Find out more about studying Sociology and Criminology: places still available for subject taster session on Wednesday 4 December (12.30-3pm)
Dr Sarah Shaw, Senior Lecturer in Logistics, said: “There are lots of careers opportunities in a variety of areas that pupils may not yet be aware of and Logistics and Supply Chain Management is one of these. If you are looking for an exciting and challenging career, where every day is different and great employability post-graduation – it is worth finding out more about logistics! We are currently experiencing a major talent shortage globally in logistics and urgently need graduates and college leavers to work in managerial, consultancy and analytical roles right across the supply chain.
“This session on logistics is just one of the University’s taster programmes for schools that will bring the subject to life, help them understand what it is like to study at University and reveal possibilities for their future careers.”
Capacity is limited on each session, so please book early to avoid disappointment. To book please visit our website.
Applicants can also benefit from top tips, a friendly personal statement review and application support sessions at the University’s Mini Open Day on Wednesday 8 January.
Book your place now
A personal statement clinic – when applicants can ask for a friendly, informal review of their statement or ask admissions staff any questions they may have – will run from 9am to 3pm. Two application support sessions, which include a presentation on what to include, how to sell yourself in every sentence, as well as guidance on what to do/avoid in an effective personal statement, will take place at 12 and 1.30pm.
Register in advance for the Open Day or simply turn up on the day.
Download our Open Day programme here.