Some of you may still want to visit the University before coming in September or possibly, for the start of 2020. So, this post is about what will be available to you during an Open Day at Edge Hill.
First things first, you need to have an idea of the course or courses you are interested in and would like to study. Then you can know what talks are on throughout the day about it.
During the open day, there are many of signs and people around to help you figure out what buildings you would like to go to. My advice is to go to a talk for your course, see the accommodation round campus and to see the catalyst.
There are many more buildings within Edge Hill accommodated for different subjects so, try and go to the building you have your talk in as that is where your classes will most likely be. It would also be a good idea to have a look at the accommodation to see what the halls are like and whether you would prefer a particular one such as: Main Halls which are shared bathrooms, compared to, Chancellors Court which have en-suites. Also, the catalyst is one of the most recent buildings and you’ll probably find you will be spending a lot of time there using the study rooms, so I highly recommend seeing this too.
You can also go on tours throughout the day by visiting the Hub and checking in to get a space on it. These tours are very good if you want to know your bearings for the campus in particular.
Throughout the day, there are food and drink supplied which are free, so you don’t need to worry about eating and they cater for people with intolerances and allergies as well.
These are only a few things that I suggest you do whilst being at the Open Days at Edge Hill. The campus is quite big, so I would make sure to come early. You can find the Open Day dates by clicking on the link below. And if you need anymore advice, just drop a comment down below.