University of Ulster open days attract thousands

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MORE than 15,000 prospective students are expected to attend University of Ulster Open Days 2012.

Taking place over five days and one evening, the events will allow visitors from across Northern Ireland and further afield to experience the first-class courses and learning facilities on offer at the University of Ulster.

Attendees will also be able to chat with lecturers; get detailed information about full and part-time courses of interest; tour Ulster’s high-quality student accommodation; attend subject talks and course-related events; speak to advisors about issues such as finance and accommodation and find out about the outstanding sports facilities and courses available at the University.

As well as recent school leavers, the events are aimed at mature students and those thinking of undertaking part-time study.

Open Days 2012 take place at Coleraine on Monday September 10, from 9.30am – 2pm.

University of Ulster Head of Marketing, Lydia McClelland said: “Our 2012 Open Days are a wonderful way to experience life at the University of Ulster and to speak with students and staff. “

For further information about University of Ulster Open Days 2012, click on the link: http://study.ulster.ac.uk/about-ulster/open-days.php