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Doctoral Students' Open Day: Social Sciences

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Doctoral Students' Open Day: Social Sciences

  • British Library Conference Centre 96 Euston Rd London, NW1 2DB United Kingdom

The British Library is a hub for Social Sciences research, with vast and varied collections, expert staff and a wide range of events. Subjects covered include sociology, social policy, anthropology, sports, human geography, politics, sociolinguistics and business and management studies.

Our Doctoral Open Days are a chance for new PhD students to discover the British Library’s unique research materials. You will learn about our Social Sciences collections, find out how to access them, and meet our expert staff and other researchers in your field. The events are solely for first year PhD students who are new to the Library. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

To make the most of your day, you may wish to get a free Reader Pass before the event.

Students will learn about our collections, find out how to access them, and meet our expert staff as well as other researchers in their field. In addition to an understanding of the Library’s collections, the students gain a wider introduction to the information landscape in their field and research opportunities opening up in digital information environment. Numbers are limited and, as these events are very popular, we do encourage early booking. Places cost £5.00 and this includes lunch.

Students are welcome to attend any Open Days if they feel it is relevant to their area of research.

For details of the all events taking place at the British Library please see the British Library website.