Here are the answers to Offer Holder Day questions we often get asked. If you need more information, please get in touch - call us on 01382 308080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tailored exclusively for applicants who've received an offer to study with us, they give you the opportunity to get beneath the skin of your chosen course. Activities differ from course to course but typically you'll be able to:
Speak with academic staff who will guide you in your learning
Take part in subject-specific activities
Explore the campus and the facilities for your chosen subject
Chat to current students about their experiences at university
Meet other applicants from the same course as you
You’ll also find out more about:
Sport and leisure opportunities, societies and available support
Fees and finance
Learning and disability support
Careers support and study abroad opportunities
Activities may start at different times so make sure you check the program once it's ready. Degree programme sessions may also run at different times, so check those, too. Once you’ve done that you can start to plan your day and judge the best time to arrive. Allow 15 mins before the start of your first session for checking in.
How long you stay depends on what you want to do.
You won’t want to miss the degree programme activities and then if you go on a campus tour and a talk/tour about the accommodation, you’ll easily spend about four hours.
Trust us, the day will fly by.
Yes, of course. If you can, try to limit the guests you bring to two, but if you have more, don’t fret, that’s fine.
Yes, please register at the reception area on the ground floor of the Kydd Building. Allow 15-30 mins before the start of the first session you want to attend.
If you’d appreciate some help in coming to a decision, we'd always recommend speaking to the academics for each course to help you decide.
Anything you like! It's not an interview, you need to feel comfortable.
For blue badge parking spaces, call us on 01382 308080 or email email@example.com. There are disabled parking places in Bell Street close to the University and you're permitted to park on yellow lines if displaying a badge.
The Abertay campus is in the city centre, so when you’re done with us, please do go and explore, you can walk. Don’t miss the V&A Museum, it’s close to the train station.