Booking is highly recommended and will ensure a quick registration process on arrival.
When you book, you will be emailed a link to your schedule for the day and other useful information, including directions and travel information, a few days before your visit.
The link in the email will contain a barcode which we will scan from your phone when you arrive.
Yes, you will be sent an immediate confirmation email when you book online which will include a link to your unique barcode and the subject area sessions you have booked on to.
Your confirmation email may have been prohibited by your computer's security setting, or diverted by your spam/junk mail filter; please check your junk mail folder. Alternatively, there may be an error in the email address. If you think you may have entered an incorrect email address or would like your confirmation resent, please contact us and we will do our best to help you.
If you would like to change or amend any details of your booking, please refer to your confirmation email and click on the link to change or cancel your booking.
Once you make your amends, your schedule will be updated. Please remember to check junk/spam folders for this email in case it does not deliver to your inbox.
No, we will not be taking bookings for attendance at specific talks and workshops. You are free to attend any talks you wish on the day.
No, campus tours take place throughout the day and accommodation tours take place every half an hour allowing them to fit in at a time to suit you. Both tours are given by our experienced student ambassadors.
Please check the timetables for details of when our tours take place.
Alternatively, feel free to take a self-guided tour of the campuses. Information and maps will be made available to help you find your way around and student ambassadors will be on hand to provide you with answers to your questions.
Registration opens from 10.00am and the day finishes at 4.00pm (except Roehampton Vale campus which finishes at 1.30pm). Please refer to the timetables for full details.
No. You can attend any part of the Open Day you wish, although we do advise you to attend all talks and take part in the various activities happening throughout the day.
Yes, you are welcome to bring up to three guests (parents, family and/or friends) with you to the Open Day.
When you book you will see which campus your subject talk is at, but you can visit more than one campus if appropriate to your interests.
If you'd like to visit one of our other campuses for additional talks or tours you can catch one of our free shuttle buses to travel between campuses.
We advise you to consider what else you would like to see which may be located on a different campus; you can then plan your day.
When you book your place you will receive a confirmation email with a link to your unique barcode which we will scan when you arrive.
If you have not booked, don't worry; you can register on the day in the main entrance when you arrive.
On the day, printed programmes will be available from the registration desk.
We have a free intersite shuttle bus service running between each campus throughout the day. These run approximately every 20 minutes, though times may vary due to traffic on the day.
Don't worry! Just speak to someone on the welcome desk or a student ambassador who will be able to help.
Please visit our how to find us pages for maps and directions to each campus.
There is limited parking available on campus sites which is free during open days. To find out more about parking, visit our how to find us pages.
Yes, parking is available for blue badge holders at all campuses.
All our venues have disabled access. Staff or student ambassadors will be available to assist on the day.
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Yes, we will have free tea and coffee stations at our campuses. You can also purchase food and drink from our on-site campus cafes.
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