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Our live streams are relaxed and informal – they’re an opportunity for you to ask questions and find out what you need to know. From Q&As with current students to discussions with our advisers, they are designed to help you get your questions answered first-hand from the people who know it best.

You can also gain the full interactive DMU experience with course-specific information by booking your place on our September or October Digital Open Days.

If you're interested in postgraduate study, check out our postgraduate live streams.


DMUTalks: Applying to University series

DMU is proud to present the Applying to University Series. Aired across five weeks, the series will focus on a student's transition from school and college to university. Each episode is live streamed and has a panel of experienced staff, current students and DMU graduates, to provide you with invaluable insight into how to approach UCAS, choose your university and find your perfect course. 

Our diverse panel of students and staff will discuss all things university-related - from academia to employability and how to make the most of life on campus. We highly recommend tuning in every week to get the most out of the series.

Like all of our live streams, you’ll be able to comment and ask questions before or during the episode, so book your place below, tell us what you want to know, and get involved.

Upcoming live streams

Nursing and Midwifery Application Support | Wednesday 30 September, 10am

Now more than ever our country is relying on a professional and skilled NHS workforce to take care of the nation as we tackle the ongoing pandemic. Are you considering a career as a Nurse or a Midwife and want to be able to help and make a difference? Join us for a live steam where academics and current students from the Leicester School of Nursing and Midwifery discuss the reasons why a career in nursing and midwifery might be right for you and hear more about how to apply and start your journey at DMU in 2021.

DMUTalks Episode 3 - Researching University | Thursday 1 October, 7pm

Now that you understand how UCAS works, you need to narrow down from the 250,000 courses on offer at more than 100 institutes in the UK. In this episode we’ll share our top tips on how to choose a university and a course that is right for you, with advice from our current students about how they made their decisions.

DMUTalks Episode 4 - Personal Statements | Tuesday 6 October, 7pm

The personal statement is what helps to differentiate you and your application from other students. It can sometimes be a daunting part of the process, especially if you are writing it alongside your studies. We will be breaking down the personal statement, discussing how to avoid some common errors, as well as providing insight into how to make yours really stand out.

DMUTalks Episode 5 - Student Life | Wednesday 14 October, 7pm

One of the most enjoyable aspects of going to university is the student life. We have selected a wide range of speakers who all enjoyed very different university experiences. Our panel will be sharing some of these, and highlighting the opportunities available to make your time at university as memorable as possible!

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DMUTalks: Applying to University series

DMU is proud to present the Applying to University series. Aired across five weeks, the series will focus on a student's transition from school and college to university. Each episode is live streamed and has a panel of experienced staff, current students and DMU graduates to provide you with invaluable insight into how to approach UCAS, choose your university and find your perfect course.

Like all of our live streams, you’ll be able to comment and ask questions before or during the episode, so book your place below, tell us what you want to know, and get involved.

Episode 1: Why HE?

Episode 2: What is UCAS?

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