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08 September 2011
Hundreds of prospective students are set to descend on campus in a bid to find out more about our courses, visit the University’s facilities and meet staff and students.
The University’s Visit Day, which takes place this week (Friday 9th September), has been designed around students who intend to make their university decisions and apply in the autumn.
Staff from all of the University’s academic Schools will be on-hand throughout the day in a central exhibition area in the University’s Student Union, and a series of organised talks covering the UCAS application process, student finance, residences and careers will take place.
Visitors will also be given the chance to tour the Cathays Park Campus, take a look inside Halls of Residence, sports facilities and the Students’ Union, and find out more about student life in Cardiff.
David Roylance, Head of Undergraduate Recruitment & Widening Access said: "The University’s Visit Day is designed to give those students thinking of applying to University next year an overview of Cardiff University and provide vital information about the UCAS process.
"We experienced an unprecedented level of demand for this year’s Visit Day and the day was quickly fully booked. For those students who unfortunately missed out there are still other opportunities to visit and get more information.
"Our annual Open Day will be held in April 2012. For further details, students can re-visit the site in December 2011. It is also possible to visit the University independently.
"Any student interested can call into the Undergraduate Recruitment Office to collect an information pack which will include a self guided campus tour guide which you can use to take your own tour of the Cathays Park."
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