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Arts & Humanities: Online HE Faculty Fair With Goldsmiths, Warwick & UEA

13th May 2020 @ 13:00 - 15:00


As part of a series of 5 Faculty Fairs, University of Warwick, UEA and Goldsmiths will showcase their fantastic and diverse undergraduate Arts & Humanities programmes within a collective Facebook live event.

Starting at 13:00, each university has a window of 2 hours in which to present talks, discussions and Q&A involving their academics, university staff and students.

Prospective students, parents/carers and school staff joining the Faculty Fair on Facebook can move between the different universities as they would do during a normal fair. You can also comment and ask questions on each university’s broadcast, which the university speakers will respond to.

For sixth form students, whatever stage you are at in your research, this Faculty Fair is a great opportunity to make comparisons and inform the decisions you are making about university courses and locations. For school staff, it is a chance to keep up to date on what is being offered by universities in order to fully support your current cohort. And, for many students, parents/carers are the great sounding board in what can be a daunting process; we would love for you to be able to join us too.

By the end of the Fair we hope you will feel informed and inspired by what you have heard and, if you miss anything, each of the broadcasts will be recorded and available on the Facebook event page for your future reference.

Below, we are delighted to present the respective programmes from the universities.



Schedule of Events

13:00 Host Introduction – Higher Education Adviser

13:02 Welcome – Clare Connors

13:10 Life at UEA – Current Student

13:30 Accommodation and Student Finance – Higher Education Adviser

13:45 Studying Literature, Drama and Creative Writing at UEA – Tom Roebuck

14:00 Studying History at UEA – Geoff Hicks

14:10 Studying Politics, Philosophy, and Language & Communication Studies at UEA – Roger Baines

14:30 Studying Art History, Film, TV & Media Studies, and American Studies at UEA – Hilary Emmett

14:50 Faculty Round Up – Clare Connors

15:00 Finish


Schedule of Events

13:00 Welcome & Why Warwick? – Stephen Gray

13:15 Overview of Arts at Warwick and Employability in the Sector – Livia Lita

13:30 Studying English at Warwick – Emma Mason

13:45 Studying Media at Warwick – Carolina Bandinelli

14:00 Theatre & Performance Studies at Warwick – David Coates

14:15 Why Study History at Warwick? – Rebecca Earle & Meleisa Ono-George

14:30 Q&A with Warwick Students – Student Ambassadors

15:00 Finish




Schedule of Events – Humanities – Host: Sophie Farmer

13:00 Introduction to Goldsmiths

13.10 Creative Writing Talk

13.30 English Talk

13.50 Politics Talk

14.10 Students Experience

14.30 How to Choose a Subject

14.45 Finish


Please note that Goldsmiths will now be running an Arts session in June instead of running a separate Arts broadcast in this Faculty Fair. We will provide more details in due course. The Goldsmiths Humanities broadcast above will continue to be run as planned on 13th May alongside Warwick and UEA.




If you would like to take part, please join the session on Facebook by clicking the following link: Arts & Humanities Faculty Fair