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Postgraduate Virtual Open Evenings

Business - Thursday 25 March, 6.00pm to 6.45pm

Childhood and Education - Tuesday 23 March, 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Creative Writing - Friday 26 March, 7.00pm to 7.45pm

Journalism - Friday 26 March, 5.00pm to 5.45pm

Psychology (Conversion)  - Tuesday 30 March, 6.00pm to 6.45pm

Victorian Studies - Friday 26 March, 6.00pm to 6.45pm

Book your place

Find out how studying at Leeds Trinity University could help you progress in your career and further your understanding of your subject at one of our Open Evenings.

Our postgraduate Open Evenings will give you the opportunity to hear from lecturers about course content and assessments, and find out about finance and postgraduate loans. We'll also guide you through the application process.

You'll also get to speak to current students and find out from them what it's really like studying at Leeds Trinity.

And if you have any further questions, please contact us on 0113 283 7150 or email us on hello@leedstrinity.ac.uk

Open Evening schedules

Thursday 25 March, 6.00pm to 6.45pm

Time
Activity
6.00pm

Welcome

An introduction to the virtual event, Leeds Trinity University and our Master’s in Business programmes:
• MA International Business
• Business Administration (MBA)

6.15pm

Academic Panel

A panel with academic and current students to discuss and answer questions on both the programmes offered. Panel members include:

Denis Kobzev, Director of Business Education
Andrew Gilliland, Associate Principal Lecturer
Current students studying our postgraduate Business programmes 

6.40pm Close of the event

During the event you’ll be able to access informative handouts about our MA and MBA programmes and the finance options available. You can also view resources from the event via Go to Stage.

You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have and have these answered by academic and support staff.

 

Tuesday 23 March, 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Time
Activity
6.00pm

Welcome

An introduction to the virtual event, Leeds Trinity University and the different MA routes we offer in Childhood and Education.

6.15pm

Childhood and Education Academic Panel

A panel with academic staff and current students to discuss and answer questions on the below MA programmes. Panel members include:

Bev Peartree, course leader for MA in Mental Health, Children and Young People
Marie Potter, course leader for MA in Childhood and Education
Sue Elmer, course leader for MA in Family Support
Charlotte Wright, course leader for MA in Education
Current students studying our Childhood and Education MA programmes

6.55pm Close of the event

During the event you’ll be able to access informative handouts about our Childhood and Education MA programmes and the finance options available. You can also view resources from the event via Go to Stage.

You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have and have these answered by academic and support staff.

Friday 26 March, 7.00pm to 7.45pm

Time
Activity
7.00pm

Welcome

An introduction to the virtual event, Leeds Trinity University and the Creative Writing MA.

7.15pm

Academic Panel

A panel with academic and current students to discuss and answer questions on the Creative Writing MA. Panel members include:

Martyn Bedford, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing
Dr Amina Alyal, Senior Lecturer in English and Creative Writing
Professor Paul Hardwick, Professor of English
Current students studying our Creative Writing MA 

7.40pm Close of the event

During the event you’ll be able to access informative handouts about our MA programme and the finance options available. You can also view resources from the event via Go to Stage.

You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have and have these answered by academic and support staff.

 

Friday 26 March, 5.00pm to 5.45pm

Time
Activity
5.00pm

Welcome

An introduction to the virtual event, Leeds Trinity University and the Journalism MA.

5.15pm

Academic Panel

A panel with MA Journalism Course Leader and Senior Lecturer Jenny Kean, alongside current students studying the course will discuss and answer questions on the Journalism MA programme. 

5.40pm Close of the event

During the event you’ll be able to access informative handouts about our MA programme and the finance options available. You can also view resources from the event via Go to Stage.

You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have and have these answered by academic and support staff.

Tuesday 30 March, 6.00pm – 6.45pm

Time
Activity
6.00pm

Welcome

An introduction to the virtual event, Leeds Trinity University the MSc Psychology (Conversion) programme. This course is aimed primarily at non-Psychology graduates who wish to undertake further training as a Psychologist, but do not wish to undertake a second undergraduate degree.

6.15pm

Academic Panel

A panel including the Academic Lead and Associate Principal Lecturer Dr James Jackson, alongside current students studying the course will discuss and answer questions on the MSc Psychology (Conversion) programme.

 

6.40pm Close of the event

During the event you’ll be able to access informative handouts about our Psychology MSc (Conversion) programme and the finance options available. You can also view resources from the event via Go to Stage.

You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have and have these answered by academic and support staff.

 

Friday 26 March, 6.00pm to 6.45pm

Time
Activity
6.00pm

Welcome

An introduction to the virtual event, Leeds Trinity University and the Victorian Studies MA.

6.15pm

Academic Panel

A panel with Professor of English Literature Rev Jane de Gay, alongside current students studying the course will discuss and answer questions on the Victorian Studies MA programme.

6.40pm Close of the event

During the event you’ll be able to access informative handouts about our MA programme and the finance options available. You can also view resources from the event via Go to Stage.

 

You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have and have these answered by academic and support staff.

 

Postgraduate study

Do you want to continue your studies after your undergraduate degree? Progress in your career? Change career? Or do you want to explore a subject that you're passionate about in-depth?

Whatever your motivation, a postgraduate degree from Leeds Trinity could be the perfect way to develop your skills and enhance your career prospects.

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We’ve been training teachers for over 50 years, and have an excellent reputation in the region for supportive and successful training.

For graduates looking to undertake postgraduate study to be a teacher, we offer a University-led route and two school-led routes (School Direct and SCITT) for Primary and Secondary level teaching. These routes lead to QTS and the award of a level 7 Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

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