Postgraduate Open Day schedule

See the schedule for our Postgraduate Open Day taking place on 9 November 2022 4 – 7pm.

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General activities

Campus tours – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

Campus tours will be running every 15 minutes throughout the Open Day. Visit the Great Hall where you will be able to meet with one of our student ambassadors who will take you and other visitors on a tour of our campus.

Information and support talks – 4–6pm

Location: Whitehead Building, Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre

  • 4–4.30pm and 5.30–6pm – Welcome to Goldsmiths introductory talk

Library tours – 4–6pm

Location: Rutherford Building, Foyer

Tours of the Library will be available at 4pm, 5pm and 6pm

Subject-specific activities

Department stands

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

Our academic departments will have a member of staff available to answer your questions at their academic stand throughout the Open Day.

See other activities taking place below:

Anthropology – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, The Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – Please visit the desk in the Great Hall to discuss postgraduate programmes

Art – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – Find out about MA Art and MFA Curating at the Art desk in the Great Hall. Please note, MA Artists' Film and Moving Image information will not be available at this event, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause

Location: Deptford Studios

  • 4.45–6pm – Introduction to MFA Fine Art talk followed by a tour at 6pm

Computing – online only

Activity for this department will take place online on the week commencing 14 November 2022, we apologise for any inconvenience caused. You will receive an email about the online sessions soon.

Design – 5.30–6pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 137a

  • 5.30–6pm – MA Design and Expanded practice talk

Education – 5–6pm

Location: Professor Stuart Hall Building, LG01

  • 5–5.30pm – Find out about PGCE programmes at Goldsmiths
  • 5.30–6pm – Find out more about our MAs in Education, Language and Identity, Arts and Learning, Creative Writing and Education and Children's Literature

English & Creative Writing – 5–6pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 140

  • 5–5.30pm – Introduction to MA Literary Studies talk
  • 5.30–6pm – Introduction to MA Creative and Life Writing talk

Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – For all Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship MA programmes please visit our staff at the desk in the Great Hall

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 137

  • 6–6.30pm – Introduction to MA Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship talk

History – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – For all History postgraduate programmes please visit our staff at the desk in the Great Hall

Law – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – To find out more about Law postgraduate programmes please visit our department stand in the Great Hall

Media, Communications & Cultural Studies – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – Please visit our department stand to find out about the following MA programmes: MA Film and Screen Studies, MA Global Media and Politics, MA Postcolonial Culture and Global Policy and MA Scriptwriting
  • 4–5pm – To find out about MA Culture Industry, please visit the department desk between 4 and 5pm
  • 4–5pm – To find out about MA Filmmaking, please visit the department desk between 4 and 5pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 141

  • 5.30–5pm – MA Scriptwriting talk
  • 6–6.30pm – MA Political Communications talk

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 144

  • 5.30–6pm – Introduction to MA Race, Media and Social Justice talk

Music – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 274

  • 4–7pm – Visit throughout the event to speak to staff in the Music Department
  • 5–5.30pm – Introduction to Postgraduate Music Programmes talk

Politics and International Relations – online only

Activity for this department will take place online on the week commencing 14 November 2022, we apologise for any inconvenience caused. You will receive an email about the online sessions soon.

Psychology – 4–6.30pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 142

  • 4–4.30pm – Introduction to the Department of Psychology talk
  • 4.30–5pm – MSc Foundations in Clinical Psychology and Health services introductory talk
  • 5–5.30pm – MSc Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience introductory talk
  • 5.30–6pm – MRes in Research Methods talk – please note this talk will be taking place online only
  • 6–6.30pm – MSc Conversion Programme introductory talk
  • 6.30–7pm – Take a tour of the Psychology labs

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 143

  • 4.30–5pm – MSc Music, Mind and Brain introductory talk
  • 5–5.30pm – MSc Psychology of the Arts, Neuroaesthetics and Creativity introductory talk
  • 5.30–6pm – PhD Studies in Psychology introductory talk
  • 6–6.30pm – MSc Psychology introductory talk

Theatre and Performance – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – Visit the department desk to find out more about postgraduate degrees

Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – Please visit our department stand in the Great Hall to find out more about the following postgraduate programmes: MA Art Psychotherapy (from 5pm), MA Applied Anthropology & Community & Youth Work, MA Applied Anthropology & Community Arts, MA Applied Anthropology & Community Development, MSc/PGDip Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, MA Psychodynamic Counselling & Psychotherapy (4pm–5pm) and MA Social Work.

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 150

  • 6–6.30pm – Introduction to MA Art Psychotherapy

Visual Cultures – 4–7pm

Location: Richard Hoggart Building, The Great Hall

  • 4–7pm – Please visit the desk in the Great Hall to discuss our postgraduate programmes