The perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our lecturers about our taught master's degrees and research opportunities.
It's an informal couple of hours where you'll get to discover more about the course you're considering, find out about funding and finance options and tour our facilities.
Whether you're 21 or 71, widening your skill base or furthering your knowledge to boost your career prospects, our open events are the best way for you to investigate our range of courses and flexible modes of study.
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Our open events are designed to inform and inspire you while showcasing the benefits of further study. Come along to find out more about our courses and the flexible modes of study available to you.
You will have the opportunity to ask course leaders the questions that matter to you and receive tailored advice and support.
Meet postgraduate students to get a real insight into your programme and what it’s like to study here. We offer subject presentations and more informal 1-1/group discussions.
Find out more about the postgraduate loans scheme and available funding options. UK/EU students (under the age of 60) studying a first master's degree may be eligible for a postgraduate loan of up to £10,906*. You can also contact our Money Advice Team on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. *Further details and eligibility criteria can be found at gov.uk.
Disabled parking spaces are available on campus and our buildings have been adapted for wheelchair users. Please contact enquiries to book your blue badge parking space: email@example.com. To arrange a meeting with a Disability Adviser, please call 01242 714541 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover more about your course structure, teaching style and the modes of assessment by speaking to our experts. Take the opportunity to get to know your lecturer and explore our facilities.
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