Institute for Academic Development
Institute for Academic Development

Open workshops

Booking: these events generally open for booking three weeks in advance of the shown date. If you do not see a live booking link please check back nearer the course date.

Cancelling: If you need to cancel your booking, please do so at your earliest opportunity and at least 3 days before the event. Someone else may be able to take your place, but we need time to contact them. Also, although you are not charged for an event, there are costs we incur which relate directly to places reserved.

How to cancel: you can cancel your booking via MyEd. Go to MyEd > News and Events > Training and event booking > My bookings - here you will have the option to cancel your place.

We maintain attendance registers; unexpected absences will be noted. If you consistently fail to attend, or repeatedly cancel with very short notice, you may be prevented from booking future IAD events.

( PGT ) Pre-arrival 1: Critical Thinking

Description

Please note you will receive an online link to join the session nearer the time via your student email account or your personal account - depending on how you signed up to the workshop.

To support you with your Masters studies for the year ahead, we offer study skills workshops throughout the year. This year we will be offering a set of  online 'pre-arrival' workshops to support you with your studies and skills such as critical thinking, writing at PGT level and getting the best from your library at the University of Edinburgh.

This friendly and interactive workshop is designed to get you thinking about what critical thinking looks like at PGT level. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions.

EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Tuesday 23-Aug-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Tuesday 30-Aug-2022, 13:10 - 14:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .

( PGT ) Pre-arrival 2: Writing at PGT Level

Description
Please note you will receive an online link to join the session nearer the time via your student email account or your personal account - depending on how you signed up to the workshop.

To support you with your Masters studies for the year ahead, we offer study skills workshops throughout the year. This year we will be offering a set of  online 'pre-arrival' workshops to support you with your studies and skills such as critical thinking, writing at PGT level and getting the best from your library at the University of Edinburgh.

This friendly and interactive session is designed to help you start thinking about writing and PGT level and what this looks like. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions.

EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Wednesday 17-Aug-2022, 13:10 - 14:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Wednesday 24-Aug-2022, 10:00 - 10:50
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Wednesday 31-Aug-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .

( PGT ) Pre-arrival 3: Getting started with the Library

Description

Please note you will receive an online link to join the session nearer the time via your student email account or your personal account - depending on how you signed up to the workshop.

In this session, we will cover the essentials to help you get the best from the Library at the University of Edinburgh. Academic Support Librarians will be presenting this online session, so please feel free to ask plenty of questions during this friendly and welcoming introduction which will give you a head start in preparation for your course.

Learning outcomes – as a result of this session, you will…

  • Know about the types of materials available in the Library collections
  • Know how to find physical Library locations
  • Understand how to access online Library resources (like ebooks, ejournals, etc.)
  • Know how to use the Library’s DiscoverEd service to find resources you need
  • Know what to do if the Library doesn’t have what you need
  • Know how to get help when you need it
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Thursday 18-Aug-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Thursday 25-Aug-2022, 13:10 - 14:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Thursday 01-Sep-2022, 10:00 - 10:50
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .
EligibilityAll externals MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Thursday 08-Sep-2022, 10:00 - 10:50
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .

( PGT ) Pre-arrival 4: Getting ready for your studies

Description

Please note you will receive an online link to join the session nearer the time via your student email account or your personal account - depending on how you signed up to the workshop.

Starting a Masters programme can be an exciting but stressful time, there will be lots of new things and you’ll have to fit a lot of challenging work around your other commitments. This friendly online, interactive workshop will signpost some of the key points to getting a good start in your studies.

 Depending on participants’ priorities, this could include:

  • Differences between undergraduate and postgraduate learning environment
  • Academic expectations
  • Getting the most out of your course

Participants are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues they would like to discuss during the workshop.

This is a general workshop designed to signpost participants to starting their masters studies. It will not be an in-depth workshop on any particular topic(s). The IAD (and some programmes) provide detailed workshops on study-related topics later in the semester.

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years All externals
Date Thursday 08-Sep-2022, 13:10 - 14:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course .

(PGT - Part Time) Getting Started Writing Your Dissertation

Description

This workshop is open to all part-time postgraduate taught (PGT) students.

Getting started writing your dissertation can be a daunting task. It can be difficult to get started and really easy to put off! But no-one else can write your dissertation but you… So how do you start, and maintain, writing your dissertation?

This online interactive session will give you practical strategies for thinking about writing, planning your writing and actually starting to write your dissertation.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific referencing, formatting, or advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Monday 10-Oct-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT - Part Time) Getting Started with Your Dissertation

Description

This workshop is open to all part-time postgraduate taught (PGT) students.

A dissertation is a serious investment of time and energy. It is the defining feature of a Masters so it is worth thinking about what you really want to do with it and what you really want to get out of it.

This online interactive session will give you strategies to start thinking about the subject, focus and structure of your dissertation as well as practical tips for project managing it. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific referencing, formatting, or advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 28-Sep-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Assignment Planning

Description

So, you’ve got an assignment due, and naturally you want to do your very best.  While you’ve written assignments before, have you ever stopped to think about how you go about planning them? 

In this session we’ll spend some time thinking about the planning stage.  Even if you already have your own way of going about this, it is always helpful to spend some time reflecting on what is working well and what could be done more efficiently.  This workshop will give you some things to consider.  

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • Assignment specific advice
  • English Language advice 
  • Referencing
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 12-Oct-2022, 11:10 - 12:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 02-Nov-2022, 14:10 - 15:10
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Assignment Writing

Description

Your aissgnment is due, and even though you’ve done the research, you’re finding it difficult to get started on the writing stage.  Rest assured, this is a very common problem, and it can be overcome. In this session we’ll spend some time thinking about starting to write and how to get words on paper.  Even if you already have your own way of going about this, it is always helpful to spend some time reflecting on what is working well and what could be done differently.  This workshop will give you some things to consider for the writing stage.  

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • Assignment specific advice
  • English Language advice
  • Referencing
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 12-Oct-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 02-Nov-2022, 15:10 - 16:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Being Critical

Description

As a Masters student, you need to be critical… but how? And what exactly does it mean?

This friendly, interactive online workshop will give you some starter ideas on how to take a more critical approach to thinking generally for your masters.

Students are encouraged to ask questions and voice opinions during the workshop.

Students are asked to think about what ‘being critical’ means to them.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific conventions or advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Friday 21-Oct-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Being Critical for Assignments

Description

As a masters student, you will have probably been asked to demonstrate critical thinking in your assignments. But what does this mean and how do you do it?

This interactive online workshop will give you some tips and strategies on how to practice and communicate critical thinking in your assignments.

It would be useful for students to have an awareness of their marking criteria and any feedback they have had from previous assignments.

Students are encouraged to comment and ask questions during the workshop.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityPGT MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Thursday 03-Nov-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Critical Reading

Description

What does your supervisor mean when they tell you that your literature review is ‘too descriptive’ or ‘not critical enough’? How can you challenge or discuss the limitations of published work – does that mean you should be criticising it? In this workshop, we address these questions by exploring how ‘critiquing’ is based on a mindset that sits at the heart of scholarship.

This interactive workshop is open to all PGT students and is not discipline-specific. You will be invited to engage and respond via the chat function, and encouraged to ask questions.

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Tuesday 08-Nov-2022, 10:00 - 10:50
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Critical Writing

Description

Writing ‘critically’ is a key academic requirement. How do you make sure your writing meets that expectation? In this workshop you will explore aspects of critical thinking that are central to academic discourse, and learn how to demonstrate critical engagement in your dissertation writing.

This interactive workshop is open to all PGT students and is not discipline-specific. You will be invited to engage and respond via the chat function, and encouraged to ask questions.

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Tuesday 08-Nov-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Effective Approaches to Lectures, Tutorials and Practicals

Description

This session is suitable for all PGT students who want to develop and enhance their learning strategies for lectures, tutorials and practicals.

Making the most of your lectures, tutorials and practicals is not just about turning up and taking notes, especially at Masters level. It involves preparing before the class, engaging with and then reviewing materials afterward are essential to making the most of your lectures etc.

This friendly and interactive workshop will look at the difference between lectures, tutorials and practicals and how to prepare for them. It will also cover:

  • Note making methods
  • Interaction tips
  • Effective lecture, tutorial, and practical review

This workshop does not include:

  • English Language Advice
  • Subject specific material
  • Designing powerpoints
  • Public speaking
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Thursday 15-Sep-2022, 13:30 - 15:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Thursday 22-Sep-2022, 10:00 - 11:30
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Effective Reading

Description

The amount of reading you need to do for a Masters can be overwhelming. There’s a lot of information from a lot of sources that you will need to read, digest and then use to build your argument. Students often want to know how to speed read to get through it all. But is it about reading quicker or reading more effectively? And do you really need to read everything?

This workshop will focus on:

  • Identifying the different purposes of reading
  • Ways to prioritise reading
  • Strategies for effective reading and note making

This workshop does not include:

  • How to search for readings or literature
  • Subject or discipline specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Thursday 13-Oct-2022, 16:10 - 17:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Tuesday 01-Nov-2022, 10:00 - 10:50
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Getting Started with Your Dissertation

Description

This workshop is open to all postgraduate taught (PGT) students.

A dissertation is a serious investment of time and energy. It is the defining feature of a Masters so it is worth thinking about what it is you really want to do with it and what you really want to get out of it.

This online interactive session will give you strategies to start thinking about the subject and focus of your dissertation as well as practical tips for project managing it. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 14-Dec-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Getting Started with Your Studies

Description

Starting a Masters programme can be an exciting but stressful time. You will have to fit a lot of challenging work around your other commitments. This online, interactive workshop will be based on participant responses to the question: What’s the one thing do you want to know about starting your studies but were too afraid to ask? Depending on responses, the workshop may cover:

  • Differences between undergraduate and postgraduate learning environment
  • Academic expectations
  • Getting the most out of your course

Participants are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues they would like to discuss during the workshop. This is a general workshop designed to clue participants into starting their masters studies. It will not be an in-depth workshop on any particular topic(s). The IAD (and some programmes) provide detailed workshops on specific study-related topics later in the semester. Please visit here for a list or our workshops.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 14-Sep-2022, 19:00 - 20:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 21-Sep-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) It's About Time...Managing Time Personal Efficiency and Effectiveness

Description

Time. It’s the one thing noone ever seems to have enough of. It’s our most precious resource and yet we only seem to be happy when we’re wasting it!?  

Sometimes we can control how we spend our time and sometimes it is dictated to us; but in many ways the key to our academic and professional success is how we choose to use the time that we have.  

This focused webinar will provide you with some tools and ideas to help you to: 

• Reflect on your current actions and priorities

• Behave efficiently as well as effectively and so manage your time more productively.

• Prioritize and place your focus in appropriate areas

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Monday 24-Oct-2022, 13:10 - 14:30
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Mini Writing Bootcamp

Description

Are you a taught postgraduate student working on your assignments or dissertation? Or trying to write for publication?  Would you like an opportunity to be able to learn some writing techniques, and have create some time to practise them? 

The aim of the ‘writing bootcamp’ is to facilitate a time for you to write without the distractions of emails, Facebook, twitter and everyday life. 

The session will begin with a short Bitesize style workshop to offer advice on writing techniques and motivate you to write. Following this you will have a writing session.  No distractions, just writing. 

Thinking of signing up? You’ll need to do any necessary preparation before attending the mini writing bootcamp (guidance will be sent out prior to the session). 

As places are limited please only book a place if you are able to attend the session in full. 

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 09-Nov-2022, 14:10 - 16:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 09-Nov-2022, 09:00 - 10:50
Venue TBC TBC
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 30-Nov-2022, 09:00 - 10:50
Venue TBC TBC
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Wednesday 30-Nov-2022, 14:10 - 16:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Presenting your work!

Description

This highly interactive and fast paced workshop will explore the key skills necessary to help you communicate your research to both academic and non-specialist audiences. We’ll focus on the latest research in communication studies and also explore what connects both online and offline. We’ll watch keynote TED talks and examine why the speakers succeed and what keeps us on the edge of our seats intellectually and emotionally.

As a Masters student and researcher you will need to engage a variety of audiences for a successful career(s).

This workshop will help you:

1. Build your core communication skills and confidence.

2. Prepare you for reviews, seminars and future conference presentations both on and offline.

3. Be a little more challenging, dynamic and engaging.

Finally we’ll help you explore your strengths as a professional presenter and create a short action plan for future presentations.

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Thursday 20-Oct-2022, 14:10 - 15:30
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Proof Reading

Description

You will be expected to produce significant pieces of academic writing for your Masters e.g. reports, essays and your dissertation! They are a major investment of time and effort, so it is worth spending time polishing it by properly proofreading and editing.

This interactive online session will introduce useful tips and strategies to help you incorporate effective proof-reading and editing into your writing process.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
  • Feedback on individual pieces of work
  • Proof-reading or editing of individual pieces of work
EligibilityPGT MScT All Colleges All Years
Date Thursday 27-Oct-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Referencing - and how to do it

Description

Most students know that they need to ‘reference’ in their academic work using a particular style. You may even have to use different systems for different courses. But what is it? How do you do it? And when do you do it?

This workshop is for students who are unfamiliar with or would like a basic reminder about referencing. We will look at:

  • What referencing is
  • When to do it
  • How to do it
  • Resources for referencing

This session is informal, friendly and includes discussion, and you are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues. It will include some short practical activities.

This workshop will not cover:

  • OSCOLA/Edinburgh Law Review systems - there is specific support available from the Law School
  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Tuesday 04-Oct-2022, 11:10 - 12:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Speed Reading

Description

In order for academic reading to be effective, it needs to be a combination of efficient (in terms of speed and retention), strategic (in terms of appropriately targeted) and critical.  This focused webinar will give you a number of tools to help you to read more quickly, more strategically and more critically.  

This workshop (and practice afterwards) will help you to increase your speed and effectiveness of reading.  You will learn practical tools to help refine and improve four key areas:  

Strategy – considering your reading strategy and learning some practical ways to improve information selection and absorption 

Speed - Techniques to increase speed of reading, and applying these with more dense and difficult material 

Criticism – Acquiring methods and questions to improve your critical reading strategies 

Consistency – Discover how to build consistent reading habits that will improve your efficiency, retention and recall.

Pre-coursework

There will a small amount of pre- coursework sent to you around two weeks before the course.  This will not take long and is nothing that you should not naturally be doing anyway.

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Monday 24-Oct-2022, 10:00 - 11:30
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(PGT) Working Effectively Around Your Life

Description

A Masters programme is an intensive and demanding period. You have to fit a lot of challenging work in around your life, your work, your family etc. and try to keep the momentum going.

This online, interactive workshop aims to give you practical tips and strategies to working effectively during your masters.

Participants are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues they would like to discuss.

Pre-coursework

Participants are asked to think of their main challenges when it comes to time management – and be prepared to tackle it!

This workshop does not include:

  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Tuesday 18-Oct-2022, 13:10 - 14:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(UG and PGT) Managing Your Exams: Effective Revision Techniques

Description

When it comes to effective revision, what works and what doesn’t? This online workshop will focus on revision techniques that have been demonstrated to be effective and how you can use and adapt your current habits to incorporate them.  

This session is informal, friendly and includes discussion in a supportive atmosphere.  You are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues.

This workshop will not cover:

  • Subject or discipline-specific examination formats
  • Subject or discipline-specific advice
  • English Language advice
  • Referencing
EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years PGT UG
Date Tuesday 22-Nov-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(UG and PGT) Managing Your Exams: Strategies and Tips

Description

This online workshop will be an hour session focusing on how to manage your exams by improving your exam technique.

The session will focus on issues raised by participants and so could cover, for example, exam preparation and participation; i.e. how to cope with stress, practicing your exam technique and a review of exam strategies.

This session is suitable for any taught student who wants to improve their exam technique.

EligibilityMScT All Colleges All Years UG
Date Wednesday 07-Dec-2022, 12:10 - 13:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(UG and PGT) Starting to Think About Dissertations and Projects

Description

Moving from essays and assignments to larger based project work such as dissertations can often feel like a step into the unknown. This workshop will help to clarify dissertation/project expectations and provide practical strategies that you can use to optimise your dissertation experience. Specifically it will cover:

What does a dissertation/project look like?

How do I choose a topic?

How do I write a literature review?

How do I bring everything together into a coherent thesis?

This session will not cover:

Subject or discipline-specific advice

English Language advice

EligibilityPGT UG
Date Tuesday 01-Nov-2022, 17:15 - 18:45
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.

(UG, PGT and PGR) Using social media - managing your online identity

Description

This short information session will focus on the importance of managing your digital footprint (online identity), including keeping safe online and creating an effective online identity for employability, meeting others, impact, or research purposes. The session will also provide some hints and tips on using different social media platforms, such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and others. We encourage you to come along with questions!

Further information about Digital Footprints can be found www.ed.ac.uk/iad/digitalfootprint

Or the Digital Footprint MOOC which runs every 4 weeks (3 week free online course) http://coursera.org/learn/digital-footprint/

EligibilityPGR students UG MScT All Colleges All Years PGT
Date Tuesday 01-Nov-2022, 15:00 - 16:00
Venue Online (via Collaborate Ultra) Off Campus
Bookings This event is not yet open for booking. Please check back later.