Visit Us

Applicant Visiting Days

Applicants who have already applied using UCAS are automatically invited to visit the Department on appointed days, providing an opportunity to meet staff and current students on an informal basis, to view our facilities, and see our superb location with views over the town of Aberystwyth and Cardigan Bay, please see Applicant Visiting Days for more information and to book onto one of the following dates.

Our Applicant Visiting Days are held between 10am to 4pm on the following dates, the department's schedule runs 11:30-4pm:

Visiting Day Programme 2017

Wednesday 15th February 2017
Saturday 18th February 2017
Saturday 4th March 2017
Saturday 25th March 2017

If these dates aren't suitable, please click here to book one of our campus tours.

To assist with the planning of your visit, please view our Visiting Day Guide 2016

 

Post Graduate Open Days

Wednesday 15th February 2017 - The Law School Postgraduate Open Day program will run 1-3pm.

Refreshments 1-1.30pm 1.30pm onwards- talk with the Postgraduate Directors from Aberystwyth law School. The talk will focus on reasons to study a Masters, the programmes on offer, the difference between postgraduate taught and postgraduate research masters, the application process and funding opportunities. Please book here and register upon arrival at Elystan Morgan Building Reception, Llanbadarn Campus.

Wednesday 15th March 2017 - We will have a stand at the Post Graduate study fair in Medrus Main, Penglais Campus, 2-4pm.

Open Days

If you are thinking of applying to study Law & Criminology, visit us on an Open Day to find out more?

Aberystwyth University runs Open Days for prospective students. Register beforehand and you will be sent a programme so that you can plan your visit.  All AU departments take part in these events and anyone with an interest in studying here is welcome to attend. Because we think that visiting potential universities and colleges is a most important part of the decision on what and where to study, we take care to ensure that our Open Day Programme informs you about our courses, our facilities and gives you opportunity for an informal chat with a member of the academic staff here.

Open Day Dates 2017

Wednesday 12th July
Saturday 16th September
Saturday 14th October
Saturday 11th November

Campus Tours are available. To make a booking please click here

Workshops and Talks for Schools and Colleges

Workshops and Talks Offered for schools and colleges

A number of schools and colleges are provided with details of the annual workshop held in the Department of Law & Criminology, and we are always happy to hear from other institutions who wish to be added to the mailing list. Similarly the Department is pleased to accommodate requests, where possible, for members of staff to visit schools and colleges to give talks and hold workshops.

Law Workshops

Our 'workshops' are designed for those who may be considering studying law but know little of what the subject involves. They allow students to work on a project concerning a topical aspect of law. Recent workshops have covered topics such as 'Provocation and Murder' and 'The Right to Protest'. Students are shown how to use legal materials and also discuss their findings amongst themselves and with members of staff.

Criminology Workshops

The criminology workshops will introduce students to the core areas of the subject and aim to give them a broad understanding of the field. As a discipline, criminology is often misunderstood, with people often confusing what they have seen on television with real life. The workshops will enable students to visit some of the key areas in criminological research and how these shape and influence policy and practice. Alongside the theoretical aspects, there will be a range of exercises to allow students to participate and partake in objective and critical thinking about crime and criminality and the best ways of dealing with these behaviours. There will also be an opportunity to discuss the more practical aspects of studying criminology and the careers that such a degree can equip you to do in the future.

email law@aber.ac.uk if you have any queries