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MML Open Day 2018

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Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics Open Day 2018

The next Faculty Open Day will take place on Friday 16 March 2018. Bookings are now open, via Eventbrite.

The programme for the day will include introductory talks on both MML and Linguistics, sample lectures and tours of the MML Library and other facilities such as the Phonetics Lab and the Psycholinguistics Lab. There will be stands for each Section of the Faculty, where you will be able to meet staff and students, as well as information available about the Year Abroad and the University Language Centre. The Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies will be running an Open Day at the same time and information on combining MML with Middle Eastern Studies will also be available.

The day is aimed at Year 12 and mature students who are considering applying in the next application round. For information on events aimed at younger students, please see the Cambridge Admissions Office's page on Widening Participation, and the Language Centre's Outreach pages. Any queries about the MML Open Day should be directed to facultysecretary@mml.cam.ac.uk. Please also see the Cambridge Admissions Office website for more information on Open Days and Access events.

Please note: We are expecting to be very limited on space in the lecture rooms this year, so we will prioritise allowing prospective students into the talks. This will mean that parents and teachers (including those who have registered for parent/teacher/friend tickets) may not be able to sit in on the talks as well. We will judge on the day whether this is necessary, depending on final numbers attending. If this is necessary, parents and teachers will of course still be welcome in open areas, both during the talks and at other times.

Open Day Programme

You can view the 2018 Open Day programme here.

Parking and how to find us

Click to browse a map of the Sidgwick Site.

Unfortunately we are not able to offer parking on the Sidgwick site, for either individual or school groups. The Sidgwick Site is served by the Universal bus service, which stops on West Road and also connects to the train station. We recommend visitors either come to Cambridge on the train, or use the Park & Ride facilities, details of which can be found on the Council's website.

If you are a Blue Badge holder, please contact us for details of accessible parking.