Staff will be available for consultation for the duration of the day. The information desk will be located in the Informatics Forum.
The talk on studying Physics (including Astronomy) will take place at 1100 in Appleton Tower Lecture Theatre 4 and be repeated at 1300 in Appleton Tower Lecture Theatre 2, George Square campus.
All talks will last no more than 20 minutes unless otherwise stated.
Please note that some talks will be very busy and that we are unable to guarantee entry to any particular talk.
We have repeated as many talks as possible, and advise visitors to consider attending the later talks if possible.
When space is limited, priority will be given to potential students.
A range of Physics displays will be available in the Informatics Forum.
At the University we have centralised admissions to our Colleges so admissions are not handled by subjects or departments.
With the exception of the talks on Medical Sciences, Medicine, Oral Health Sciences and Veterinary Medicine the subject talks do not address admissions issues.
For admissions information on this subject you should go to the admissions talk given by the College of Science & Engineering. This will take place at 1000 in Appleton Tower Lecture Theatre 4 and be repeated at 1130, in Appleton Tower Lecture Theatre 5.
Admissions staff will also be available for consultation throughout the day in the Informatics Forum.
Please note that on 14 June all College of Science & Engineering admissions information is located at the George Square campus.
This article was published on May 2, 2013