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Once we receive your UCAS application, it will be considered on merit by admissions staff. Many of our applicants are then invited to attend one of our Visiting Days, which are held regularly between November and March. These start with registration and a buffet lunch, and give you the opportunity to see the School, to ask questions and to meet members of staff and current students. Your parents can also attend the Visiting Day, and we arrange a separate programme for them.
It is important that you visit the School if at all possible because of the interview you will have with a member of staff, which helps to determine what conditional offer we make you. In addition, the Visiting Day provides you with the opportunity to get some insight into what it is like to be a Mathematics student at Manchester. As well as having the interview, you will be shown around the campus by some of our current students and attend a mathematical talk.
Mathematics Open Days are a half day of activities at The University of Manchester for Year 12 mathematics students.
The next Maths Open Day is March 2015, by attending you will be able to:
- Find out about maths at the University
- Speak to undergraduate students and lecturers
- Have a tour of the campus
- Hear a maths lecture
- Do some fun maths in teams
Teachers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Please remember the booking for this event must be undertaken by your school or college, not individuals.
The next University Open Days will take place on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 June 2016. For further information on upcoming open days and Campus Guided Tours, see our main Open Days page