What will you do at your applicant day?
If you've been made an offer to study at LJMU, you'll be invited to an applicant day
Applicant days are a chance for you to get to know the University a little better. You’ll be able to talk to lecturers, take part in a workshop or lecture and explore your Department’s facilities. You’ll also be able to chat to current students and find out more about your accommodation and finance.
If you’ve been made an offer to study an undergraduate course at LJMU, chances are you’ll be invited to attend an applicant day. Once you have your email invitation, you can book your place online. If you are invited to audition or interview, you will receive instructions from your Faculty Admissions Team.
Frequently asked questions
Got a question? You might be able to find the answer below.
What will I do at an applicant day?
You’ll spend your day on campus exploring your Department’s facilities and learning more about your course.
University staff and students will welcome you onto campus, giving you the chance to speak to them about life at LJMU. As part of your day, you will find out more about the specific subject you’re interested in studying. This may be through a lecture, workshop or seminar. During the day you can also go on a campus tour, explore your accommodation options and get to know Liverpool.
Who is an applicant day for?
Applicant days are for those students who have been given an offer to study at LJMU. Depending on the subject you have applied for, you might be invited to audition or interview – check the course entry requirements and UCAS Track if you’re unsure.
How does my applicant day differ from an open day?
Applicant days are useful because, unlike an open day, you’ll be able to find out more about the specific subject you’re interested in.
Can I bring my family or friends?
Yes, please feel free to bring guests to your applicant day. We look forward to meeting you.
How will I be invited to an applicant day?
You will be invited to an applicant day via email. Remember to check your spam inbox – sometimes our emails are sent here. If you have been made an offer, but haven’t received your invitation, please contact us.