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The University will welcome more than 5,000 potential students to campus this weekend for the first of its autumn season Open Days.
With registrations up by 15% compared to last year, staff are preparing for a packed schedule of tours, talks and activities, including welcome presentations, visits to accommodation and demonstrations from academic departments.
Alongside potential students, the University is expecting more than 9,000 guests on campus to explore study opportunities and learn about new initiatives, such as the ‘Year in China’ programme – a flagship opportunity for undergraduates to spend an additional year at Liverpool’s partner university, XJTLU, as part of their degree.
Research suggests that more students than ever are using Open Days to help them make informed decisions about their future careers. The number of students registering for Liverpool events has grown each year, providing opportunities to showcase academic programmes, new accommodation, and teaching facilities to thousands of prospective applicants.
Open Days for entry 2016 will take place on Saturday 26 September and Saturday 10 October.
For more information about forthcoming Open Day activities please visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/open-days-and-visits/
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