Watch from anywhere in the world to find out more about the Sunderland experience. You’ll also have the opportunity to chat one-to-one with a member of our team to give you personalised answers to your questions.
We’ll be giving you a wealth of information on your most commonly asked questions on topics such as applying, courses, enrolling, modules, facilities, assessment methods, employability, and more. If you miss the webcast, don't worry; we'll send you a link to an on-demand version so you can watch it back at your own leisure.
Are you interested in applying to study one of our healthcare courses? Do you need a few tips on your personal statement? Join our Admissions Tutors from Nursing, Pharmacy and Allied Health to discover how to prepare for your interview, what happens after you get an offer and what to expect when you start the course.
Interested in Social Studies but not sure which course is right for you? This webcast will discuss three of our most popular Social Studies courses: Criminology, Health and Social Care and Sociology. Hear from our lecturers and graduates from these courses, as well as finding out more about the career opportunities that will be open to you.
Have you missed out on achieving the entry qualifications for university? Are you thinking about returning to study but feel a university degree is beyond your reach? Hear from our academics and current students in this interactive webcast and find out why an Integrated Foundation Year degree may be right for you.
Thinking of studying an IDL course in Education? Not entirely sure which course is right for you and your circumstances? This webcast will discuss two of our most popular IDL courses: PGCE Early Years Teaching and PGCE Education. Join us to understand more about these routes, meet the academics behind the scenes and start your IDL journey with us.
Discover everything you need to know about our PGCE Education (IDL) course. Join our experts and get the answers to your most commonly asked questions. Boost your knowledge in order to make a successful application and qualify as a teacher from anywhere in the world.