Considering studying at Plymouth Marjon University? Come and check out the uni on an open day. Attending an open day is the best way to get all your burning questions answered by staff and students. As well as getting answers to all your questions, you'll get a chance to check out the local area, see the accommodation on offer and join the campus tours going on throughout the day. Open days offer invaluable insight into the courses you're interested in to help you make the right decision when you apply to university. Make sure to register for your place on an open day at Plymouth Marjon University.
On open days at Plymouth Marjon University, you'll find a packed schedule, so be sure to plan your day carefully. You'll be able to take part in campus tours as well as accommodation tours and attend subject talks as well as general talks covering subjects including how to fund your university studies. Open days also offer an insight into the facilities the university has to offer, from the library to the outlets on campus to IT. Throughout the day there'll be chances for more informal conversations, with both staff and current students on hand to answer your queries. These informal conversations are ideal for getting a better feel for life at Plymouth Marjon University.
In short, anything and everything you want answered. You'll be able to speak to students as well as staff from all different departments of Plymouth Marjon University. Think of the different areas of student life you have questions about and make a note of all your questions before you visit. Some popular topics for questions asked at open days are the optional modules on your course, the local area, the options available for accommodation and the societies available to join. Everyone you meet at the open day will be more than happy to help, no matter how small your question is (or even if you think it's a silly question). If you've got more niche or technical questions you might have to direct them to the relevant team at Plymouth Marjon University or pop them in an email to be addressed properly.
Not everyone will be able to attend one of the open days on offer at Plymouth Marjon University, so there's plenty of other ways to find the information you need before making your decision. While everyone is now moving away from virtual open days, there's plenty of information online. On the Plymouth Marjon University website, you'll find answers to a lot of your questions including details about the campus, accommodation and student life. The email addresses for all the different departments are also available online if you need to ask any specific questions. And of course, open days aren't the only chance to visit the campus. If you're made an offer, you'll have the chance to join an applicant day, also called an offer holder day or a taster day. These days are designed to be more closely tailored to the course you've applied to, as well as featuring the same campus tours and accommodation tours you find on an open day.
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