Open events for prospective students hosted by UEL and Birkbeck

11:00 10 July 2012

UEL hosted an Open Day at its Stratford and Docklands campuses where potential students found information on courses and the opportunity for a behind-the-scenes look at learning and research facilities.

Information on part-time evening study at Birkbeck, University of London, was also available last week in an open event at the Old Town Hall, Stratford,

Prospective students met tutors and found out about courses starting in October. There was also information about the range of courses on offer at Birkbeck’s Stratford and central London campuses, as well as advice about fees, loans and bursaries.

n To see the full range of courses go to www.bbk.ac.uk or to order a prospectus call 020 7631 6316. Information about student finances can be found at www.bbk.ac.uk/fees.

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