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10 Reasons To Attend Your Applicant Day

1. Gain a greater understanding of your course
Hear more about the course you have applied for from your future lecturers and our current students. Many courses also offer workshops and taster sessions, allowing you to experience your course first hand. 

2. View our amazing facilities
Our head-turning facilities make Leeds Beckett a fantastic place to learn. Come along to see any specialist facilities relating to your course.

3. Meet your future friends
Attending your Applicant Day is a great way to meet some of the people that may be starting your course with you in September.

4. Explore your Campus
Join our Student Ambassadors for a tour of the campus you will study at. This is your chance to see the library, lecture theatres and the Students' Union.

5. See where you could be living
Hop on a coach to one of our halls of residence and our Accommodation Team will show you where you could be living in a few months' time.

6. Talk to current students
During the day we will have our trusty Student Ambassadors on hand to help direct you around our campuses and answer any burning question you might have – don’t be shy!

7. Check out our sports facilities
While you are on one of our Headingley campus tours, why not check out our amazing sports facilities – the likes of gold winning Olympic athletes the Brownlee brothers and Jessica Ennis-Hill have both trained here.

8. Questions about Money? Jobs? Disabilities?
Throughout the day members of our support service teams will be on hand. Accommodation, Admissions, Student Money Advice, Disability Services and Employability will be here to answer any of your questions.

9. Life in Leeds
Whether it's eating out, watching sport, shopping for new gear or enjoying the nightlife, there's lots to look forward to in Leeds – why not take a look around whilst you are here?

10. Bring your friends and family
Why not bring a friend or your parents along with you? They’ll be able to explore the campus with you and see where you could be studying in September.

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