2020 applicants
Event

Edge Hotel School - departmental induction events

An essential start to your academic life at the University of Essex

  • Mon 30 Sep - Fri 4 Oct 19

    09:00

  • Colchester Campus

    Various

  • Event type

    Welcome

  • Event organiser

    Edge Hotel School

  • Contact details


    01206 874789

Induction to your new academic department is an essential part of Welcome Week.

Your department induction is a compulsory part of Welcome Week.

Come and find out more about your course, meet key members of staff like your personal tutor, and meet the people you're going to be studying with. 

Your induction schedule

Events Management (three year)

Edge Hotel School Department Welcome Talk
When? Monday 30 September, 10am - 11am
Where? 4.722

Read the full schedule of events for Events Management students.

Events Management with Hospitality (two year)

Edge Hotel School Department Welcome Talk
When? Monday 30 September, 10am - 11am
Where? 4.722

Read the full schedule of events for Events Management with Hospitality students.

Hospitality Management (three year)

Edge Hotel School Department Welcome Talk
When? Monday 30 September, 10am - 11am
Where? 4.722

Read the full schedule of events for Hospitality Management students.

Hotel Management (two year)

Edge Hotel School Department Welcome Talk
When? Monday 30 September, 10am - 11am
Where? 4.722

Read the full schedule of events for Hotel Management students.

Please note all events throughout your programme-specific Edge Hotel School Welcome Week are compulsory.

Other welcome events in your department

Your other essential Welcome activities 

As well as your department events, make sure you attend the following events:

  • Registration - to become an official student at the University of Essex it is essential you register during Welcome Week. Find out when your department registration session is and what to take with you.
  • Essex English Language Assessment - The Essex English Language Assessment is compulsory for all international students with English as an additional language. If your first language is not English, you will need to attend a briefing