International Students’ Orientation

International Students’ Orientation

Friday 10 September, 1 – 5.30pm

On arrival, please register in Silk Street Foyer. You may register between 1 – 2pm. If you will be arriving after 2pm, please let us know by emailing Lesley.secker@gsmd.ac.uk

Refreshments are available from the Silk Street Coffee Bar – you will be given a drink voucher on arrival.

If you wish to purchase lunch before the event, the Silk Street Coffee Bar serves a range of hot and cold snacks. There are also numerous cafes to eat in or take out in the area, including in the Barbican Centre, on Whitecross Street and Chiswell Street.

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International Students’ Meet and Greet, 1 – 5.30pm

Silk Street Theatre

Meet members of the Student Affairs and Students’ Union teams, get information about the services we offer and find out about upcoming events. We can assist with queries relating to:

· Health and well-being

· Disabilities

· Counselling

· Accommodation

· Learning support

· Events and societies

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Tour of School and local area (each tour will last approx. 45 minutes)

1.15pm 2.00pm 2.45pm

3.15pm 4.00pm 4.45pm

Please sign up for a tour when you register as capacity is limited. Meet in the Silk Street foyer at your designated tour time. Tours will be led by Students’ Union Officers and Sundial Court Residential Assistants.

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Transitions Workshops, with Professor Nick Barwick (Student Affairs)

Milton Court Rehearsal Room 2 (Level -2)

1.30 – 2.15

2.30 – 3.15

3.45 – 4.30

4.45 – 5.30

This presentation and discussion group will start to consider some of the psychological factors involved in moving from a familiar place (which for many new students, will be the family home, and a place of relative dependence) to an unfamiliar place: a new city, a new way of studying, perhaps more independence and the opportunities and challenges that can present. (And, because of Covid, to do so, in the strangest of times). For most people, this kind of transition is both exciting and anxiety-provoking.

This session will consider how to understand the challenges you might experience, in order to make the most of the creative possibilities – both within and beyond your course – that are ahead of you.

If you expressed a preference to attend this workshop at a specific time when booking, space has been reserved for you as requested.

If you expressed no preference, you can sign up for a session on arrival.

Milton Court is accessed via the Stage Door and Rehearsal Room 2 is located on Level -2. If you are not sure where to go, please meet a member of Student Affairs in Silk Street foyer 10 minutes before your workshop start time.

Date

Sep 10 2021
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Time

1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Location

Silk Street Foyer

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