An Open Day is the perfect opportunity to find out about your future University. Our July Open Day is fast approaching and we have 6 amazing reasons for you to visit.
Meet your academics
So you know the course you’re interested in, now is the chance to meet the academic staff that will be teaching you. Subject taster sessions are also a great opportunity to meet some of your future course-mates.
Have a picnic on campus
As the summer heatwave continues this is a great chance to bring a picnic along and eat outside. London’s parks get very busy during the summer, so why not use our amazing, and comparatively tranquil, parkland campus for your Saturday picnic venue. We particularly recommend Froebel Lawn.
Visit our award winning Library
Our Library has recently been awarded a RIBA National Award for its architectural design. You can judge it for yourself during a tour.
Tour our campus & accommodation
There’s nothing better than the summer sunshine and green open spaces. Take a tour of our campus with one of our student ambassadors and take in all the sights and sounds. You will also have the opportunity to visit a selection of our on campus accommodation options.
Grab yourself a free ice cream
We’ll be giving away free ice-creams to all attending.
BONUS REASON: England v Sweden will be screened on campus in Digby Diner
As Gareth Soutgate’s Three Lions continue on their thrilling World Cup run we know the nation will be glued to the action come 3pm on Saturday. We’ll be screening the game on campus in the Digby Diner and would love for you all to join us.
Those wishing to attend the Open Day and then watch the football elsewhere will have plenty of time to do so. The first of our subject sessions (11am) will finish at 12:30pm.
Click here to book your place for July 7; then sit back, relax and watch England book their place in a World Cup semi-final (we hope).
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