables at the end of the course: parents/guardians and other family members are invited (and encouraged) to attend.  Student attendance is compulsory on all three days.

'Biology Study Day' Wednesday 25th April 2018, 10:30am - 2:30pm

Students can discover more about studying Molecular Biology at Aston University through classroom discussions and interactive laboratory sessions. Maximum ten places per school/college. 


Please use the form below to book your place on these Study Days.

 Throughout the event I felt challenged by the practical tasks that were set and enjoyed socialising with the new friends that I met from around the country

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