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Events roundup 27 March – 2 April  

This events roundup features loads of events to help you prepare for exams and life after uni if you are graduating this summer. Including a series of Master’s degree talks and our Postgraduate Open Day on 1 April if you are considering further study. 

Monday 27 March: build your resilience and Wellbeing Café  

On Monday there is an online workshop to help you build your resilience ready for applying for jobs and the workplace.   

Go along to one of our regular Wellbeing Cafes to talk about mental health and try a wellbeing activity.  

Tuesday 28 March: Essay writing in exams and travelling gallery  

You can start preparing for exams by attending this ‘Essay Writing in Exams’ workshop at Canterbury and Medway on Tuesday.  

The SHIFT Festival continues with the Birth Rites Collection Tour. This unique, travelling collection of artwork is currently on the Canterbury campus, and you can book on to a free tour of the collection with Curator Helen Knowles.  

Wednesday 29 March: Careers in engineering talk, Exam Chambers and mock assessment centre  

Interested in a career in engineering? Then don’t miss this free talk by Georgia Thompson who is one of the Top 50 Women in Engineering in 2022. 

Student Learning Advisory Service (SLAS) are offering an exam practice session at Canterbury and Medway to help you improve your performance in exams and reduce any feelings of anxiety. There’s no revision and no marking, just an opportunity to practice. See all exams preparation events.  

Get some tips and prepare for assessment centres which are now common practice when applying for graduate jobs.  

Thursday 30 March: Exam support, finding a part-time job and ‘Art Against War’ gallery   

Exam support continues on Thursday with sessions to help you with your exam technique and managing stress at both Canterbury and Medway.  

Interested in finding a part-time job to fit around your studies? Get some tips at this careers session.  

See ‘Art Against War’ gallery in Templeman Library, an exhibition which portrays lived experience of the ongoing war in Ukraine. This has been curated with Kherson State University, which is twinned with the University of Kent.  

Friday 31 March: community gardening and vintage sale  

Everyone is welcome to a gardening session at our Kent Community Oasis Garden on Friday. It is a great opportunity to relax, learn some gardening skills and make new friends. 

Find some new vintage pieces at the Vintage Kilo Sale in the Venue between 10:00 and 17:00 on Friday. 


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