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    Be a Part of Harper Ireland

    Posted 17 September 2007

    The New Brochure

    Harper Adams University College is very pleased to launch a brand new brochure that will help support current and potential students from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

    ‘Be Part of Harper Ireland’ helps explain about how to apply to be a student at the University College, finance for students from Northern Ireland and the Republic and all about Harper Ireland the social and support network which is the most popular and dynamic of all the clubs and societies at Harper Adams.

    We believe that it is important for students to know all about the University College before accepting an offer and that you feel that Harper Adams is the right place to study. You can attend Open Days and a two-day Higher Educational Choices Conference to experience Harper Adams first-hand. If you cannot make these, the University College can arrange a visit at your convenience. You may also be invited to attend the renowned Paddy’s Ball and the Harper Ireland Dinner.

    Harper Adams has high regard for the Irish students. Louis Mcauley, Chairman of Harper Ireland says “Our aim is to provide a link to prospective students long before their first day of their studies, to give them a feel for the excellent spirit among Irish students at Harper. Our members find that our club is most valuable for the way it helps Irish students to get used to living so far from home by organising trips and activities at weekends. We hope to show prospective students that making the decision to study across the water at Harper is a worthwhile and rewarding experience. As well as providing this service, being an Irish student at Harper creates a fantastic social group where you make life-long friends and have great fun!”

    If you require any further information or would like to receive a brochure please contact Admissions, +44 (0)1952 815000. E-mail: . The brochure is also available to download on-line at

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