As part of their commitment to help those facing additional challenges in accessing Higher Education in Northern Ireland, The Open University is running two information sessions specifically for members of minority ethnic communities and foreign nationals.
The sessions will take place on 25th August, one in the afternoon and one in the early evening. Sessions will look at residency and Higher Education, fees and funding, studying in English, and the OU’s mode of delivery and additional support structures.
These sessions will be held at the Open University’s Belfast Centre:
110 Victoria Street
Attendees are required to register for the event using the links below:
For further queries, please contact Ireland-Widening-Access@open.ac.uk
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