Events are a large part of life here at the university and we believe that our entertainment, lectures and debates should be open for everyone to enjoy and join in with. We host a wide range of events though out the year so we are sure there is something for everyone. We hope to see you soon!
Make sure to download the latest edition of our events programme and news magazine BG&You for articles, dates for the diary and a way to stay tuned with the university and its activities.
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This session will give you hints and tips to help tailor your personal statement so you have the best chance of getting a PGCE interview.Find out more »
A chance to find out more about what happens on an interview day for a PGCE. How do you prepare? What tasks could you be asked to do? What are the interviewers looking for? How quickly will you get your results?Find out more »
We know that making your final university choices can be hard but we find the best way to help you decide is to come and visit us on one of our applicant days. These days are specially tailored to you. You will be able to attend an example of a typical first year session, meet your future friends and academic tutors, and sample some of the services we have on offer. Student advice and admissions will also be available forFind out more »
If you are considering one of our Foundation Degrees or Progression routes, then come along to our open evening to find out more. It will give you the opportunity to find out more about our courses through meeting our academic staff and current students. Members of staff from our Student Support and Admissions teams will be on hand to answer your queries. More details will be sent nearer the event. If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contactFind out more »
‘Raising the Curtain on London's First Theatreland - Recent Archaeological Excavation of the Curtain Playhouse, Shoreditch’ Heather Knight (Senior Archaeologist, Museum of London Archaeology) Monday 27 February 2017. The Hardy Lecture Theatre, The Robert Hardy Building, Bishop Grosseteste University. 6pm with wine reception from 5pm onwards. All welcome. The Curtain playhouse was built c 1577 on the outskirts of the City of London and is one of the very earliest purpose built theatrical venues and operated as a place ofFind out more »