Virtual postgraduate opportunities week

Before you register for this virtual event, please take the time to read how the subject sessions will run.

Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email which will contain a full schedule of events including Zoom links to the virtual Q&As.


Using Zoom

The Q&As will be delivered through Zoom. If you do not have a Zoom account please set one up for free by visiting the Zoom website.

You will need to be logged into your own Zoom account to be able to join the sessions.


On the day

Follow the URL that will be provided on your confirmation email to get to the Zoom meeting.

If you are early to the meeting, Zoom will update and refresh your page when the meeting host has started the meeting.


During the session

Your camera and microphone will be automatically turned off and muted when you enter the session and will remain so throughout.

Your Zoom username will be displayed on screen and will be visible to other participants in the meeting.

If you would like to ask a question in the session please ask them via the chat function, but please remember your question will be visible to the other participants.

The member of staff hosting the Q&A will be able to see your questions and answer them during the session.

If you would like to leave the meeting at any point, please press the ‘Leave meeting’ button found in the bottom right hand of the screen.


Ending the session

Once the Q&A has finished the host will do this for you which will automatically end the meeting.

If you want to move to a Q&A session for another course, please leave the room and go back to the main meeting room where you can let the host know which room you would like to be moved into.


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Virtual postgraduate opportunities week

Monday 9 November to Friday 13 November 2020

Sessions will be running throughout the week. Subject sessions are detailed below.  

If you are interested in an area of study or research which does not appear on the subject session list, please contact our team who will be able to put you in touch with a member of our academic staff.  

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On-campus events

We very much hope that the current situation in the UK improves and we will be able to welcome you to our campus soon. Whilst government measures are in place we will be hosting all of our open days and evenings virtually.

We're sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

All our on-campus and virtual events are designed to give you a taste of Plymouth, connect you with passionate staff, and help you feel confident with your choice of course.

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Today's events

Subject sessions:

Monday 9 November

Postgraduate research 

  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Built Environment
  • Codex
  • Criminology and criminal justice
  • Design
  • Digital Art and Technology
  • Finance
  • Humanities
  • International relations
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Law
  • Logistics
  • Politics
  • Shipping
  • Sociology
  • Supply chain management
  • Tourism
  • TransTechnology
Postgraduate taught

  • Illustration
  • Social Research

Tuesday 10 November

Postgraduate taught 

  • Advanced psychology
  • Archival practice
  • Hydrography
  • Integrated design innovation
  • Marine biology
  • Marine conservation
  • Marine renewable energy
  • Nursing (Pre-Registration - Adult health, Child health & Mental health)
  • Sustainable aquaculture
  • Zoo conservation

Postgraduate research 

  • Art history

Wednesday 11 November

Postgraduate taught 

  • Architecture
  • Architectural design
  • Clinical psychology
  • Environmental consultancy
  • Human resource management
  • Midwifery
  • Planning
  • Publishing
  • Sustainable environmental management
  • Town planning

Postgraduate admissions advice session

  • Advice on applying for postgraduate study

Thursday 12 November

Postgraduate taught 

  • Advanced engineering design
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Autonomous systems
  • Civil Engineering
  • Coastal engineering
  • Cyber security
  • Data science and business analysis
  • Electrical and electronic engineering
  • English literature
  • Environmental and engineering geology
  • Medicine Courses - Information session.
    -Courses involved: MClinEd/PgCert Clinical Education; MSc Healthcare Management, Leadership and Innovation; Msc Global Health; MSc  Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety
  • Medical Imaging
  • Offshore renewable energy engineering
  • Robotics

Friday 13 November

Postgraduate taught
  • Digital and Social Media in Marketing
  • Education
  • Human Neuroscience

Additional topic sessions
  • Welcome to the careers service

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