Our Open Days give you the chance to speak to lecturers and students about the courses on offer, tour the campus, attend talks about university life and how to support your studies. Our university staff and students will be available to answer questions about the courses on offer, how to apply, student welfare, financial support and student accommodation.
When are the next Open Days?
You can choose to attend Open Days on any of the following dates. To register your place please complete the form at the bottom of this page.
- Thursday 11th January 2018, 5.30pm to 8.00pm
- Saturday 30th June 2018, 10.00am to 3.00pm
If you cannot attend an Open Day, why not attend a Campus Visit? These last 90 minutes and include everything you would expect from an Open Day except the opportunity to speak to course lecturers. Campus visits must be booked in advance to attend - click here for dates and to book a campus visit.
What talks are at the Open Days?
We have a series of information talks (Welcome to UCP / Student Finance / Student Life at UCP) which you are recommended to attend as they will give invaluable knowledge before starting university. Each talk will last 10 to 15 minutes with the opportunity to ask questions. No advance booking is required, just turn up 5 minutes before the talk starts. The times of the talks are included in your welcome guide on the day.
Do you offer tours of the campus?
Campus tours are led by a Student Ambassador and will start at the UCP reception on the ground floor. They will take place every 30 minutes and last 10 minutes. No advance booking is required, just turn up 5 minutes before the tour starts.
Can I bring friends or family with me?
Your friends and family are welcome to come with you and can also attend the talks and tours.
Is car parking available for visitors?
There is free car parking on our campus for visitors to the Open Day.
Is there disabled access?
There are lifts to access all floors of the university campus. Disabled car parking is available at the rear of the main building. Please ask a member of university staff and they will be able to assist.