Thinking about whether university is going to be the right choice for you? Open Days are a fantastic way to have an in-depth look around at a university and see what it’s like. It’s useful to see the campus and city away from the pictures featured in websites and prospectuses. Although everyone wants something slightly different from university, I’ve put together a handy list of things to look for on an Open Day!
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4 questions to ask when you’re applying to university
When you’re applying to university, there is a lot of pressure for you to make the ‘right’ decision. It’s important to ask as many questions as you can to make sure you are making the most informed choice you can.
What to expect from a University Open Day
For many, open days are the basis for the decisions individuals make regarding University and the place of study that they choose. It is exciting being given tours of the University with the thought of potentially studying there one day, but it is just as important to ask questions to find out whether it is the right place for you.
Open Days: Planning a visit
You may have heard of them, you may have been to one, but do you really know what they are for? Open days are a good opportunity to take a look around a university, ask questions and meet tutors.
37,000 courses – How do I choose one?
Choosing what to study for your degree is going to be one of the hardest, yet most important decisions you will make.
How to Choose the Right Course for You
Luckily for me, my decision to study Geography at university was fairly straight forward. I always enjoyed the subject throughout school and it was something I was quite good at. However, for the majority of people it’s not an easy decision. With thousands of courses to choose from, how can you decide which is the best for you? Here are some of my top tips…
Making the most out of open days!
Okay so it’s time to start looking at Universities and this means going to plenty of open days. They can be quite scary at first as they can seem really overwhelming – and that’s just with the pure amount of people attending the event!
Open Days at Worcester: Hints from Student Ambassadors
Going to university is a high-stake game, not only because it involves many funds, but mainly because you are going to spend three or four years there, depending on your course, and it will be your new home for that time.