Saturday, 7 March 2009

Conferences

Business Studies AS - London

AS Unit 2 Business Studies

The course will take place on the 06/05/2009

at Logan Hall
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London
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WC1H 0AL

For full details please download the course brochure (PDF)


A2 Business Studies - London

A2 BUS6 Business Studies

The course will take place on the 13/05/2009

at Logan Hall
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London
-
WC1H 0AL

For full details please download the course brochure (PDF)

AS Business Studies - London (Revision week-end)

AQA AS Business Studies

The course will take place on the 18/04/2009

at Regent`s College
Inner Circle
Regent's Park
London

NW1 4NS

For full details please download the course brochure (PDF)

Various AS and A2 Revision Workshops for Economics


Sociology....

Sociology AS/A2 Conference

This is the 6th regional conference for Sociology students and their teachers we have held at Park Campus and it promises to be our best yet. Delegates will hear from Professor Andy Pilkiington on Policing and Professor Mary Evans of the University of Kent on Relationships. There will be active workshops across a range of AS/A" themes and the day will finish with a contemporary film which raises Sociological issues. Sponsored by the ESRC this year's event is part of the Festival of Social Sciences week which is taking place across the country. The event is free to all teachers, lecturers and students in attendance and visitors will be coming from the host community and Leicestershire, Worcestershire, Buckinghamshire and Cambridgeshire and London. Tickets are available from the Social Sciences office in Naseby.

Event date: Wednesday March 11 2009

Time: 8:45am - 4pm

Venue: Park Campus

Host department/organiser: School of Social Sciences

Price: FREE

Contact: Karin Takkou / 0772 0771 090


From Elvira's blog:

i've found just these two conferences in sociology but they are far away from Oxford =)in Uni of Essex and Sussex

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