Programme of talks, tours and activities

Postgraduate Open Evening on Wednesday 18 March

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Make the most of the event

  • Meet our academics, who will be able to tell you more about the different postgraduate programmes you could study. Staff from most departments will be based in the Great Hall of the Richard Hoggart Building.
  • Visit one of our general talks to get an introduction to Goldsmiths. 
  • Attend one of our subject-specific talks and tours.
  • Talk to support service staff in the Refectory to find out more about things like returning to study, applying, and funding options including the Postgraduate Masters Loan.
  • Take a campus tour led by a current student, or visit our newly refurbished Library.

General talks

Introduction to Goldsmiths

4–4.30pm
Room LG02, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to Goldsmiths

5–5.30pm
Room LG01, Professor Stuart Hall Building 

Returning to Study

6-6.30pm
Room 143, Richard Hoggart Building

Research degree talk and drop-in

Applying for PhD study and research degrees

5–5.30pm
Room 251, Richard Hoggart Building

Graduate School Drop-In Sessions

Speak to staff in the Goldsmiths Graduate School about your research 
degree options, funding opportunities, and applying.
4-5pm and 5.30-6.30pm
Room 251, Richard Hoggart Building

General tours

Campus tours

Tours lasting approximately 45 minutes depart on a regular basis throughout the event from the Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building.

Library tours

Tours will leave regularly during the Open Evening from the foyer of the Rutherford Building.

Subject-specific talks and tours

Attend one of our subject-specific sessions below to find out more. You can also chat to academic staff in the Great Hall or at other locations around the campus.

Anthropology

Why Anthropology Matters: Introducing Goldsmiths’ innovative MA programmes 
in Anthropology

4.30–5pm and 5.30–6pm
Room 307, Richard Hoggart Building

Visual Anthropology screenings

5–5.30pm and 6–6.30pm

Room 307Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Art

MFA Fine Art

5–5.30pm and 6–6.30pm
Deptford Art Studios (meet in the Richard Hoggart Building Reception at 4.30pm or 5.30pm, where an ambassador will walk you down to the studio space in Deptford)

MA Artists' Film & Moving Image

4–5pm
LG01, Professor Stuart Hall Building 

MFA Curating

6–6.30pm
LG01, Professor Stuart Hall Building 

Art Research Degrees

Speak to colleagues from the Department of Art about undertaking a research degree 
4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Computing

Tours of Computing facilities 

Leave at 5pm, 5.25pm, 5.30pm, 6pm and 6.30pm from the Computing stand in the Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building 

Computing Research Degrees

4.30–5pm
Room 308, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Virtual & Augmented Reality

4.30–5pm
Room 306, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc User Experience Engineering

5–5.30pm 
Room 308, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Computer Games Programming/MA Computer Games Art & Design

5–5.30pm
Room 306, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Data Science

5.30–6pm
Room 308, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MA Independent Games & Playable Experience Design

5.30–6pm
Room 306, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (followed by a tour of the Psychology labs)

6pm
Room 308, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MA/MFA Computational Arts

6–6.30pm
Room 306, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Design

MA Design: Expanded Practice showcase followed by a studio tour 

5–5.30pm
Room 143, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Education

Studying for a Masters with the Department of Educational Studies: Criticality and Creativity

5–5.30pm
Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre, Whitehead Building 

PGCE – So you want to become a teacher?

5.30–6.30pm
Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre, Whitehead Building 

Meet our PGCE Schools Direct partners at the Educational Studies stand 

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building 

Come and speak to our staff at the Educational Studies stand 

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

English

Introduction to MA Literary Studies

5–5.30pm
Room 142, Richard Hoggart Building

Goldsmiths Writers' Centre presents... How authors and editors work together

5–6pm
Room 342Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MA Creative & Life Writing

6–6.30pm
Room 142, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand about our MA programmes, including MA Sociocultural Linguistics, MA Multilingualism, Linguistics and Education, and MA Translation

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

History

Introduction to MA History

5–5.30pm
Room 250, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Queer History at Goldsmiths: Scholarship, Community, Activism

6–6.30pm
Room 250, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship

MA Tourism & Cultural Policy

4–4.30pm
Room 139, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Cultural Policy, Relations & Democracy

4–4.30pm
Room 140, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Social Entrepreneurship: Social enterprise and sustainable development

4.30–5pm
Room 139, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Events & Experience Management: Why study events?

5–5.30pm
Room 139, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship: New business models and new solutions relevant to culture

5.30–6pm
Room 139, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Arts Administration & Cultural Policy: Can you manage culture?

6–6.30pm
Room 139, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Luxury Brand Management: Is it just all about the handbags?

6.30–7pm
Room 139, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Institute of Management Studies

Introduction to PhD Programmes in the Institute of Management Studies

4.30–5pm
Room 140, Richard Hoggart Building

Taster Session in ‘Coaching Psychology’ for MSc Occupational Psychology, PG Cert in Coaching and PhD Psychology

4.30–5pm
Room 141, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Management of Innovation

5–5.30pm
Room 140, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Occupational Psychology and PG Cert in Coaching

5–5.30pm
Room 141, Richard Hoggart Building

Taster Session in ‘Broadening Food Consumption Horizons’ for MSc Marketing & Technology, MSc Consumer Behaviour and MSc Management of Innovation

5.30–6pm
Room 140, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Marketing & Technology and MSc Consumer Behaviour

6–6.30pm
Room 140, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Media, Communications and Cultural Studies

MA TV Journalism studio tour, followed by an introduction talk in Room 105

4.20–5.30pm
Meet in the Café, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to MA Digital Journalism

4.20–5pm
Meet in the Café, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to MA Media & Communications

4.30–5pm
Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre, Whitehead Building

Introduction to MA Political Communications

4.30–5pm
Room 314, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to MA Digital Media

4.30–5pm
Room 102, Professor Stuart Hall Building 

Introduction to MA Film and Screen Studies

4.30–5pm
Room 332, Professor Stuart Hall Building 

Introduction to MA Filmmaking pathways in: Cinematography; Directing Fiction; Editing; Producing; Sound Recording, Post-Production & Design

4.30–6pm
Room 137, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MA Journalism

4.50–5.30pm
Meet in the Café, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to MA Script Writing

5–5.30pm
Room 102, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to MA Photography: The Image and Electronic Arts

5–5.30pm
Room 314, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to PhD/Research Programmes in the Department

5.30–6pm
Room 102, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Introduction to MA Cultural Studies, MA Culture Industry, ad MA Postcolonial Culture & Global Policy

5.30–6pm
Room 314, Professor Stuart Hall Building 

Tour of the MA Radio facilities, followed by an introduction talk in Room 165

5.50–6.30pm
Meet in the Café, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Come and speak to our staff in the department

4–7pm
Professor Stuart Hall Building

Music

Music studio tour

4.15–5pm
Room 274, Richard Hoggart Building

Postgraduate Music at Goldsmiths: An overview of our MA and MMus degrees  

5.30–6.30pm
Room 274, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to staff in the department

4–7pm
Room 274, Richard Hoggart Building

Politics and International Relations

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Psychology

Introduction to the Department of Psychology at Goldsmiths

4–4.15pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

MSc Foundations in Clinical Psychology & Health Services

4.15–4.30pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

MSc Music, Mind & Brain

4.30–4.45pm and 4.45–5pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

MSc Forensic Psychology

5–5.15pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

MSc Psychology of the Arts, Neuroaesthetics & Creativity

5.15–5.30pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

MRes Research Methods in Psychology

5.30–5.45pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

MSc Psychology of Social Relations

5.45–6pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

PhD Studies in Psychology

6–6.15pm
Room 137a, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MSc Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (followed by a tour of the Psychology labs)

6pm
Room 308, Richard Hoggart Building

Tours of the Psychology labs

6.30pm
Leaving from the Psychology department stand in the Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies

MA Social Work

4.30–5pm and 5.30–6pm
Room 150, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Art Psychotherapy drop-in session

4.30–7pm
Room 300, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy drop-in session

4.30–7pm
Room 300a, Richard Hoggart Building

Sociology

Introduction to Sociology programmes, including a Q&A with students

4.30–5pm
Room 256, Richard Hoggart Building 

MA Gender, Media & Culture

5–5.30pm
Room 256, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Cities & Society

5.30–6pm
Room 256, Richard Hoggart Building

MA Critical & Creative Analysis

6–6.30pm
Room 256, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Theatre and Performance

Postgraduate study in Theatre and Performance

5–6pm
Studio 3, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building

Visual Cultures

Research degrees in the Department of Visual Cultures

4.30–5pm
Room 309, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MA Contemporary Art Theory

5–5.30pm
Room 309, Richard Hoggart Building

Introduction to MA Research Architecture

5.30–6pm
Room 309, Richard Hoggart Building

Come and speak to our staff at the department stand

4–7pm
Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building