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Has anyone been to an Applicants Day at Leicester? Do people normally come with friends/ parents?
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Hi i haven't been on a applicant day but as an ambassador for the university i have worked them. It is perfectly fine to bring friends or family and most people will. It is something i, personally, would recommend as it is such a big decision and a second opinion/different perspective could be very useful. If you have any other questions about these visits or the university in general feel free to ask
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Hi i haven't been on a applicant day but as an ambassador for the university i have worked them. It is perfectly fine to bring friends or family and most people will. It is something i, personally, would recommend as it is such a big decision and a second opinion/different perspective could be very useful. If you have any other questions about these visits or the university in general feel free to ask
Thank you! Won't be as stressed
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Has anyone been to an Applicants Day at Leicester? Do people normally come with friends/ parents?
I went earlier this year (started Leicester in Sept). The vast majority bring their parents with them. It's basically the same as the open day but with a greater focus on the course you intend to do. It's still good - it definitely confirmed my intention to go there
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