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Nov 7th Open Day: a message from the Director of Studies

Dear all,

Thanks to everyone who attended Wednesday’s open day (photos below). It was great to meet so many interesting and engaged people wanting to study computing at Goldsmiths. Choosing a university is a very important decision and I wouldn’t want you to do so based just on one day’s visit, you need a real feel for what university life is like. That is why we are running this blog, to give you an insight to what our current students are doing and help you feel part of Goldsmiths before you arrive.

I will be posting about what is happening in the department and college, but I know that you don’t just want to hear from us lecturers, you want to know what students are thinking and doing. That is why we will be inviting students to be guest bloggers throughout the year and we’ll also be show casing student work and events from the department.

I look forward to seeing you all again, but if you have any questions in the mean time just email me on m.gillies(at)gold.ac.uk.

Marco

(Director of Studies in Computing)

 

OPEN DAY: Come and visit us

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:

3.00pm  UG programmes talk
3.45pm Computing masters programmes talk
4.30pm CAST masters programmes talk