Date of release: Thursday, June 15, 2017

UCASHigher education hopefuls can find out more about their options by coming along to UCAS exhibitions being held at the University of Greenwich.

Those thinking of applying for university can register to attend the events – taking place on Tuesday 20 June at the Medway Campus, and on Wednesday 21 June at the Greenwich Campus. 

Representatives from many universities and colleges will be available to speak to anyone considering entering the world of higher education. The events are also a great opportunity to ask advisers from UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) for their tips about making applications. 

Greenwich will have its own stand, and members of staff will be answering questions about the university and its courses. The university will also be holding seminars, in partnership with UCAS, on subjects including managing finances, taking gap years and entering teaching.

Robert Mayor, Director of Communications & Recruitment for the University of Greenwich, says: ""This is a wonderful opportunity for students to gather crucial information that could shape their futures, and to ask all sorts of questions. Some might even discover a course they would never have considered before. I encourage people to come along and to see what the future could hold, if they were to start at university."

The events run from 9.30am to 3.30pm. The links below have details on how to register and on various seminars.

For more on the Kent and Medway UCAS Exhibition, taking place at the Medway Campus (Pilkington Building):

For more on the South London UCAS Exhibition, taking place at the
Greenwich Campus (King Charles Lawn):

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