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HELOA Midlands Universities Roadshow
With the beginning of the academic year fast approaching, the HELOA Midlands Universities Roadshow is making its return. With several talks available from different faculties, all your questions regarding your study options can be answered here!
On Demand Open Day
Discover more about Warwick at our Virtual Open Day
Missed our Virtual Open Day? Not to worry! From taster lectures to talks on student life, you can catch up on the recorded sessions here.
Meet the Russell Group
Come and chat with Warwick and all members of the Russell Group.
|Date: Wednesday 29 September 2021|
|Time: 12.00 - 19.00 (UK Time)|
We'll be participating in Meet the Russell Group, a virtual event in association with UK University Search. Alongside a virtual fair, there will be 13 live webinars in a virtual auditorium including a new Parent and Teacher support webinar from 18.05-18.30.
More University Exhibitions
Subject Specific Sessions
Channel Talent Online Webinars
History: Opium, Modern China & The Long Memory Of War With Britain – Professor Anne Gerritsen From University of Warwick
Monday 15th November: 11:20 - 12:20
In this session, Professor Anne Gerritsen from the History Department at Warwick, will begin with the Opium War (1839-1842), and give an insight into why these two great empires (the British and the Qing) clashed so violently in the first half of the nineteenth century.
The session will then focus on the Treaty of Nanking, signed in 1842, and ask why this came known as the first of the so-called Unequal Treaties. The second half of the talk will focus on how the Opium War, and especially the Unequal Treaties, have shaped China in the twentieth century. Here, we will discuss why the Opium Wars and the ‘century of humiliation’ have had such lasting impact on China’s perception of itself as a modern nation.
History: Why Did It Take So Long For Women To Get The Vote In Britain? With Professor Sarah Richardson From University of Warwick
Monday 29th November: 09:10 - 10:10
On 7 June 1866, the philosopher and MP, John Stuart Mill presented the first mass women’s suffrage petition to the House of Commons. A year later, in May 1867, Mill put forward an amendment to the Second Reform Bill to replace the word ‘man’ with ‘person’ and thus extend the vote to women. The petition and amendment failed but did give rise to organised associations to campaign for women to get the vote. However, it took more than 50 years until the Representation of the People Act in 1918 gave the vote to women over the age of 30.
Why did it take so long? And who was to blame?
Sarah Richardson discusses some of these questions in this session on women’s suffrage.
Warwick Medical School: Autumn Undergraduate Taster Sessions
Do you have students who are interested in careers in health, medicine or perhaps research in these fields? Check out our taster event on Tuesday 21 September 2021.
Warwick Medical School has two new undergraduate science degrees, BSc Health and Medical Sciences and MSci Integrated Science, that have been developed to help the scientists of tomorrow solve some of the world’s most pressing problems in medical science and healthcare.
Want to get a feel for some of the topics that students will cover as part of their courses at Warwick Medical School? Check out the taster sessions below and register your interest in our upcoming student taster event on 21 September.
Pre-recorded taster sessions:
|Health and Medical Sciences – An introduction to Health Neuroscience|
Integrated Science – Organisms and Populations
Request a talk for your school
We can deliver live talks and Q&As on a range of university topics:
- Why Warwick
- Applying to Competitive Universities
- Choosing a University
- Student Life
- Student-led subject talks
Book a webinar: schools at warwick dot ac dot uk
Looking for pre-recorded content? Visit our Digital Resources page.
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