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New undergraduate prospectus launched
The Student Recruitment Office has launched the undergraduate recruitment cycle for 2015 entry, with the first UCAS Higher Education fair, and the publication of the 2015 undergraduate prospectus.
Vibrant new look
The new prospectus follows an exciting new design direction, reflecting the University’s core brand values to help us stand out from the crowd in the increasingly competitive student recruitment market. 2015 communications will reflect our status as the original redbrick University, set within a vibrant, exciting city with global reach. The prospectus design makes a bold and confident statement to set us apart from our competitors. Over the coming months, you will see this approach rolled out across all our undergraduate recruitment activities.
New format prospectus
We have replaced the Mini and Main prospectus with a single slimmed-down prospectus for use at Higher Education fairs, international events, for mail out to prospective students and for use at Open Day.
The new format provides potential students with a clear overview of all that the University of Liverpool has to offer. This prospectus is supported by the Entry Requirements booklet, department brochures and course pages on the web, as well as the personalised prospectus function online, which contain more detailed information at university, department and course level.
UCAS Higher Education Fairs
The UCAS Higher Education Fairs are a key part of the student recruitment cycle, targeted mainly at students in Year 12. The events for 2015 entry began on March 5 in Belfast, and the Manchester event on March 11 and 12 is one of our busiest.
To request a copy of the prospectus, visit https://liv.hobsons.co.uk/emtinterestpage.aspx?ip=myregistration.
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