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The University will hold four Open Days during 2015, giving prospective students the opportunity to see what Liverpool has to offer.
Events will take place on:
Postgraduate Open Evening takes place on Wednesday, 18 March from 4pm to 6pm.
Last year’s Open Days were extremely successful with an increase in both registrations and attendees across the four events, compared to the previous year. In total 19,775 prospective students registered to attend, an increase of 12.4%.
The success of these events has contributed to a healthy application position for Entry 2015. Latest figures from UCAS show that Liverpool’s Home/EU applications for Entry 2015 are currently up by 20.02%, compared with the previous year. In comparison, the sector is experiencing a decline in applications of 0.93% and Liverpool’s competitors are also down by 0.94%.
Christine Todd, Head of UK Recruitment, said: “The success of last year’s Open Days has undoubtedly contributed to healthy applications for 2015 Entry. Our applications figures are particularly encouraging in comparision with the sector and our competitors.
“I would like to thank everyone involved in making last year’s events so successful. Student recruitment is a critical priority for the University and success in this area benefits us all. Your continued support for Open Days is greatly appreciated.”
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