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Your Applicant Day

What is an Applicant Day?

Applicant Days give you a taste of what it’s really like to study at the University of Wolverhampton.

They’re tailored for students who have applied – so look out for your invitation to this exclusive event, taking place on Saturday 23 March 2019.

You’ll get the chance to explore your subject in more depth and meet the lecturers teaching on your course.

Visited us before at one of our Open Days? Your questions at this stage might be very different! Our experts will be on-hand to answer them.

You can also book on to a range of taster sessions designed to give you an insight into the real student experience.

We look forward to seeing you!

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23rd March 2019

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Can’t find the session you're looking for? Call our friendly team on: 0800 953 3222 or email: enquiries@wlv.ac.uk.

Animation, games, film and tv production

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Animation Come and discuss the ideas behind animation. You'll have the opportunity to draw and animate on the Cintiqs, character design and play! Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Computer Games Design Create a playable level on a computer game - constructing objects to pick-up and check out your score! Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Film and TV Production Want to learn how to use specialist equipment to get movement into camerawork? You'll be introduced to jibs, tracks, sliders, and more. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Art & Design

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Ceramics and Glass and Fine Art Drawing in clay: 3D life drawing. Get your hands on some clay with this opportunity to sculpt our live model. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Textiles and Illustration Finding identity: group portrait project. Work collaboratively in this interactive drawing workshop, using a variety of media to create a large scale drawing that represents individual and collective identities of your group. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Furniture, Interior and Product Design Design challenge: create prototypes and models to a design brief. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Graphic Design Graphic safari: follow a trail, gathering sources to develop your own typography. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Photography and Fashion Fashion shoot: style models and test different approaches to fashion photography in our purpose-built photography studios. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Architecture and Built Environment

Session TitleActivity Description CampusAM SessionPM Session
Discover what our Architecture and the Built Environment (including Geography and Environmental Health) students are studying. How do built environment and environmental professionals influence and direct the future? Discover the future in their hands through two short films. Then you can quiz our panel of industry high flyers! Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

 

Architecture and Design

Session TitleActivity Description CampusAM SessionPM Session
Explore Wolverhampton’s Roofscape Zone - Analysing the Fifth Elevation Explore the interesting and chaotic juxtaposition of Wolverhampton’s roofscape with a group of diverse architects and designers. With increased pressure on land in our cities, architects are building upwards – with more high vantage points to view the city than ever before. Join us to explore the changing landscape and the possibilities open to us.  Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

 

Architecture and Design - Civil Engineering

Session TitleActivity Description CampusAM SessionPM Session
Innovative utilisation of waste products for the production of lightweight concrete Get mixing! Discover the fascinating world of concrete. You'll get hands-on, preparing mixes containing different waste products including shredded tyres, shredded plastic tiles, and glass-foam aggregate.  Prepared samples will be tested for a number engineering properties and the results will be compared against a standard concrete mix. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

 

Biological Sciences

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Investigating an outbreak A brief introduction to Biology. Experience a mini-lecture and a practical session, where you'll discover how easily infectious agents are transmitted by direct contact. You'll never view hand-shakes in quite the same way. Discover some of the techniques involved in outbreak investigations. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Adaptation and Evolution A brief introduction to our Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation course.  Get hands-on in our session to consider adaptation and evolution in animals. With discussion, teamwork and props you'll investigate species variation, basic evolution and sexual selection. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
How can bugs, bones and ballistics help solve the crime? A brief introduction to Forensic Science at Wolverhampton.  Have a good look around our facilities that showcase the breadth of subjects you will cover on the course: from bugs, bones and ballistics to the crime scene house and the chance to experience what giving evidence in court would be like. You will also experience a practical activity based around one of the key pieces of evidence at a crime scene.   Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
How high can you propel a ping-pong ball? and other such questions. A brief introduction to our courses, followed by a practical exploring which mathematical objects are required to capture a physical phenomenon. You’ll explore examples such as the motion of projectiles, interference of waves, and how the different ordering of lenses and polarizers can turn a microscope into a telescope. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  1pm - 3pm

Biomedical Science

Session Title Activity Description   Campus AM Session PM Session
Cancel Cancer An interactive activity that examines cancer diagnosis and the increasing use of molecular pathology in diagnosis and treatment.  This activity provides an example of some of the topics that are studied during the biomedical science degree and the wider role of biomedical science within healthcare.   Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Brains & Evolution Come and explore how the brain has evolved and how brains differ between species. With an increasing focus on neuroscience and how our brains develop and give us or own identity, the expansion of the brain during evolution is a fascinating topic. During the session, we will also look at human evolution and examine how the expansion of the neocortex has been associated with changes in human behaviour, from the development of language to tool use.   Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
The Anatomage Table   Interested in Human Anatomy and Physiology? In this activity, we will demonstrate the use of the Anatomage table and its many capabilities. The table displays a life-sized virtual "body” and allows us to peel back tissue layers to expose the underlying structures in order to view them in context. It also allows us to rotate the virtual body to visualise tissue and organ systems from different viewpoints as well as viewing organs and organ systems in isolation.    Wolverhampton  10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Business, economics and management

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
The one-page Business Plan Got a great idea for a new business? Want to run your own business but don?t have a great idea? Guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing, this session looks at the process of new business conception: from ideas-generation to business plan. By the end of this session, you?ll have a one-page business plan to set you on the right track to being your own boss. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
A day in the life of a small business owner So you think you know how to run a small business? Learn about the typical activities that a small business owner gets involved in doing, from accounts and book-keeping to marketing and new product development. You?ll be able to speak to some small business owners to help you understand their day! Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
How to turn ideas into a marketing pitch Discover what it takes to sell a product/service through this exciting mood-boarding activity. Through the power of imagery and design,pitch your ideas live and showcase your innovation through this real-life business experience. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
A taste of real-world professional accounting Why are companies failing? What do accountants do? What roles do accountants play in society? Can accountants afford to be ethical? What is the public perception of accountants? Gain an insight into current ethical and professional issues facing professional accountants in today?s dynamic and ever-changing business world. You?ll consider the role of accountants in business life through case studies and group work in this interactive session. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Psychology of investing: normalising investor behaviour Welcome to the role of finance within the business world! Focussing on behavioural finance, bring your smart phone with you (make sure it's charged!) to use an online, game-based learning platform to make investment decisions and define your traits as an investor, exploring various measures to enable you to make more rational investment decisions. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm

Computer Science

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
3D Printing and Controlling Multi-Colour LEDs Ideal is you're interested in artificial intelligence and robotics, in this session you'll model and 3D print a defuser for multi-colour LEDs, exploring how to control the colour of an LED via coding. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Game Development Workshop Explore how to create a game environment and code game elements, such simple non-player characters using in the Unity game engine. Ideal if you’re interested in games development, game programming and computer science, you’ll take part in a practical, hands-on workshop style session in one of our computer labs. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Robo Wars - Programming Workshop Ideal if you’re interested in computer science, software development, computing and information technology in this workshop you’ll  use Java programming language to program a robotic tank that will compete against everyone else’s robots to be the last one standing in the battle arena. You’ll learn about event-driven programming and fundamental principles that form the basis for developing artificial intelligence.  Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) Workshop With the advent of the Internet and rapid information sharing, actionable and predictive intelligence can now be obtained from several unclassified sources. In this workshop you will learn the power of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) by practically gathering intelligence as part of a case study. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Computer Science - Mathematics

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Mathematics, Momentum and Gyroscopic Precession Workshop Come and explore the interesting worlds of mathematics, momentum and gyroscopic precession with our academics. This practical, hands-on workshop is ideal if you're interested in careers in mathematics and physics. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Deaf studies and interpreting

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Interpreting anyone? Explore the role and responsibilities of a sign language interpreter, with the opportunity to develop your British Sign Language (BSL) skills and to find out what an interpreter actually does. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
Introducing Deaf Studies Deaf awareness, deaf culture and British Sign Language will be at the centre of this session, where you can begin to explore a wide range of issues around deafness, communities and language. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm

Education and teaching

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Spring Crafts and Activities for Primary Teachers Our Primary Education course provides a high standard of training for those preparing to take up a teaching post in the primary school sector. The course complies with the statutory guidance from the Department for Education for Initial Teacher Training course. Come to our workshop where you?ll learn about what it takes to be a great primary teacher whilst trying your hand at fun educational crafts and activities. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
What is early childhood? What does it mean to work with young people, family and communities? Welcome to our courses! Meet our subject team and discover former students' about their experiences, aspirations and future plans. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
What is Special Educational Needs and Education Studies? What will it mean for you and where are we now? Discover the history of education and where we are now, with this practical session. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Your professional studies and more You could inspire the next generation of teenagers! At the Institute of Education we offer a variety of subjects and routes to becoming a Secondary school teacher for both undergraduate and postgraduate level applicants. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Engineering - Chemical Engineering

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
How does Chemical Engineering save the world? Explore how chemical engineers help people to live a better life by finding cheaper ways of making prolonged release pharmaceutical products. You'll take part in three short activities: formulate a model drug into an emulsion; observe what you make using a microscope; and spray dry your liquid formulation to form a powder that can be put into tablets. You will also be shown how products are studied on a pilot scale, to produce a high quality product that can save lives. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Engineering - Mechatronics Engineering

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Computer Aided Design (CAD) introductory session Computers are used in all aspects of the mechanical design process. Use different sets of computer tools, including SolidWorks, to develop a simple design through 2D sketching, part modelling and assembly. Telford 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Robotics and Programming: can I take your order? Don't miss your chance to program an industrial robot arm to perform a task in a manufacturing process - just a taster of the creative solutions to challenging problems that you'll develop on this course. Telford 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Engineering - Aerospace Engineering

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Taxi; takeoff; landing: Aerospace through the ages Discover more about the developments that have taken place in transportation and aircraft systems over the years, in this taster lecture including flight simulator demonstration. Telford 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Engineering - Automotive Engineering

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
University of Wolverhampton Racing (UWR) ? the secret formula of a winning team Automotive engineers are at the forefront of modern vehicle design. Come and discover what it is like to be part of the UWR Formula 3 pit crew through an interactive session with the current UWR student team, the academic and technical staff working on the Formula 3, Morgan Motor Company and Formula Student vehicles. Telford 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Engineering - Motorsport Engineering

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
University of Wolverhampton Racing ? the secret formula of a winning team Our bespoke Motorsport course focuses on all aspects of modern high-performance race vehicles, keeping pace with extremely fast-moving technologies. Come and discover what it is like to be part of the UWR Formula 3 pit crew through an interactive session with the current UWR student team, the academic and technical staff working on the Formula 3, Morgan Motor Company and Formula Student vehicles. Telford 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Engineering - Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Electronics and Telecommunications: wireless information ? it?s all around you! This exciting course teaches the essential science and technologies of electronics and telecommunication needed to develop modern engineering systems. The session gives you the opportunity to operate a Software Defined Radio and discover how much information is being wirelessly sent and received around you. Telford 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Film, media and journalism

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Multimedia Journalism - news day Wondering if a career in broadcasting is for you? Join us in our industry-fit newsroom to find out what role suits you best, as you produce a radio and television news bulletin simulating the work of professional journalists in newsrooms at the BBC, Sky, etc. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Sports Journalism: write and present a perfect match report Passionate about sports? Always wondered if a career in Sports Journalism is for you? Join us for a practical session on how to write and present sports match reports in a few easy steps and work in our industry-fit newsroom, radio and TV studios. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Health and social care

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Social Care and Joints The Social Care Success Tool Kit - Students will work in groups and take part in an activity that introduces them to issues that relate to different service user groups. This will give the students an experience of learning social care at university Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

History, politics and war studies

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Historical perspectives of an 18th century kitchen Jump back in time with this interactive examination of consumption, goods, spending and the home in the 18th century. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
African Americans and the fight for equality in the United States (1896-1948) Take a look back at relatively recent history in this interactive session, examining the fight for equality in the USA from the late 19th century to 1948. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm
Politics: Brexit, facts and fake news Join the debate in this investigation into the limitations of reason, facts and evidence in the Brexit Referendum of 2016. A consideration of whether this topic particularly lent itself to these characteristics or marked a new development in political discourse and debate. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
The importance of Military History A session focusing on the academic and scholarly significance of military history. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
War: when, where and why (does it stop?) This session will examine the frequency, nature and location of modern conflict. People?s perceptions of war tend to be shaped by the legacy of major conflicts, such as world wars; a trend perhaps strengthened by centenary commemorations and debates in recent times. As this session will explore, such perceptions are out of step with the realities of modern conflicts, which are far more localised and indiscriminate than earlier variants may have been. The session will explore the nature of these contemporary conflicts and why they may (and may not) come to an end. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm
Criminology and Criminal Justice: You be the judge Determine which crimes are the most serious and why in this session exploring criminology. You'll also consider what punishments criminals deserve and why, using real life examples of sentences received by offenders. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Food banks: how did it come to this? Food banks have become a core element of many people?s welfare needs and represent the ways in which fundamental welfare needs are met in times of poverty and austerity.This presentation reflects on why people use food banks, the struggles some food banks face in meeting demand and considers some of the long-term consequences. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
Welfare reforms and social inequality Since 2010, welfare reforms have been a core area of government policy, characterised by the ?Bedroom Tax?, freezes on welfare increases, sanctions, and now the gradual roll out of Universal Credit. This presentation examines the impact of welfare reforms, questions some of the preconceptions we might have regarding welfare, and the extent to which welfare reforms are shaped by political rather than economic objectives. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm
Homelessness: why, who and what does it mean to be homeless? Discuss some of the reasons, explanations and experiences of homelessness in this session, including what constitutes homelessness and why people become homeless. Featuring short video clips from Shelter and St Basils, the session will explore the work that these projects do to alleviate homelessness and provide the opportunity to apply sociological understandings to the issues discussed. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  

Humanities

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Indian philosophy and the human predicament: reincarnation and nirvana Explore, discuss and share your views on teachings around karma and samsara. The main traditions covered in this session are Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist philosophical schools of thought. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
Language Myths, Linguistic Realities How many words for 'snow' do the Inuit have? This talk explores some of the well-known 'facts' about language, questioning how reliable they are and how many of them are myths. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
Culture Wars: Jilly Cooper vs. B. Johnson Using one 'difficult' modern novel and one 'trashy' novel, we'll ask the big questions about what literature is for, who reads it and why, and whether the traditional divide between 'high' and 'low' culture still means anything. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm
Creative Writing: how to write a very short story What is a story, and what needs to be in it? This session explores the nature of stories and considers some of their defining elements. We will then ask how short a story can be to still be considered a story? Finally, you'll have a go at writing some very short stories to see if they work. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm

Law

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Law: trains, curry, sight tests and water parks - when negligence becomes a crime. This in-depth interactive session allows you to apply the law relating to manslaughter by gross negligence, using a case based on a real-life scenario, from the point of the original crime being committed to the sentence being imposed. You will listen to witness statements, view the rules of evidence relating to the case and be asked to apply the Crown Prosecution Service guidelines to decide whether to prosecute the defendant and what sentence to impose. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Developing practical legal skills on your Law degree Participate in a mock legal clinic where you will deal with a fictitious legal problem presented by a client. This is your chance to see how the University's law clinic deals with legal issues from the public and how students can get involved. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Nursing, midwifery, paramedic science and physiotherapy

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Becoming a children?s nurse Explore the diverse range of practice in children's nursing in this session, including responses to a wide range of children and young people's situations. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
A day in the life of a paramedic Join current Paramedic Science students, staff and West Midlands Ambulance Service staff for a range of activities. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
A day in the life of a student Come along to this session to learn more about emotional resilience and professionalism and getting ready for academic study. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Problem-based learning: developing an inquisitive mind for healthcare practice Seek potential solutions to real-life problems in this session where you will apply knowledge, understanding and problem-solving skills to a real case example. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Performing arts

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Acting and Drama: verbatim theatre Let your voice be heard in this workshop, which focuses on alternative ways of approaching characterisation. You'll learn techniques of exact replication; recording and reproducing vocal utterances through the use of technology. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Dance and Dance Science: dancers in space Make a move in this practical workshop, where you'll learn various techniques of movement and choreography. Please attend wearing appropriate dance kit/ movement clothes. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Musical Theatre: the ensemble number Voices intertwine in this exploration of the ensemble number in musicals. Flex your vocal cords in this singing workshop designed to get you using your voice and singing with others. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Popular Music: more than just a three-chord trick? What's your favourite pop song? In this session, you'll be looking at the inner workings of popular music, deconstructing well-known tracks and discovering what makes a successful pop song. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Music and Music Education and Community Practice: building a song into a sensory curriculum Say it with a song - or even teach it with a song? Explore how you might use songs as teaching tools in various settings in education and the community. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Music Technology: introduction to the recording studio Do you dream of becoming a music producer or sound engineer? This practical session introduces you to the recording studio and demonstrates how to use equipment to record live sound. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical, Science and Pharmacology

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Tablet-making workshop Tablets are simple, right? In this hands-on session, you will explore how tablets can be made and what other ingredients are added (and why that may be). We will be making tablets and then testing them to investigate what other properties tablets must have. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Psychology

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Finding Nemo: eyewitness testimony Join this session to learrn how a person's memory of an event might be influenced by information presented after the event itself, which has applications in the accuracy of testimonies presented by eyewitnesses in court. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Social work

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Discrimination and its importance to Social Work What is professional social work and what are the different styles of social work? Find out about the values and ethical principles embedded in our course, hear from current students and discover how we learn to understand the issues affecting local communities. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Sports and physical activity

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Sports Studies and Development - Making Sport inclusive Making Sport Inclusive: In session, you?ll understand barriers for people with a disability, identify a range of strategies that can be used to adapt sporting activities, and learn to deliver your own inclusive session. Walsall    
Sport & Exercise Science (combined with Exercise & Health) Get involved in this social science activity looking in-depth at Trixter bikes. Trixter bikes have many advantages, and are widely used as part of our students’ study.  Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm
Developing readiness for sport or regaining condition Welcome to field and gym-based training methods! On this session you’ll also have the chance to engage with our partners and @WLVSport staff, to get answers to your burning questions. Walsall 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Uniformed services

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
What does a fire fighter really do? The role of a modern fire fighter is much more involved than the image portrayed on television. Tutors, who are experienced fire officers,will guide you through the different elements of one of the most rewarding careers in the country. You'll examine the role of a modern fire fighter in community and environmental protection, public education and investigation, regulation and fire safety enforcement. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  
What does a fire fighter really do? The key function of a fire commander is to ensure fire fighters are safe and that they deal with every type of incident effectively. During this session, which will include a simulated incident, you'll examine how fire commanders lead and support their people to deal with a range of different scenarios including key life or death decisions. Our experience tutors will work with you to make sure that your final solution is the safest and most appropriate one for the incident you are faced with. Wolverhampton   1pm - 3pm
Police stop and search This fun, interactive workshop, which gives a taster of our new accredited Policing degree, covers the most important aspects of police stop and search. Can you uncover the most common items found hidden around the room during the procedure on the 'criminal'? Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  

Chemistry

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
Glowing Chemistry A brief introduction to Chemistry at Wolverhampton followed by a practical session in the labs where you will get the chance to investigate the chemistry of glow sticks as well as meet some current students to give you their perspectives of the student experience on the course. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm 1pm - 3pm

Physics

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
How high can you propel a ping-pong ball? and other such questions. A brief introduction to our courses, followed by a practical exploring which mathematical objects are required to capture a physical phenomenon. You’ll explore examples such as the motion of projectiles, interference of waves, and how the different ordering of lenses and polarizers can turn a microscope into a telescope. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  1pm - 3pm

Forensic Science

Session Title Activity Description Campus AM Session PM Session
How can bugs, bones and ballistics help solve the crime? A brief introduction to Forensic Science at Wolverhampton.  Have a good look around our facilities that showcase the breadth of subjects you will cover on the course: from bugs, bones and ballistics to the crime scene house and the chance to experience what giving evidence in court would be like. You will also experience a practical activity based around one of the key pieces of evidence at a crime scene. Wolverhampton 10am - 12pm  1pm - 3pm
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