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Our University of Liverpool in London campus is opening its doors to prospective postgraduate students, alumni and the business community on Wednesday, 29 March as part of an Open Evening event.
Whether you’re a current student at our Liverpool campus, a Liverpool graduate, or a future student interested in life-long learning opportunities and career development support, a business looking for mutually beneficial partnerships, or simply curious to discover what happens at the University of Liverpool in London, this a great opportunity to find out more.
Located at 33 Finsbury Square, the campus is set within the heart of London’s business community and a range of professional postgraduate programmes are on offer, including courses in: design, health, finance, accounting, business and communication.
At the event visitors can find out more about the programmes within each of these areas. There will also be the chance to listen n to ‘TED-style talks’, meet current students, and find out more about our Postgraduate Progression Award, which is a fee reduction granted to University of Liverpool graduates.
Christine Todd, Head of UK Recruitment at the University of Liverpool, said: “The evening promises to be a lively and informative event. We believe our Open Evening is one of the best ways future students can find out if studying at our London campus is right for them.”
Visitors can register for the Open Evening and read a full itinerary of the event at: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/london/visit-us
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