Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies
   
   
  

Your open day - 13 or 14 September

Open Days are your chance to discover why Nottingham is a great place to live, study and work.

  • Chat with academics about the courses you're interested in.
  • Meet current students.
  • Tour our accommodation and award-winning facilities.

Book your open day

Below is a list of activities and links for the June open days. Times and locations may changes slightly for September. Check back here closer to the date or see the programme or MyNottingham app.

 

Key Cultural, Media and Visual Studies activities 

Film and Television Studies
Key Film and Television Studies activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Talk to staff and students about our courses in an informal setting 9.30am-4pm A19, Trent Building
Talk Studying film and television at Nottingham 11.00-11.30am Screening Room LG140, Hallward Library
 
International Media and Communications Studies
Key International Media and Communications Studies activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Chat to staff and students about our courses in an informal setting 9.30am-4pm A19, Trent Building
Talk Studying international media and communication studies at Nottingham 1.00-1.30pm Screening Room LG140, Hallward Library
 
History of Art
Key History of Art activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Chat to staff and students about our courses in an informal setting 9.30am-4pm A19, Trent Building
Talk What is history of art and where could it take you? 11.00am-12.00pm C15, Teaching and Learning Building
Taster session A sample lecture from one of our undergraduate modules 1.45-2.30pm C15, Teaching and Learning Building
 

University-wide activities

Access information on everything from accommodation tours to welfare services to campaign and social groups.

Website

PDF programme

MyNottingham app

 

 

Would you like to combine Cultural, Media and Visual Studies with another subject?

  • Check out the available options
  • Come to one of our Open Day "Why choose joint honours?" talks
    • 10-10.30am B46, Trent Building
    • 1.45-2.15pm B46, Trent Building
 
Alice Reed Hist of Art - cropped
Being a student of the University of Nottingham has enabled me to participate in Crop Up Gallery, a student-led curatioral collective that exhibits art across the city. As the current Director of the collective, I have built an impressive set of unique skills, perfect for enhancing my career trajectory.  I have also cultivated an inspiring community of peers, who have constantly supported me throughout my degree. 
Alice Reed, History of Art

 

 

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