Undergraduate Taster Conference - Saturday 6th December 2014
Join us for a day of inspirational and engaging taster lectures, led by acclaimed academic staff from one of the UK’s leading research and teaching universities.
The Taster Conference is different to an open day. It will give you the unique chance to sample the subjects you're considering and get some hands on experience on what a particular course involves. It is designed to help with your university research whether you're applying to start university in 2015 or 2016.
Our Open Days give you the perfect opportunity to meet some of our current students and teaching staff to hear about living and studying at Leicester.
The 2014 Open Days have now all finished. Our next series of Open days will start in June 2015.
On the day you will be able to explore our campus and accommodation, and find out about everything from course information, finance, careers to our award winning student support services. You can also speak to our current students and staff about their own experiences of life in Leicester. Our programme of tours and talks and have been designed to give you the flexibility to select the activities that are of most interest to you.
To attend an open day you will need to book a place using our online booking form. We welcome students attending on their own, with friends or family and in group bookings from schools and colleges.
If you have any questions about our Open Days please contact our Study at Leicester team
Operating Department Practice
Please note that there will be no information about this course available on our undergraduate open days listed above. However, the Department offer their own open days specifically for Operating Department Practice.
Other opportunities to visit
If you are unable to attend one of the organised days, please feel free to contact the Student Recruitment Office on 0116 252 2674 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your own visit.
We will be happy to arrange individual campus tours led by one of our Leicester Ambassadors and you can contact the Department you are interested in to enquire about meeting with one of their staff.