Upcoming webinars on Unifrog
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Webinars on MFL, Sciences, Politics, History, Sports and English due to take place in May.
What can you do with a degree in Modern Foreign Languages?
Studying languages can boost your employability and widen your career options. Join University of Surrey, University of Westminster and the University of Chester to hear about the benefits of studying MFL.
Tuesday 3 May @ 16:30 UK time - 45 mins - sign up
What can you do with a degree in Sciences?
From Chemistry to Biomedicine, Science degrees are varied and highly valued in a number of careers. Learn about the diverse career pathways a Science degree can open up with Lancaster University and Cardiff University.
Tuesday 3 May @ 17:30 UK time - 45 mins - sign up
What can you do with a degree in Politics?
Politics influences every aspect of our lives, including healthcare, civil rights and housing. Hear from University of Brighton, Birkbeck and University of Lincoln to learn about the opportunities available after university with a Politics degree.
Wednesday 4 May @ 16:30 UK time - 45 mins - sign up
What can you do with a degree in History?
The study of history helps us develop a better understanding of the society we live in. Join this webinar to hear from University of the West of England, Lancaster University and Bournemouth University about what career areas you can access with a History degree!
Wednesday 4 May @ 17:30 UK time - 45 mins - sign up
What can you do with a degree in Sport?
Sports degrees open the door to a variety of jobs such as sports coach, personal trainer and nutritionist. Join this webinar with Liverpool Hope University and the University of Chester to discover more about what you can do with a degree in Sport!
Thursday 5 May @ 16:30 UK time - 45 mins - sign up
What can you do with a degree in English?
Studying English can boost your creative, analytical, and communication skills. Find out more about where an English degree can take you with experts from Coventry University and Solent University.
Thursday 5 May @ 17:30 UK time - 45 mins - sign up