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Undergraduate Virtual Open Day 7 October 2020

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In a world that is constantly changing, so are we. As you can’t come to us, we will come to you!

NU World Virtual Open Days are so much more than a 360 tour. See our city, explore our campus and meet our community. You can experience subject talks, live Q&As and live chats from the comfort of your own home.

Pre-book your place today and we’ll email you in the coming weeks with all of the information you need, including our live event timings so you can book onto live talks and build your own personalised schedule for the day.

This is a pre-application event for students interested in applying for a full-time undergraduate course starting in September 2021 within either Design, Architecture and Built Environment, Arts, Law, Maths,Physics and Electrical Engineering, Nursing, Midwifery and Health, and Social Work, Communities or Education.

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