The event on Saturday, 21 August 2010 will enable people still hoping to find a place on a course through the Clearing process to talk through their options.
There will also be information for people wishing to start courses in 2011 at the event from 10am until 3pm at Wolverhampton and Walsall Campuses.
There will be an opportunity to look around the facilities, take tours of the campuses and meet prospective lecturers at the Open Day. Visitors can also see the student accommodation and talk to the experts about money to study and careers.
Danielle Spittle, Education Events Manager, said: “The best way to find out more about what a higher education qualification can offer you is to come along and talk to the experts. We will have plenty of information at the Open Day about courses, careers and finances for prospective students and their families and there will be talks, tours and workshops throughout the day.”
At Wolverhampton City Campus visitors can find out more about applied sciences, art and design, business, computing and IT, drama, engineering & the built environment, health and nursing, law, social sciences and communications.
Visitors to Walsall Campus will find information about sport, music, dance, leisure and lifestyle industries, midwifery, nursing, teaching and education.
For more information and to register for fast track entry to the Open Day, visit www.wlv.ac.uk/opendays
For further details, contact the enquiries team on 0800 953 3222* or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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