Law School Open Days

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There are a number of reasons that attending a university open day is a good idea. Firstly, it’s your chance to have a really good look at the place you’re going to be spending the next three or four years of your life. If you’re struggling to choose between universities then going to an open day gives you a real chance to compare the courses and facilities.

Other good reasons to attend a university open day are:

  • You’ll have the chance to ask questions to admissions team and subject tutors/lecturers
  • You’ll be able to see the student accommodation
  • You’ll get a feel for what university life is really like
  • You’ll have the chance to speak to current students about their experience
  • You’ll learn more about the subject and career paths available

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It’s also worth making time to take a look around the local area when you attend the open day, especially if you’ve travelled some distance and you won’t have a chance to visit again before you start your course.

Usually by the time you attend a university open day you’ll know which subject area or course you’re applying to. Some open days are general university open days which you can attend even if you don’t know which course you want to apply to.

Once you’ve applied and been made an offer you might also be invited to attend an “applicant day” that will be subject specific as well as giving you the chance to see the university and its facilities.

Law School open days provide you with a valuable insight into the life and prospects of a lawyer. You’ll get the chance to ask questions, learn more about the course, and find out the many directions that a degree in law can take you in.

Open days are usually as interesting and interactive as possible so you’ll take part in different activities and get to know other potential students. You won’t be marked on the activities but it’s a good idea to get involved and be enthusiastic to show what a great student you’ll be.