Postgraduate online information sessions
Join our academics and members of our Graduate School Office for a series of live online information sessions taking place on Tuesday 5 December 2017.
|Date||Tuesday 5 December|
|Archaeology (Dr Robert Leighton)||14.00-15.00|
|Classics (Dr Ben Russell)||15.00-16.00|
|History (Professor Diana Paton)||16.00-17.00|
Whether you have visited us at an open day or have never had the opportunity to visit us on campus before, our live, online information sessions are a great, interactive way, of finding out more about studying with us.
These sessions will start with a short presentation from our Graduate Officers, who will introduce you to the School of History, Classics and Archaeology, delve deeper into their subject area, and discuss the programmes on offer and how they are structured.
The rest of the hour is devoted to an open Question and Answer session, when our academic staff will be happy to discuss any further questions you have about your programme of interest. Support staff will also be on hand to take any administrative queries, such as applying, choosing courses and funding opportunities.
The session is delivered using Blackboard Collaborate. If you wish, you will be able to ask questions via text chat or speak to us directly.
We hope you’ll be able to join us!
University-wide programme of events
Our events form part of a rolling programme co-ordinated by the University, allowing prospective applicants to gain expert advice on a wide range of topics such as admissions, careers and funding.
To join us, please register via the relevant Eventbrite link below.
- Register for the Archaeology online information session
- Register for the Classics online information session
- Register for the History online information session
Before the session
We strongly advise that you read the guidance available on the University website before the event to ensure that the device you will be using to access the session is compatible with Collaborate and meets the system requirements:
It is recommended that you log in to your respective Collaborate room (using the live sessions links above) in advance of the session and test your equipment and Internet connection. The links are available 24/7.
Joining the live sessions
To join the live sessions on the day of the event, click on the link below:
If you have any questions in the meantime, please don't hesitate to contact us.
- School of History, Classics and Archaeology
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Edinburgh
Room 2.29, William Robertson Wing
- Post Code
- EH8 9AG