BSc (Hons) Marine Science | Online Open Day SAMS UHI
Wednesday 6th October 2021 - 1pm to 2pm
SAMS UHI Campus Tours
Saturday 30th October 2021 - tours between 12pm and 3pm
Saturday 6th November 2021 - tours between 12pm and 3pm
Places are now fully booked. Please contact email@example.com with your interest in this event and to be placed on a cancellations list.
About our Online Open Day - 6th October 2021
Get the latest on our 2022 marine science degree course from programme leaders, staff & students. 'Sea' the world differently at SAMS UHI.
This event is ideal for those considering applying to our BSc (Hons) Marine Science programme for 2022 intake.
Are you ready to sea the world differently and get inspired for a career in marine science? Study at the #universityonthebeach!
Get the juice on what it’s really like to study BSc (Hons) Marine Science at SAMS UHI which this year received a 100% student satisfaction score in the 2021 National Student Survey. UHI was also 1st in Scotland and 3rd in the UK for earth and marine science subjects in the #GuardianUniversityGuide2022 .
Join us online on Wednesday 6th October for an interactive Q&A session and panel discussion featuring students, programme leaders and student services.
Learn more about why SAMS UHI is one of the top places in the world to study marine science and what joining our programme could mean for your future and the future of our oceans.
Ask us a question!
Attendees can ask questions throughout the event using the online chat function and our panel will do their best to answer them. Or even better, why not put your questions to us before the event so we can make sure the topic is included? You can email your questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the panel:
John Howe: Programme Leader and Marine Geologist
Arlene Ditchfield: Deputy Programme Leader and Microbial Biogeochemist
Polly Crooks: Student Services
BSc (Hons) Marine Science SAMS UHI students
Accommodation Team Member
About our SAMS UHI Campus Tours (Fully Booked)
Saturday 30th October & Saturday 6th November
This event is ideal for those considering applying to our BSc (Hons) Marine Science programme, for 2022 intake and beyond.
Are you ready to sea the world differently and get inspired for a career in marine science?
Visit the #UniversityOnTheBeach! Sign up for a tour of the teaching facilities at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) where you can study a BSc (Hons) in Marine Science on a University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) programme.
Our campus tours, led by students, student support staff and programme leaders, are a great opportunity to explore our campus and its student facilities and get a real feel for what it’s like to study marine science at SAMS UHI. Check out our teaching labs, lecture rooms, canteen, our seaview balcony and more. Learn from our tour guides what joining our programme could mean for your future and the future of our oceans.
Why not make a day or a weekend of it! SAMS' Ocean Explorer Centre (on-site) will also be open to visitors too where you can find out more about SAMS' mission to work for healthy oceans and the vital marine science research work we do. Visit Dunstaffnage Castle and find a hidden ruin chapel in the woods. Take a walk around the Dunstaffnage headland and discover stunning pebble beach coves and see what marine life you can find on our rocky shores.
SAMS UHI is one of the top places in the world to study marine science. This year we celebrate a 100% student satisfaction score in the 2021 National Student Survey. UHI was also 1st in Scotland and 3rd in the UK for earth and marine sciences subjects in the #GuardianUniversityGuide 2022.
COVID-19: Pre-booking visitors only. Spaces are limited on this event. Tour groups will be small and tours will run in compliance with COVID-19 health and safety regulations. Pre-booked visitors will be sent advice before the event.
FULLY BOOKED - If you would like to be added on to a cancellation list please emailed your interest to email@example.com.
SAMS is an academic partner of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).
Contact: Polly Crooks, SAMS UHI Student Services and Course Advice
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm
#universityonthebeach #ThinkUHI #marinescience