Open Event registration is only required for the Ipswich campus. Please ensure you attend an Open Event at the location where the specific course you are interested in is offered.
Please note, this course is delivered at Suffolk New College.
It looks like you are mostly interested in Postgraduate study, please select the Postgraduate event between 5.00pm-7.00pm
It looks like you are mostly interested in Undergraduate study, please select the Undergraduate event between 4.00pm-7.00pm
Please note this Open Event is aimed at those applying to study in September 2019 or February 2020. There will be information on how to apply for 2019/20, finance and accommodation. If you are thinking of applying for a 2020/21 start or beyond, we recommend attending an alternative event on 6th July, 5th October, 9th November or 25th April. This event will also offer subject sessions and a chance to speak one-on-one with an academic. If you are not available to visit on any of these dates, individual campus tours are also available, please contact [email protected] for details.
Please note this Open Event is aimed at those wishing to apply for study in September 2019 or February 2020. If you are thinking of applying for a 2020/21 start or beyond, we recommend attending an alternative event on 6th July, 5th October, 9th November or 25th April. If these dates are not convenient for you, individual campus tours are also available, please contact [email protected] for details.
We do not share your data with third-party agents but may use licensed third-party systems to store it. We only use systems that are secure and password-protected. These include Akero, an enquiry management system. Internally, your data will be stored in SITS, our student record system. We only store data necessary to send information tailored to your interests, and we may store your data for up to 3 years. At any time, you can unsubscribe from our systems or request to have all your data removed.
We will store your data in an electronic database owned by the Higher Education Access Tracker service (HEAT), and this may be shared with the Office for Students (OfS) or the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) to help evaluate the effectiveness of this activity as part of government policy to increase access to higher education, and to support the development of future policy. We, HEAT and other authorised organisations listed may use some of this data in reports and publications anonymously – we or HEAT will NEVER publish your name or personal details or allow you to be identified from the data in publications. The University of Suffolk is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998. If you would like further clarification, or to opt out please email your name and address to [email protected]
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