Lampeter Student Experience Weekend
The Faculty of Humanities would like to invite you to a Student Experience Weekend on the Lampeter campus, where you can immerse yourself in the student experience. The Student Experience Weekend is an optional, free, event we offer all of our applicants. It is an opportunity to come to the Lampeter campus, meet fellow applicants and current students, as well as experience the academic and social aspects of student life.
The Lampeter Student Experience Weekend will be held on the 22 - 24 February and the 22-24 March 2019. The event starts at on Friday afternoon and will finish on Sunday morning. You will stay both nights in a hall of residence, and all meals will be catered for.
We have found students really enjoy this opportunity to come and experience university life, and feel excited and better prepared to start studying with us in September.
“I thought the weekend was really helpful when I was choosing which uni to come to... I stayed in contact with quite a few people I met on the weekend and a couple of existing students, who were really helpful with my questions just before I came.”
Lucy Owens (first-year student in BA Archaeology with Ancient Egyptian Culture)
The weekend will include…
On Friday afternoon, you will have the chance to sit in on a lecture in your chosen subject, such as:
• Anthropology in Context
• Modern Europe
• Classical Mythology and Art
• Introduction to Fieldwork
• The Rational World: Enlightenment and the Novel
• From Empire to Nation: the Modern History of China
• Connected Worlds: Exploring Interactions between Egypt, the Aegean and the East
• Werewolves in Antiquity
There will be opportunities on both evenings to get to know current students and other applicants at the social events hosted by us at the Students’ Union. There will also be plenty of time to enjoy other events happening on and around campus during the day, with free time for you to explore what else is on offer.
On Saturday, you will get involved in the more practical elements of courses. This is your opportunity to engage with lecturers and gain a greater insight into studying at undergraduate level.
Provisional workshops include:
• Museum: Displaying Egypt
• Using Digital Devices to tell Human Stories
• Exploring Creative Writing
• Forensic Archaeology
• Philosophy: Moral Problems
• Spinning in the Ancient World
• Mandarin for Beginners
• The Bible through Art
• Source Materials and the French Revolution