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A new app has been launched for students applying for Postgraduate Taught study to help them to track the status of their application.
The app provides a quick and easy way for masters applicants to check the status of their application and has been developed in response to feedback from students who have previously had to enquire directly to the University for progress information.
Features on the app include:
• Ability to track application.
• Push Notifications and alerts when application status changes (iPhone version).
• Announcements communicating with applicants.
• Course listings and information.
The new app integrates fully with the student database and works alongside the process used by the Postgraduate Admissions Team.
Phil Richards from Student Recruitment and Admissions, who has led the development of the app, said: “This is a great tool which we hope will improve the application process for those applying for Postgraduate Taught study at our University. For students who are eagerly waiting for information, having access to a real time tracker on a mobile or other device will make the whole process feel much simpler and easier.”
The new app can be downloaded from: http://appstore.liv.ac.uk/application-tracker.
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