Open Day helps students reveal 'study options'

Published: 27 April 2006 at 10:30

Anglia Ruskin University is opening its doors to people who want to find out more about the higher education opportunities available to them.

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The forthcoming Open Day on Saturday 6 May will allow potential students of all ages and backgrounds to find out more about undergraduate study. 

Members of the University’s teaching and administrative staff will be offering individuals information to help them make informed decisions about study options.  The Faculties involved in the Open Day include Arts, Law and Social Sciences, Science & Technology, the Institute of Health and Social Care, the Ashcroft International Business School, and Education.

In addition to the academic areas, other departments including accommodation, admissions and libraries will be staffed with experts; and the sports facilities and language centres will be ‘on show’ for the day.

Organiser Alyson Luff said:

“Whether you want a degree for progression, a qualification to help you start out on a particular career or simply to study a subject of interest, you should come and talk to us about it – we’ll most definitely have a course for you.”

Anglia Ruskin University Open Days generally attract 800-1000 prospective students to the campus plus members of their family and friends. There are four Opened Days planned during the year. Each one is a key recruitment day for the University.

Those interested in attending one of the Open Days can pre-register online at www.anglia.ac.uk/openday or call 0845 271 3333 for more details.