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UWE Bristol - Undergraduate Virtual Open Day - November

21 November 2020 Time: 09:30-16:00


UWE Bristol

Summary

Price
Free
Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification

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Overview

The best way to really get to know UWE Bristol is to come along to an Open Day. But right now, we have to keep everyone around us safe by staying home. So while physical events aren't possible at the moment, we're opening our doors digitally. Giving you everything you need to make a life-changing choice.

We will be updating this page with registration details in due course.

The big idea? Giving you the info you need to make a life-changing choice. Because when you choose UWE Bristol, you'll choose more than a university and a course – you'll choose a mindse

Description

Date: 21 November 2020
Time: 09:30-16:00

So what can you expect?

  • Watch pre-recorded and live videos and live Q&A chats about the course you're interested in and key university services from accommodation to fees and funding. So have your questions ready.
  • Got an interest in sport? Or musically-inclined? Make sure you watch our videos from our fantastic Centre for Music and Centre for Sport.
  • International students can get answers on topics such as visas to the application process.
  • Join live Q&A chats with our current students and get a feel for what life is like at UWE Bristol.
  • Watch 360° tours of each campus and its facilities.

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