The School of Allied Health Professionals will hold a UCAS Visit Days on this date for applicants to the BSc in Physiotherapy who have received an offer to start at Leicester in 2018:
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From 9.30am Registration
Please make your way to the ‘Union Square’ in the Students’ Union (Percy Gee Building). You will then be taken to your registration point.
10.30am ‘Welcome to the University of Leicester’ Talk
A short presentation introducing the University of Leicester and our accommodation.
10.45am Department Session
The Department visit will include a tour of the physiotherapy facilities and a welcome to talk. There will also be an opportunity for enquiry and discussion of any aspects of the Physiotherapy course delivery at the University of Leicester with Dr Simon Barry, Head of Physiotherapy.
Lunch can be purchased from any of the catering outlets on campus.
A Taste of Life at Oadby Student Village
Hop on a bus up to our Halls of Residence at Oadby Student Village. There will be buses running every ten minutes from 1.15pm. The last bus will leave campus at 2.45pm and the final bus back to campus will leave Oadby at 3.30pm. You will be able to see the social spaces on offer, an example of a typical student’s room and the facilities at Oadby.
A Campus Tour
Join our Student Ambassadors on a walking tour of the main campus. These run between 1.15pm and 3.30pm and take 30-45 minutes.
3.30pm Visit Day ends
If you arrive after the Registration period, please make your way in the first instance to the ‘Union Square’ in the Students’ Union (Percy Gee Building) to register, collect your programme and receive further directions.
If you have any questions about UCAS visit days please contact, or if you are unable to attend the date above please email Dr Simon Barry (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please also contact this address to let us know if you or any accompanying visitors have any disabilities or mobility difficulties.