School of History Undergraduate Webinar Series 2020

The School of History is delighted to announce a series of fortnightly webinars designed specifically for our 2020 Undergraduate applicants. 

Each webinar will be hosted via Zoom, and will focus on a different element of studying with us. You’ll get the chance to hear from current students, lecturers and staff on the local resources and historical sites available to you as a Kent student. 

You can access each webinar using the password ‘2020’.

Please find below our full schedule of events, which will run every other Thursday at 12pm until the beginning of August. All 2020 applicants will receive an email reminder in the week before each event containing the Zoom link you’ll need to access it. 

We hope that these sessions will provide you with all the information you need to make your final decision, and each will also contain a Q&A with our lecturers, current students and Admissions team, to give you the opportunity to ask any remaining questions you may have. 

Please feel free to attend as many or as few sessions as you wish, and we look forward to seeing you there. 

Upcoming events:

Thursday 18th June, 12pmJoin here

History Society Quiz + Q&A with current History students

Come meet members of our brilliant Student History Society and join them for a quiz!

Thursday 2nd July, 12pmJoin here

Research in the School of History Part 2

A chance to hear about some more of the exciting, world-leading research taking place in the School of History, with short talks from three more of our lecturers

Thursday 16th July, 12pmJoin here

Community and Student Support 

Find out about the ways in which the support of our students lies at the heart of what we do. This will include information about our academic advisers, our student buddy scheme, our professional student support services, and our careers service.

Monday 3rd August, 12pmJoin here

Our History and Military History Programmes 

A further opportunity to hear about our History and Military history programmes, plus listen to more taster lectures from our members of staff.