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    Hiya,

    I had previously been to an open day at Nottingham Trent October 2015, but I have also been invited to an offer holder day on the 20th of February now that I have received an actual offer from them.

    I wanted to know the difference between a normal open day vs the offer holder day this month. I am asking whether it is worth coming to because I live in London and it's a bit of a trek to come to if it is just going to be the same as before. Are they any differences? Is it worth going to? By the way, I am studying MEDIA BA
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    (Original post by beautymuse07)
    Hiya,

    I had previously been to an open day at Nottingham Trent October 2015, but I have also been invited to an offer holder day on the 20th of February now that I have received an actual offer from them.

    I wanted to know the difference between a normal open day vs the offer holder day this month. I am asking whether it is worth coming to because I live in London and it's a bit of a trek to come to if it is just going to be the same as before. Are they any differences? Is it worth going to? By the way, I am studying MEDIA BA
    Hi beautymuse07,

    The main difference between the applicant open days and the offer-holder open days is that the offer-holder open days are way more focused and specialised on your course!

    On 20 February, there will be a Media Production taster session, as well as a Media talk, so you will be able to find out more about what you will be studying and what the course is like in so much more detail. There will also be accommodation open for you to have a look around, and an accommodation talk and campus tours for you to get to know Clifton campus a bit better, and fully decide whether you can imagine living here.

    Have you fully made your decision on which university you would like to firm? If not, I would definitely recommend you going! As it might help you to make your final decision.

    I hope this helps, and if you have any more questions please let me know!

    Thanks,

    Ellen
 
 
 
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