Postgraduate Virtual Open Days sessions

Email pgopenday@leeds.ac.uk with the details listed below and we’ll do the rest:

  • First name and surname
  • Mobile number (if you’d like to receive event reminders)
  • Level of study (Masters or postgraduate research)
  • Year of entry
  • Subject area of interest
  • Your session choices

All session times shown are (GMT).

University talks

Accommodation (live)
2 December 13:00 - 14:00
Find out more about our accommodation choices, how to apply and the allocation process.

Careers and Employability (live)
1 December 14:00 - 15:00
Discover how the Careers Service is here to help you make decisions and plan your next steps towards a bright future. From finding work or further study to working out your interests, skills and aspirations, we can provide expert information, advice and guidance.

Introducing Leeds - Masters student panel (live)
29 November 14:00 - 15:00
A chance to hear our students talk about what it means to study a Masters at Leeds. Learn about their personal experiences - from what they enjoy about their course to how they settled in. This is your opportunity to ask the questions that matter to you.

Masters funding at Leeds (live)
1 December 12:00 - 13:00    
Want to study a Masters but have questions about funding? Join our live event to find out more about financing your degree and scholarship opportunities available to you at Leeds. We're here to help answer your questions.

Masters study at Leeds (live)
30 November 12:00 - 14:00
Find out more about studying your Masters at Leeds. Learn how your degree will be informed by the latest research and what it's like to study at a QS World Top 100 university. Find out about our degree types, how to apply and put your questions to our panel.

Postgraduate research study and funding at Leeds (live)
2 December 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about postgraduate research at Leeds and how you can be part of our expert research community. Learn about the opportunities to develop your researcher profile, funding your research degree, how to apply and what it's like to live and work as part of the research community here at Leeds.

Arts, Humanities and Cultures

Applied, Professional and Biomedical Ethics (live)
3 December 16:00 - 17:00
Find out more about ethics and its crucial application to the biomedical and professional industries. Our postgraduate courses are tailored around your needs – offering flexible study options with specialised online learning tools, including unique funding opportunities to support your studies.

Centre for Translation Studies (live)
29 November 14:00 - 15:00    
Find out more about our range of vocationally-oriented MAs and postgraduate diplomas in translation, interpreting, professional language and intercultural studies and audiovisual translation in a variety of language combinations. Our first-rate facilities, skilled academic staff and regular input from experienced professionals will ensure you gain the expertise needed for a successful career.

Design (on demand)
29 November - 3 December    
Find out more about our range of Masters courses, which will develop your knowledge and skills in a specialist area of design. You'll benefit from our superior facilities hosting internationally-regarded technologies. You'll be taught by staff who are leaders in their field of research and have substantial experience in industry, underpinning your teaching and preparing you for your future career.

English (live)
30 November 14:00 – 15:00
Find out more about our postgraduate English courses. Discover the breadth of English literature, including postcolonial literature with cultural studies, or master the art of creative writing to become a skilled author. Learn about our extensive resources, research facilities and academic expertise – providing you with all you need to become a confident and independent scholar.

Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies (live)
30 November 13:00 – 14:00 
Learn more about our six Masters courses in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies. Whichever course you decide to study, you’ll find opportunities to collaborate and work alongside other students allowing you to make the most of the interdisciplinary nature of our School.

History and Medieval Studies (live)
1 December 16:00 – 17:00
Find out more about postgraduate study in the School of History and the Institute for Medieval Studies, where you'll be taught by leading academics on our Masters courses covering society, culture, race and resistance, modern history, war and medieval studies.

Languages, Cultures and Societies (live)
29 November 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, where you'll study in a stimulating environment with postgraduate students from around the world. Discover the research expertise and wide choice of academic options relating to Film Studies, Linguistics and Phonetics. 

Media and Communication (live)
30 November 14:00 – 15:00
What you'll learn on our degrees is based on the research interests and practice of the tutors. From popular culture to political communication, journalism studies to digital media and photography, we offer degrees that emphasise theory, choice, opportunity and the development of analytical and creative skills. Find out more about studying a Masters with the School of Media and Communication.

Music (live)
30 November 12:00 – 13:00
In the School of Music you’ll become part of an active community of researchers, performers and practitioners. Discover more about our courses covering music psychology, performance, management, wellbeing, musicology and composition - all designed to help you take the next step in your career.

Performance and Cultural Industries (live)
20 November 13:00 – 14:00
Find out more about what it means to be a postgraduate student in the School of Performance and Cultural Industries. Our Masters courses prepare you for both the world of work and further study. You’ll gain the knowledge, skills and expertise to become an active agent within the cultural and creative industries sector.

MA Philosophy and MA Global Ethical Challenges (live)
29 November 15:00 – 16:00
Find out more about our MA Philosophy and MA Global Ethical Challenges in this live event. Studying with us means you’ll join our dynamic community of staff and students from around the world, and you’ll have the opportunity to pursue your academic interests in an intellectually stimulating environment.

MA Religion, Politics and Society and MA Philosophy of Religion and Ethics (live)
30 November 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about our MA Religion, Politics and Society and MA Philosophy of Religion and Ethics in this live event. Studying with us means you’ll join our dynamic community of staff and students from around the world, and you’ll have the opportunity to pursue your academic interests in an intellectually stimulating environment.

MA Science, History and Society (live)
2 December 13:00 – 14:00
Find out more about our MA Science, History and Society in this live event. Studying with us means you’ll join our dynamic community of staff and students from around the world, and you’ll have the opportunity to pursue your academic interests in an intellectually stimulating environment.

Biological Sciences

Biopharmaceutical Development programmes (Live)
30 November 14:00 – 15:00
Hear from Programme Leader Professor John Colyer about our Masters programmes in the area of Biopharmaceutical Development, including industrial placement option. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session with programme staff.

Bioscience programmes (Live)
29 November 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about our Masters programmes in MSc Infection, Immunity & Human Disease, MSc Plant Science & Biotechnology and MSc Bioscience. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session.

Conservation Biology programmes (live)
1 December 13:00 – 14:00
Find out more about our Masters programmes within the School of Biology - MSc Global Conservation Science and our range of MSc/MRes Biodiversity and Conservation programmes. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session.

MSc Drug Discovery and Development (Live)
3 December 11:00 – 12:00
Hear from Programme Leader Professor Dan Donnelly about our new Masters programme, MSc Drug Discovery & Development. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session with programme staff.

MRes Neuroscience (Live)
29 November 11:00 – 12:00
Find out more about our MRes Neuroscience Programme Leader, Dr Samit Chakrabarty. You will understand more about the programme content and available projects.  The talk will be followed by a question and answer session.

MSc Biotechnology with Business Enterprise (Live)
1 December 11:00 – 12:00
Hear from Programme Leader Professor Alex Breeze about our new and commercially focussed Masters programme, MSc Biotechnology with Business Enterprise. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session with programme staff.

MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine and PGCert MSK Medicine (Live)
30 November 11:00 – 12:00
Leading SEM consultants will talk you through our flexible Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) degree, comprising of a mix of face-to-face learning, placements in clinic and elite sport, and it's unique and practitioner-led style. We’ll also be covering our brand new online PGCert in Musculoskeletal Medicine. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session with programme staff.

MRes Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation (Live)
2 December 11:00 – 12:00
Find out more about our MRes Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation course.

Precision Medicine: Genomics and Analytics (Live)
2 December 11:00 – 12:00
This masters will equip you with the skills to utilise data sets such as genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, phenotypic data, epidemiology and clinical trial investigations, to inform our understanding of disease mechanisms. You'll be part of the pioneering data science research at Leeds. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session with academics and admissions staff.

Business

Accounting, Banking and Finance (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find our more about our courses in Accounting; Finance; Banking; Investment; Financial Mathematics; Actuarial Finance and Financial Risk Management at the Business School.
Business Analytics and Decision Sciences (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out about our Masters in Business Analytics and Decision Sciences at the Business School.

Business and Organizational Psychology (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about Business Psychology and Organizational Psychology courses at the Business School.

Digital Information Management and Systems Innovation (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out about our Masters in Digital Information Management and Systems Innovation at the Business School.

Economics (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Economics and Economics and Finance courses at the Business School.

Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out about our Masters in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at the Business School.

Global Strategy and Innovation Management (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out about our Masters in Global Strategy and Innovation Management at the Business School.

Global Supply Chain Management (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters in Global Supply Chain Management at the Business School.

Human Resource Management and Data Analytics (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our courses in Human Resource Management, and Data Analytics at the Business School.

International Business (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our industry-accredited Masters in International Business at the Business School.

Marketing, Communication and Public Relations (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our courses in Advertising; Marketing; Corporate Communications; Public Relations and Consumer Analytics at the Business School.

Management (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters in Management at the Business School.

Management Consulting (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our industry-accredited Masters in Management Consulting at the Business School. 

Engineering, Physical Sciences and Environment

Chemical and Process Engineering (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters courses in Advanced Chemical Engineering; Chemical Process Engineering; Energy and Environment; Materials Science and Engineering and Petroleum Production Engineering. 

Chemistry (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters course and research opportunities in Chemistry.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters courses in Communications and Signal Processing; Embedded Systems Engineering; Mechatronics and Robotics; Electronic and Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems and Engineering, Technology and Business Management as well as postgraduate research opportunities. 

Food Science and Nutrition (live)
2 December 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about our Masters courses in Food Science; Food Science and Nutrition; Food Science (Food Biotechnology); Nutrition and Food Quality and Innovation.  Followed by a question and answer session with academics and admissions staff.

Geographical Sciences (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters courses in Geographical Information Systems and Geographical Information Science (online). 

Geoscience (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters courses in Engineering Geology; Exploration Geophysics and Structural Geology with Geophysics. 

Geotechnical, Rail, Structural Engineering, Transport Infrastructure (live)
29 November 13:00 – 14:00
Find out more about our Masters courses in Geotechnical Engineering; Structural Engineering; Railway Engineering with Project Management and Transport Infrastructure: Design and Construction. Followed by a question and answer session with academics and admissions staff.

Mechanical Engineering (live)
30 November 13:00 – 14:00
Find out more about our Masters courses in Advanced Mechanical Engineering; Automotive Engineering; Medical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. Followed by a question and answer session with academics and admissions staff.

Project Management, Environmental Engineering (live)
29 November – 15:00 – 16:00
Find out more about our Masters courses in Engineering Project Management; International Construction Management and Engineering; Environmental Engineering with Project Management and Water; Sanitation and Health Engineering. Followed by a question and answer session with academics and admissions staff.

Polymers, Colourants and Fine Chemicals (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters courses in Polymers, Colorants and Fine Chemicals as well as postgraduate research opportunities. 

Sustainability, Environment (live)
1 December 15:00 – 16:00
Find out more about our Masters courses in Environment and Development; Sustainability and Business; Ecological Economics; Climate Change and Environmental Policy; Sustainability and Consultancy; Sustainable Cities; and Sustainable Food Systems.

Transport (live)
1 December 13:00 – 14:00
Find out more about our Masters courses in Sustainability in Transport; Transport Planning; Transport Planning and the Environment; Transport Economics; Transport Planning and Engineering and Railway Operations; Management and Policy. Followed by a question and answer session with academics and admissions staff.

Urban Data Science (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about our Masters course in Urban Data Science and Analytics. 

Medicine and Health

Psychology (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about the Psychological approaches to health MSc and Cognitive development and disorders MSc in this joint talk. It covers psychological theory and current research to improve both health and care delivery and your psychological understanding of cognitive development and its disorders. 

Psychotherapy and Counselling (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more on our BACP-accredited MA Psychotherapy and Counselling, taught by experienced counsellors, psychotherapists and active researchers with a wide range of specialisms. This talk will introduce you to how we'll support you to become a professional counsellor or psychotherapist, including learning about yourself and how you relate to others. 

Social Work (on demand)
29 November – 3 December
Find out more about this fast track Social Work degree to develop a rewarding and life-changing career and make a difference to society. This rich and challenging degree is delivered by innovative academics and experienced professionals. Bursaries are available with excellent employment opportunities. 

Social Sciences

Education (live)
29 November 14:00 – 15:00
Find out more about the School of Education and our taught postgraduate courses in childhood studies, digital education, special educational needs and deaf education, as well as our TESOL and TESOL studies programmes. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and discover what you can expect from postgraduate study at Leeds. 

Global Development (live)
1 December 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about the School of Politics and International Studies and our Masters courses in global development, global development and education, and global political economy. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and discover what you can expect from postgraduate study at Leeds. 

Law (live)
30 November 14:00 – 15:30
Find out more about the School of Law and our Masters courses in international and human rights law, social justice, criminal justice and criminology, international business and corporate law, banking and finance law, intellectual property law and trade law. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and discover what you can expect from postgraduate study at Leeds. 

Politics and International Relations (live)
30 November 12:00 – 13:00
Find out more about the School of Politics and International Studies and our Masters courses in political science, international relations, global governance, diplomacy, and security. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and discover what you can expect from postgraduate study at Leeds. 

Sociology and Social Policy (live)
2 December 11:00 – 12:00
Find out more about the School of Sociology and Social Policy and our Masters courses in gender studies, inequalities, social and public policy, public administration, social and political thought, and society, culture and media. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and discover what you can expect from postgraduate study at Leeds.