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The University’s international recruitment team will visit Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia during April and May to talk to students about their options for studying at Liverpool.
The team will visit a number of cities to offer guidance and support to those students undertaking a degree in Liverpool this September and those wishing to study here in the near future.
Events will take place at venues in major cities across all three countries, where students can register their interest in courses at Liverpool and ask for advice on applying to overseas universities.
Students can meet a member of the Liverpool team at the following events:
International Exhibition and Conference on Higher Education
Wednesday 15th – Saturday 18th April 2015 – Check event website for opening times
16ª Feria de Posgrados de Calidad 2015 CONACYT – 12:00 – 19:00 (times may vary across cities)
Mexico City Friday 17th – Saturday 18th April 2015
Monterrey Monday 20th April 2015
San Luis Potosi Wednesday 22nd April 2015
Acapulco Friday 24th April 2015
For more information about applying to study at Liverpool, please visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/international/
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