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PGT Induction Booking 2020

This year's Faculty of Art's Post Graduate Taught (PGT) Induction will be on Monday 5th October 2020 from 5pm - 6pm via Teams, the schedule for the event is below. Please sign up below so that we can send you a link to the Teams event on the day.

 

5pm

Welcome

Prof. Jenny Burns (CADRE Director)

 

5.05pm

Student Opportunity - Careers

Hear from Clare Halldron (Senior Careers Consultant), about how to utilise your time at Warwick to get your career on the right track, Warwick Volunteers, and opportunities abroad.

 

5.15pm

 

Student Opportunity – Skills (Masters Skills Programme)

Find out from Erika Hawkes, Skills Development Manager from Student Opportunity, how to use the Masters Skills Programme to develop your academic, personal and professional skills whilst at Warwick.

 

5.25pm

 

Student Union

Shingai Dzumbira Postgraduate Student Officer from Warwick Student Union will explain the role of the Students Union in giving you a voice across the University.

 

5.35pm

Wellbeing

Maintaining your Wellbeing is critical. Alpha Coyle, Outreach Wellbeing Advisor, will advise on what’s available and how to access Wellbeing Support at Warwick.

 

5.45pm

 

Faculty from the Postgraduate perspective.

Serin Quinn, History MA Student of 19/20, will give their perspective on being a taught Master’s student in the Faculty of Arts.

5.55pm

CADRE and M4C

Learn from CADRE Manager Sharron Wilson (The Centre for Arts Doctoral Research Excellence) what opportunities lie ahead for you at the end of your Masters and why you might need to act sooner than you think.

6pm

 

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Prof. Jenny Burns

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