Published: 28 September 2007 at 12:15
Anglia Ruskin University is getting ready to welcome people to its Chelmsford and Cambridge campuss for a day of discussions and activities, based on the many higher education opportunities available to them.
The forthcoming Open Day on Saturday 13 October 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, including details about the various programme start dates. The Faculties involved in the Open Day include Arts, Law and Social Sciences, Science & Technology, the Ashcroft International Business School, Education and the Faculty of Health and Social Care which boasts the most recent building to be opened on campus.
Professor David Humber, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Care said:
Anglia Ruskin University will be welcoming potential students, who are considering higher education or career development opportunities, and their families during the forthcoming Open Day. For many, it will be their first insight into university life.
Anglia Ruskin University Open Days generally attract 800-1000 prospective students to the campus plus members of their family and friends. There are four Open Days staged 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 on which courses are offered on which campus.
There will be tours of the new building including the demonstration wards at 11am and 1.30pm on the day.
A careers information stand will be giving subject-specific information on courses at Anglia Ruskin University from 5-13 October at the High Chelmer Shopping Centre, Chelmsford.