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Study in Asia
Study in Asia   For students

Part of Global universities  event series

Asia hosts some of the best food, landscapes and history in the world. If you are considering studying abroad and want to learn more about what it’s like to study in Asia, join this webinar to hear from Hong Kong Polytechnic, City University of Hong Kong, and The Travelling University on the student opportunities, and advice on funding and accommodation.
Making the most of studying abroad
Making the most of studying abroad   For students

Part of Global universities  event series

Are you considering studying abroad for university? Studying abroad is a great opportunity to experience new cultures and meet new people. If you are an aspiring international student, then this webinar is for you! The Travelling University and SP Jain are joining us to discuss the benefits of studying abroad, advice on accommodation, and how to know if it is the right fit for you.
Study in the UK
Study in the UK   For students

Part of Global universities  event series

Consisting of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, the UK is a multicultural place, full of students from all over the world. Join this webinar to hear from the Universities of Essex, Northumbria and Manchester Metropolitan about what it’s really like to live and study in the UK and find out whether it could be a good fit for you.
Study in Europe
Study in Europe   For students

Part of Global universities  event series

With 44 countries to choose from, Europe is one of the most popular areas to study today. In this webinar, the American University of Rome, Leiden University and Saint Louis University Madrid tell us more about what it’s really like to study in Europe, from finance and accommodation to opportunities and social life!
Y12 and Y13 students - What is the point of doing a placement at uni?
Y12 and Y13 students - What is the point of doing a placement at uni?   For students
Join Liverpool Business School at LJMU for a special event where Neve and Lucy, two students who successfully completed a year-long paid placement, will be sharing their experiences with you. Also, don't miss out on the chance to hear from Rosemary in our Placements team, to find out about the latest companies where our students are placed and the diverse job roles they’re all doing. Sign up and learn about the advantages, and the perks, of doing a placement whilst at uni.
Discover 5 slow-burn romances beyond 'One Day'!
Discover 5 slow-burn romances beyond 'One Day'!   For students
One Day works by delaying the resolution we all want, cranking up the tension while we watch Dex and Em refusing to see they are meant for each other. Why is this such a winning formula? What’s the story with past slow burn romances One Day builds on? And how many of them end happily ever after? This webinar with Leeds Trinity University reveals how lots of other characters refuse to be footnotes in someone else’s story.
Russia and Ukraine, when is using force lawful?
Russia and Ukraine, when is using force lawful?   For students
Explore the legality and implications of using force against another state in our session on the Russia-Ukraine conflict. We will look at what is considered a ‘threat’ and ‘force’, before reviewing the general prohibition on force. We will then examine situations where force can be justified and consider whether Russia’s use of force align with these or whether it constitutes a breach of international law. You will gain insights into a fascinating area of international law and its application.
Tea time taboo - the ethics of cannibalism
Tea time taboo - the ethics of cannibalism   For students
Embark on a captivating journey into the ethics of cannibalism! Join our lecture as we delve into survival cannibalism, ancient rituals, and the cutting-edge world of "clean meat" technology—where human flesh is cloned. Uncover the moral dilemmas, cultural nuances, and futuristic possibilities that challenge our perceptions of taboo. This is a thrilling exploration of humanity's most controversial practices—prepare to be intrigued and challenged. Join Bangor University to learn more!
Sociology taster lecture: the sociology of friendship
Sociology taster lecture: the sociology of friendship   For students
What makes friendship different to our other relationships? How are therapy and wellness cultures impacting on our understandings and experiences of friendship? What is homophily and how and why do we connect with others who are similar to ourselves? Join this webinar from the University of Westminster to find out about the latest sociological research on friendship, and hear from a current student about what it's like to study Sociology at Westminster.