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The University is getting ready to welcome 17,000 visitors on campus for its Autumn Open Days.
The events, which take place on Saturday, 22 September and Saturday, 20 October, give prospective students and their parents the opportunity to find out more about the University, its courses, and the city.
Tours, talks and activities are all planned in a packed schedule, including welcome presentations, visits to accommodation and demonstrations from academic departments.
Following its popularity at the June Open Days, the ‘Careers in the City’ bus tour returns. The University will also be running its student-led waking tours, with visitors able to sign up at the Welcome Point in the Information Zone, Mountford Hall.
The University has a number of discounts in the city for visitors. Discounts and benefits can be viewed at: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/open-days-and-visits/what-to-expect-at-open-day/city-information/
Further information on University Open Days, including the Open Day programme is available at: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/open-days-and-visits/
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