What is it like to be an ethical hacker, a computer game designer or a lawyer? Hundreds of school students and mature learners will find out at the University of Abertay Dundee Open Day tomorrow (Wednesday 10 October).
Tours led by current students and lecturers will show behind-the-scenes on Abertay’s open-plan learning areas and teaching labs.
Courses offering a taste of university life include Computer Games Technology, Digital Forensics, Ethical Hacking, Food Product Design, Forensic Science, Law, Marketing & Business, and Policing & Security.
Anyone interested in attending should arrive from 1pm tomorrow (10 October) to register at Abertay’s main Kydd Building on Bell Street. The Open Day runs until 4.30pm.
Student Recruitment Manager Lesley Balfour said: “Abertay is very proud of its incredibly high-standard facilities, from computing gaming to business, health, science and much more.
“Letting potential students see the inside of Abertay, and meet our incredibly enthusiastic students, is really the best way to learn what university life is really like.
“Year after year, our students tell us how much they enjoy having direct access to lecturers and getting to know people from countries all around the world. The Open Day lets people see for themselves what’s on offer, and get honest advice from students currently at Abertay.”
Everyone attending will receive tips on how to get the most out of the busy afternoon, including planning the sessions you want to see, being sure to ask questions and explore the campus and the city.
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