This event is for parents/guardians and sons/daughters in years 13 and 14 who are studying, or considering studying, geography or related subjects at GCSE, A-Level or equivalent vocational qualifications.
In an increasingly urbanised world, cities represent both the greatest social, environmental and economic challenges and opportunities for planners and urban designers alike to create more sustainable environments and just societies. As such, there has never been a better time to explore subjects like planning and climate change, the urban economy, transportation, conservation and built heritage, and planning for healthy cities.
What to expect
At this event, you will hear about our degrees from current students, graduates and academic staff. Employers from both public and private planning practice will also attend to share some of the opportunities for planning graduates both during study and after graduation.
- 6:30 pm: Welcome and Introductory Session with Dr Richard Waldron
- 7:00 pm: Live Panel discussion with Employers and Graduates, led by Dr Philip Boland
- 7:30 pm: Small Group discussions with current students and academic staff
- 8:00 pm: Close
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Hear about our degrees from current students, graduates and academic staff
Find out more about your Undergraduate Degree including course content, hours of study, assessment methods and career opportunities.
Hear more about the opportunities for planning graduates both during study and after graduation
Speak with current students about their personal experiences and gain a real insight into what student life at Queen’s could be like for you.