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The University of Chester’s Warrington Campus is hosting a live event where you’ll be able to ask experts the burning questions about your subject area.

‘An Expert Explains… Live’ will offer opportunities to hear about leading research in a variety of subjects, such as Business, Education, Media, Nursing, Policing, Sport and Social Work.

The event has been developed following the success of the University’s popular ‘An Expert Explains’ YouTube videos, where staff from across the University of Chester talk on a diverse range of topics, including A World without Advertising, Appeal of Halloween movies and Evolution of the Nativity in Schools

Mark Hoddell, Warrington Campus Marketing and Recruitment Co-Ordinator, said: “This is a great opportunity for people to understand the type of work that we offer at the University of Chester’s Warrington Campus.

“Whether you’re studying A-Levels, BTECs or just curious to see what we offer at the Warrington Campus, you can hear from our experts as well as being able to ask questions about their field of study and research.

“Importantly, the event will give you an opportunity to gain experience of what university life could be like for you.”

The event, which starts at 4.30pm on Wednesday, December 4, takes place at Warrington Campus in Crab Lane, Padgate. 

After registering and a short welcome, you will be able to choose a session that interests you:

  • Business – Mobile Technology and Business: A workshop
  • Education – Why are we all so stressed?
  • Media – From Podcasting to Webcasting: Examining developments in Media
  • Nursing – Nursing in the 21st Century
  • Policing – A murder investigation explained
  • Social Work – What is Poverty and why should social workers be concerned about it?
  • Sport – Talent identification in Youth Sport

Between 6pm and 7pm, there will be an information fair, with support staff from Accommodation, Admissions, Careers and Employability to Student Support will be on hand with advice and guidance on how university could help you with your career choices.

While it’s free to attend, you will need to book your place at where you will also find further information.

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