The School of Computing will host a variety of activities at the upcoming University of Kent Open Day on Saturday 5th October. Demonstrations showing a variety of research and student projects will run in the School of Computing building on the Canterbury campus from 9:00 to 15:00, with admissions officers available there and in the sports centre from 9:00.
There will be a panel session in Cornwallis SW101 (Brian Spratt room) in the Cornwallis building, for prospective undergraduates and their families at 11:00, where any questions about university life and studying Computer Science will be answered.
A postgraduate panel discussion will take place in Cornwallis S110b at 11:15 with staff available to answer questions about Master’s programmes offered in the School.
Demonstrations on Lego robotics will be available in Sw101 from 9:30-11:00 and again from 12:30-15:00. A variety of demonstrations will be on display in SW103 these include greenfoot, security research, security software, the makerspace and final year student projects.
A talk on the ‘Internet of Things’ at 12:30 in SW101 completes the day’s activities.
Full details on the open day, including maps and directions can be found here.
Please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions or queries.
Please note that this Open Day is fully booked, however you can book onto Open Days in the Autumn Term http://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/visit/openday/index.html