Live web chats will offer graduates an insight in to how they can build on their skills and qualifications to compete in today’s employment market.
Glyndŵr University’s virtual open day will be held on Wednesday, April 25 between 11am and 2pm.
Experts from across the university’s range of postgraduate courses will be on hand to answer questions live, while there will also be advice on research degrees, funding opportunities and the process of applying for a course.
Professor Peter Heard, executive director of the university’s Graduate School said: “This is the fourth postgraduate virtual open day the university has run, offering prospective students the opportunity to explore the advantages of studying with us without having to leave their desk at work or home.
“Visitors can log in and ask as many questions as they like about the university, and find out about the competitive advantage postgraduate qualifications offer.
“We look forward to chatting to prospective students and demonstrating how Glyndŵr University can help them meet their professional goals due to the emphasis we place on equipping students with the skills they need for today’s workplace.”
Glyndŵr University offers postgraduate courses in computing, engineering, management, the creative industries and many other areas.
As well as the live chats, a large number of videos will be on offer to give an insight in to individual subject areas and facilities at the university.
To register your interest in the virtual open day, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and details of the subject area(s) you are interested in. Details on how to log in will be sent out to all registered visitors.
For more information on the event contact Steve Graves – email email@example.com or call 01978 293933.
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