BSc (Hons) Building Surveying & the Environment Stage 1 Induction Information 2017

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Monday 18th September 2017   

9.00 ~ 09.15 Welcome from the Dean of Faculty -  Professor Dafydd Moore - Roland Levinsky Building, Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre 1

09.15 ~ 09.30 Welcome from the Head of School - Professor Chris Bennewith - Roland Levinsky Building, Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre 1 

11.00 ~ 13.00 Meet the Team, meet your peers, ice breaking and safety briefing - Babbage Building, Floor 4, Room 411         

Tuesday 19th September 2017          

10.00 ~ 12.30 Introducing your degree and selecting personal tutors/course representatives  - Smeaton Building, Room 312 

Wednesday 20th September 2017      

16.00 ~ 17.00 Registration - This is a drop-in session liable to take no more than 10 minutes (but expect queues at busy times) - Programmes Administration team - Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 2, Room 206 & 207

Thursday 21st September 2017       

10.00 ~ 12.00 Getting ready for your degree: IT, virtual learning, library use, programme & module information - Smeaton Building, Room 104

15.00 ~ 17.00 Introduction to the schedule of BLDG401 and collection of Personal Protection Equipment and Books - Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 3, Rooms 303 and 304
         

Friday 22nd September 2017   

09.00 ~ 10.00 Introduction to Library Services - Sherwell Centre, Lecture Theatre 1 (Lower)

19.15 ~ 21.45 Faculty of Arts & Humanities Welcome Party - Graduation Marquee, Plymouth Hoe 

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