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Do you need any documents to go to tasters day

How is tasters day gonna be like,what do they do
Reply 1
if you’re talking about uni open days then i don’t think you need any documents. you just listen to talks about courses, accommodation, life there and look around the campus
Reply 2
Original post by uyovwiesevwa
How is tasters day gonna be like,what do they do

They give you a run through of day to day schedule of their schools and sometimes your individual lessons so u can meet teachers etc- so you know what to expect when you arrive.
Original post by uyovwiesevwa
How is tasters day gonna be like,what do they do

Hi @uyovwiesevwa,

At an open day, you can explore the campus and chat to academics and department reps to find out more about the courses. There are usually tours of accommodation, sports facilities and academic facilities. There are normally subject talks as well. It's a great way to get a feel of the uni and learn more about your specific degree by asking questions to students who study there. You can stay as long as you want and explore areas of the uni that you could be spending lots of time at in the future.

Offer holder events are a little different because they're more hands on and are usually run by your department. For example, at Lancaster's chemistry offer holder event, you get to do a practical, a small group seminar (a bit like a lesson at school), a tour of the department and a chance to find out more about the different variants of the degree program. It allows more time to chat with people in the department about specific queries.

For an open day, you typically don't need any documents but may need to register online on your uni's website. If you need any documents for an offer-holder event, the uni will correspond with you directly to let you know what you need to bring.

Hope this helps
-Beth
(Lancaster Student Ambassador)
(edited 10 months ago)

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