To help students make very important decisions about their future, the University of Central Lancashire invites Year 12 learners to our University Experience Days. We also welcome Year 13 students, who have not yet submitted their university applications.
In each event, professional advice is shared on important student issues such as the UCAS application process and challenges to expect when moving into university from school/college. Our events consist of a range of differently themed contents. They are delivered by expert, research-active academics who provide their audience with a complete understanding of what university students typically experience.
Our events are free to attend, and run from 10am – 2.30pm. During the lunch period, all visitors are served a complimentary hot lunch.
PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY DAY for years 12-13 – Wednesday 13th December
The School of Psychology offers a blend of theory and practice to prepare our students for the real world, with teaching by staff with national and international reputations, who are conducting cutting-edge research that ensures that our courses are contemporary and relevant to the future employment of our students.
Our university faculty days are designed to help raise students’ aspirations and increase motivation to study in higher education. The wide range of topics and themes will provide students with the opportunity to experience university level teaching activities, delivered by expert, research informed academic staff.
The subject sessions are the primary focus of the events, and alongside this your students can benefit from the input of our trained and experienced student ambassadors.
Your students will develop their understanding of what university is really like.
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