Coronavirus and visits
The University is closely monitoring national and international developments in relation to COVID-19 and carefully reviewing all recruitment events in light of the developing outbreak. Please view the latest advice and guidance for applicants and prospective students.
We are currently unable to host on-campus visits, or attend events such as recruitment fairs. However, we’re developing online content to help you learn more about the University, our degree programmes and what it’s like to study and live here. So, please check back for updates.
Visiting the University is a great way to focus students' attention on the UCAS process and their progression to Higher Education. Many schools and colleges include a visit in their Sixth Form induction programme, during the first two weeks of September or towards the latter part of the academic calendar. Even though we are able to accommodate visits throughout the year.
We can accommodate groups of up to 250 students and the visit can last anything from two hours to a full day, but typically a campus visit will run from 10am until 2pm.
We tailor events to each individual audience, and there are always plenty of current students (known as Liverpool Ambassadors) on hand to ensure that your group gets the most out of the day.
School Campus Visit - typical itinerary
|10am-11am||Welcome presentation - Formal welcome from a member of the UK Recruitment Team|
|11am-12noon||Tours by our trained Liverpool Ambassadors, taking in one of our two main libraries, the Guild of Students, the Careers and Employability Service, and Sports Centre.|
|12noon-1pm||Lunch - Students are given time to purchase lunch supervised by Liverpool Ambassadors (Lunch is not provided). Catering could be provided at a cost, please do contact us for further details|
You can choose from one of the following optional activities:
Alternatively, to discuss any other elements you may wish to include, please contact Rebecca Roberts-Achilleos or telephone 0151 795 5503.
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