Lots of prospective students attended The University of Liverpool’s Open Day last week to discover whether they are interested in pursuing their higher education at the north-west establishment.
The university reported 16,000 people visited on the Open Day last Friday (June 21st), which is 2,000 more than the number who came last year.
Those who attended took part in a number of workshops and activities and listened to a variety of talks to learn what campus life is like and more about the degree courses at The University of Liverpool.
Fifty student ambassadors participated in the event to help direct future students and their parents. They also took the visitors on tours around the campus and halls of residences.
The University of Liverpool has seen a rise in the number of interested students this year, with home and European Union applications increasing by 9.14% from 2012. This may be the result of the introduction of new courses, including criminology, marine biology and oceanography.
Friday was the first of a few Open Days the university is holding, with others taking place on September 28th and October 12th.
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is also hosting Open Days to show prospective students its facilities this summer, with the first event being held this Monday (July 3rd). To find out more information about the upcoming event, click here.
School-leavers can also use their visit to Liverpool to find out more about staying at Vita Student at The Chapel for the 2013/14 academic year by visiting our show unit situated next to LJMU campus, which will give them an idea about the high-quality finish of our apartments.