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Please note this induction programme of events is for returning students. If you are a direct entry student to Stage 2 please see the induction programme for BSc (Hons) Psychology direct entry.
Tuesday 17 September
Venue (all day): Sherwell Lower LT
10.00–10.45 Introduction to Stage 2 with Dr Peter Jones, Programme Leader and Senior Tutor Dr Marina Wimmer
10.45-11.15 Understanding your timetable with Professor Jon May, Psychology Timetabling Co-ordinator
11.15-11.30 Welcome with Professor Tim Hollins, Head of School
11.30–12.00 Research Apprenticeship Scheme with Chris Berry
Break for lunch
13.00–13.30: Psychology placement scheme with Dr Ed Symes, Placement Co-ordinator and Lindsey Marshall, Placements Officer
13.30–14.00: Career preparation and planning with Dr Ed Symes and Paul GIllard
14.00-14.30: Introducing PALS (Peer Assisted Learning Scheme) with Dr Ed Symes and PALS Leaders
14.30–15.00: Career in clinical psychology with a representative from the clinical psychology team
Go to your personal tutor's office and sign up to meet them on Thursday afternoon.
Personal tutor lists link to follow.
Wednesday 18 September
Thursday 19 September
14.00–17.00: Meet with your personal tutor. Go to you personal tutor's office and sign up in advance for a meeting between these times.
Personal tutor lists will be on the DLE 0191X Programme site under the section Tutorial and workshop information.
NOTE: Some tutors may need to make alternative arrangements, so keep checking your University email account for any messages. If you are unable to meet your tutor this week, please email or phone them (contact details are in the Stage 2 Handbook) to arrange an alternative time.
Please note week commencing 23 September is University week nine.
Gain invaluable experience and cultivate professional contacts by taking an optional placement year.Placement opportunities in the School of Psychology