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Can parents come along to the applicant days? Hannah, Redhill

 

Our Answer:

An applicant day is a brilliant opportunity to spend time on campus in your chosen school of study, meet academic staff and current students to find out more and experience student life at UEA for yourself first hand. Take a look at the range of tours you can be a part of. 

Applicant days are invite only for those who have an offer to study at UEA or have applied to UEA and have been invited to interview for their course.

It’s totally up to you as the applicant if you bring your parents/guardians along or any guests at all to experience UEA with you. You can bring up to two guests with you and many applicants do bring their parents/guardians along with them as their two guests.

If you are bringing your parents/guardians please let them know about the Q and A session available at the end of the applicant day for their opportunity to ask any burning questions from student finance to accommodation and anything in between.

All we ask is when you register for your chosen applicant day from the date(s) available to you please let us know whether you are planning to bring along any guests. This is so we know how many people to expect on the day and so we can find out any special dietary requirements and if there is any additional support needed.

We hope you enjoy your applicant day and get a lot from the experience!

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