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Hidden Gems Webinar Series

Hidden Gems Webinar Series

4 - 8 March 2024

Are you still unsure what you want to study?

Hidden Gems is a series of webinars showcasing unique undergraduate courses you can study at Essex. Explore the different options available and find your perfect course!

Experience the course through a mini-taster session and find out what careers it could lead to once you have completed it - you might be surprised!

Please find the schedule and registration below, or get in touch if you'd like more information:

   10.00am  12.00pm  2.00pm
Monday 4 March 2024

BA Childhood Studies

Topic: Introduction to Childhood Studies

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BA Modern Languages Translation, Interpretation and Cultural Mediation

Topic: Bridging Cultures: Modern Languages, Interpretation and Cultural Mediation

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Tuesday 5 March 2024

BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics:

Topic: Is the World Becoming More Conflictual?

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BA Philosophy, Religion and Ethics:

Topic: Thinking and Working Like a Philosopher

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Wednesday 6 March 2024

BSc Global Sustainability & BSc Marine Biology 

Topic: Marine Pollution - What is Killing Our Seas?

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BA Computational Linguistics

Topic: Extending AI Access: Language Technologies in Under-Resourced and Multi-Lingual Languages

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BA Psychodynamic Practise 

Topic: Trauma and Mental Health: A Psychodynamic Alternative to Psychology

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Thursday 7 March 2024

BSc Actuarial Science

Topic: Risk Attitude: Are you Risk Loving?

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BA Global Studies and Sustainability 

Topic: What is the Solution to Climate Crisis?

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Friday 8 March 2024

LLB English and French Law

Topic: Contract Law and parking tickets: can they be challenged?

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BA Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)

Topic: Global Linguistic Horizons: Empowering Multilingual Mastery and TEFL Expertise

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BEng Neural Engineering with Psychology

Topic: Neural Interfaces: Connecting Brains to Technology

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