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The Bartlett Postgraduate Open Day

13:30 - 17:30 27 March 2013

Location: South Cloisters and the Garden Room, UCL, Gower Street

Representations of St Pauls Cathedral and other buildings in pink jelly

The Bartlett Postgraduate Open Day is an opportunity for prospective students to meet course directors, faculty academics and current students to find out more about what it's like to study at The Bartlett. The event will include introductory talks about UCL and The Bartlett from academics and students, campus tours and the chance to ask direct questions to staff and students and discuss in detail specific aspects of the courses provided across the faculty.

Our faculty is unrivalled in its breadth and depth of disciplines, programmes and departments, and The Bartlett staff and students are engaged at the very forefront of their fields, whether in teaching, professional practice or research. Through interdisciplinary collaborations, together, they constitute a true powerhouse of thinking, creating and doing.

Located in the heart of one of the world’s greatest cities, The Bartlett maintains a close and active relationship with numerous centres of built environment education, research and business in London. We work in partnership with London's exceptional concentration of built environment firms and agencies, acting in local contexts across the globe. 

Find out more and register to attend

On the day, prospective students can find out more about a range of MSc and MRes courses offered by The Bartlett Schools of Graduate Studies, Construction & Project Management and Planning as well as our Development Planning Unit, the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) and the UCL Energy Institute.  There will also be the opportunity to find out more about being a part of UCL, London's global university, and explore our historic Bloomsbury campus.

There's a wealth of information available about all the postgraduate courses, including postgraduate research opportunities, offered by The Bartlett on our website, visit the Programmes pages to find out more.

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