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The most important choice about going to university is picking the right one. The right university is different for everyone and one that is for your best friend might not be right for you, and therefore your choice in university has to reflect you and what you want. But the best way to choose which one is right for you is to go and visit.

If you’re considering making a late application for 2013 or interested in studying here from 2014 we are having the first open day of the year on Saturday 15th June.

These are our largest events by far, and are for all students interested in an undergraduate course at BU. Usually held at weekends these are your chance to talk to staff and students and attend a wide schedule of talks so you can get an update on accommodation, fees and funding, our courses, student life and how to apply. You can also look around campus and take a bus tour of the local area which include pit-stops at some of our Halls of Residence.

Also, for our first open day of the year, Saturday 15th June we will be including some fun features to make the day more engaging, one of these is a BBQ and a little live music to make your day more fun!

These days will give you the chance to get a feel for university while seeing if you would like Bournemouth to be your home for the next few years. Everyone is welcome!

Future dates:
Saturday 15th June 2013 |  Saturday 7th September (HSC only) | Saturday 21st September 2013 (Talbot campus) | Saturday 19th October 2013 |Saturday 26th October 2013 | Saturday 16th November 2013

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Three top tips for making the most of the open days:

1.    Come prepared… think about what’s important to you, bring a list of questions and talk to as many people as possible to make sure you get the answers you need – we’re here to help and want you to go away feeling happy that you’ve found out everything you wanted to
2.    Come with an open mind… choosing your university is about making sure you’re applying for the right course, but for many it’s also about the sort of experience you can expect so be sure to find out what activities you can get involved with – discovering what SUBU and sportBU can offer are a good starting point!
3.    Make the most of it… attend as many talks as possible (even the boring finance ones as they’ll help you get prepared), and why not stay for a night so you can get a better feel for the area.

Like our dedicated Facebook page for students coming to BU to be kept up to date with open days and find out a lot more information you may need to know.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

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