You might already know that Goldsmiths is holding an open day on February 15th. You are warmly invited to come and find out more about Goldsmiths. In particular, we want to draw your attention to the presentations being delivered by the Computing Department about our courses. Talks will take place at the following times:
The National Student Survey is exactly what it says on the tin. Each year students across the UK are asked to rate their programme of study in several areas including: teaching, quality of assessment and feedback, academic support and personal development.
The Department of Computing at Goldsmiths works hard to be friendly, supportive, and offer students the best possible experience while they study with us. So we’re delighted to see that so many of our students feel we’re doing just that, and even more pleased that we’ve scored higher in almost every area than we did in 2010!
Even so, we’re not going to stop there and we will continue to aim for improvement year after year – after all, we expect the best from our students and so it’s only fair that you can expect the best from us. Take a look at our high marks here!
Yesterday we ran our first web chat for applicants and people thinking of applying for one of our undergraduate degrees. It was really good for us to listen to our applicants’ questions and gave us an opportunity to hear from people who want to find out more about our programmes.
We will be posting up a transcript soon so that our blog readers can see what other people were asking us.
We will also be running another web chat shortly for postgraduates so if you’re thinking about one of our postgrad programmes then either watch this space or email admissionstutor[at]gold.ac.uk or r.hepworth[at] gold.ac.uk for further details.
Still trying to make up your mind about where you want to study? Want to ask more about the entrance requirements or the contents of a particular degree programme? Sign up for our web chat on January 24th!
If you join in with the web chat, you will have the chance to put your questions to some of our lecturers as well as Prof. Robert Zimmer, the Head of Department, and Dr Marco Gillies, the Director of Studies.