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Students can view the range of professional, creative and industry-focussed postgraduate programmes at the Unviersity’s next Postgraduate Open Day, which is being held Wednesday, 22 March.
Taking place at our Central Teaching Hub, the event kicks off with a drinks reception, where visitors will be able to network with current students, prospective students and staff.
Prospective students will then be given the chance to find out more about funding, the application process and accommodation. In addition to this, you can gain advice about choosing the right postgraduate taught or research programme and listen to subject-specific talks.
Following the talks, staff will speak about the course you’re interested in at our Central Exhibition.
Speaking about the Postgraduate Open Day, Christine Todd, Head of UK Recruitment at the University of Liverpool, said: “Our Open Day is suitable for you if you’ve already applied for postgraduate study, are thinking of applying or simply want to find out more. It’s an excellent opportunity to speak to our expert staff about how a postgraduate qualification from the University can help you to realise your ambitions.”
Students can book a place, by registering online for the Postgraduate Open Day.
University of Liverpool students are eligible for our Postgraduate Progression Award – a reduction in fees for full or part-time master’s programmes at either our Liverpool or London campuses.
For more information about the event, please visit our Postgraduate Open Day webpages.
To find out more about the London Campus Open Evening on Wednesday, 29 March, please click here.
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