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The best UK university open days in March and April 2022

Open days are a great way to figure out whether or not the university campus and city work for you. You can love the course all you like, but the journey to and from the campus from your hometown, the vibes when you’re there and everything else you’ll experience on the open day will help you to determine whether or not it’s the place for you. So we’ve got a list of some of the best university open days in March and April 2022.

March 3rd – University of Suffolk 

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University of Suffolk Open Days
Source: East Anglian Daily Times

Based in Ipswich, the University of Suffolk is a modern university that was established in 2007. It is a smaller university, with only around 10,000 students in total. The university was only given official university status in 2016, and is already ranking 67th in The Guardian’s national rankings. There are 17 members of staff on average per 1 student, and 13% of their students are international!

Sign up on their website for a place on their open day, and meet lecturers and other faculty whilst exploring the modern campus.

March 9th – University of Cumbria, Lancaster Campus

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University of Cumbria Open Day
Source: University of Cumbria

This university is another modern campus, launched only a decade or so ago. The institution offers a range of courses, and boasts the highest number of outdoor study courses in the UK, in part due to its location in the Lake District. There are about 10,000 students enrolled at the university, meaning you can benefit from smaller study groups in campuses across Carlisle, Lancaster and Ambleside.

Sign up for a place on their Lancaster Campus open day through their website and explore a true countryside university.

March 12th – Buckinghamshire New University 

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Buckinghamshire New University open day
Source: Buckinghamshire New University

Buckinghamshire New University dates back to 1891, and has four campuses in the Buckinghamshire countryside across Aylesbury Vale, High Wycombe, Missenden Abbey and Uxbridge. The university offers a range of courses in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, from normal courses like English and Health and Social Care to Cyber Fraud Detection.

Sign up on their website for a place on the open market and experience a university that straddles a city and the countryside to provide the best of both worlds.

March 12th – University of Westminster

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University of Westminster open days
Source: OYA School

Based in London, the University of Westminster has a number of well-known alumni, from Vivienne Westwood to Pink Floyd star Roger Waters. The university has been around since 1838 and took on its current name in 1992. The institution focuses on pioneering and internationalisation. There are over 22,000 students enrolled at the university from all over the globe. These students are split across four campuses – 3 in central London and one in northwest London.

Register for a place on their open day to see what it might be like to study for your degree in the nation’s busy capital.

March 16th – Ravensbourne University 

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Ravensbourne University open days
Source: Wikipedia

Focusing on digital media, design and other vocational courses, Ravensbourne University is a creative industries institution based merely minutes away from the O2 Arena. Founded in 1962, the university has a small student population, meaning the chance to work closely with staff and better access to any necessary equipment.

Sign up for a place on the open day to see all of the wonderful tech and livelihood at Ravensbourne University.

March 16th – University of Sunderland 

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University of Sunderland Open Days
Source: PDVL Overseas Advisory

The University of Sunderland was founded in 1901 as a technical college and became a university in 1992. It’s a world-leading university in several areas of research, boasting amazing research in pharmacy, engineering, sports, education and social work.

Book your place at the University of Sunderland open day on their website.

March 19th – BIMM Brighton 

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BIMM Open Days
Source: The Independent

BIMM has universities up and down the country, but BIMM Brighton is one of the most popular. Split across the city of Brighton and Hove, the university has a range of vocational music and entertainment based degrees and postgraduate courses. Explore their various campuses and see their top-level equipment and lecturers whilst enjoying the seaside city of Brighton!

Sign up on their website to get a place on their next open day.

March 19th – Staffordshire University 

Undergraduate Open Day

Staffordshire University open days
Source: Staffordshire University

In Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire University is a university that focuses on high-quality education in order to ensure high levels of graduate employability. They offer a range of courses and launch new courses each year. They are recognised as a top 40 university in the Guardian league tables and have expert faculty waiting to teach you!

Sign up on their website in order to register for a place on their next open day.

March 19th – Brunel University London 

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Brunel University London Open Days
Source: Brunel University London

Founded in 1966, Brunel University is located in Uxbridge, London. It is organised into 3 colleges based around Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences, Business, Arts and Social Sciences as well as Health and Life Sciences. The university is campus-based, meaning students are rarely more than 10 minutes away from halls and other facilities.

Register on their website for a place on their next open day!

March 19th – University of Bolton 

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University of Bolton open days
Source: Shiksha Study Abroad

Founded originally in 1825, the University of Bolton originally began as the Bolton Mechanics’ Institute. It then developed and eventually was given university status in 2004. There is a huge range of 60 nationalities in the university’s faculty and student body, representing the diversity of the area in the country that it sits in.

Why don’t you sign up on their website for a place on their open day!

March 26th – Teesside University 

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Teesside University open day
Source: Teesside University

Over in Middlesborough, this northeast university consists of five academic schools. There are specialist facilities on campus including a newsroom, broadcast studios and computing suites. Over 21,000 students are enrolled at the university, and it is rated 68th in the UK.

Register online for a place on their next university open day.

March 26th – University of Hertfordshire

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University of Hertfordshire open days
Source: Wikidata

Established as the Hatfield College of Technology in 1952, the university was given official status in 1992. The institution has an innovative approach to teaching with a wide range of work placements and overseas experiences that appeal to employers when graduates enter the job market. The university has recently had a £120 million campus upgrade, with cutting-edge facilities for their courses.

Sign up for a place on their open day on their website.

March 26th – University of Wolverhampton 

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University of Wolverhampton open days
Source: Express and Star

The University of Wolverhampton has 18 schools across four faculties that offer over 300 undergraduate and 200 postgraduate courses. The university is split into four main campuses, with a site in the city centre and a site near Walsall with a multimillion-pound sports centre and a brilliant performing arts hub.

Sign up for a place on this open day through the university website.

March 26th – Sheffield Hallam University 

Undergraduate Open Day

Sheffield Hallam University open days
Source: Sheffield Hallam University

The university was founded in 1843, originally as the Sheffield School of Design, and has been functioning as a university since 1992. The university is now one of the largest in the UK with over 30,000 students enrolled at any given time, including a whopping 4,000 students from overseas.

Take a trip to Sheffield Hallam, and book a place on their open day on their website.

March 26th – London South Bank University, Southwark

Undergraduate Open Day

London South Bank University open days
Source: The Guardian

The university’s been going for 125 years, and collaborates with the local boroughs to tackle social concerns within their city. The university is split across 3 campuses, and each campus is surrounded by world-class culture, music, food and everything else that London has to offer.

Enjoy everything the capital holds dear and register for a place on the open day via their website.

April 2nd – Coventry University 

Undergraduate Open Day

coventry university open day
Source: Coventry University

In 1843, this university was the Coventry School of Design. The university now has 50,000 learners enrolled on courses in their institution, both in the UK and studying in different countries. The university is recognised across the globe for its expertise in health, agroecology and peacebuilding.

Visit the university on their open day by booking a place on the open day on their site.

April 2nd – Bournemouth University 

Undergraduate Open Day

Bournemouth University open day
SourceL Bournemouth University

Sat in the seaside town of Bournemouth, this Dorset university can be traced back to the 20th century and became a university in 1992. It offers more than 150 undergraduate degrees and over 100 master’s degrees! The university is split into two campuses, the Talbot Campus and the Lansdowne Campus, both of which are simply a short walk from Bournemouth’s city centre.

You can sign up for a place on the open day by registering on their website.

April 2nd – University of South Wales 

Undergraduate Open Day

University of South Wales open days
Source: BBC

Founded in 2013, the University of South Wales is the result of merging both the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport. The university was at one point the 6th largest university in the UK, with over 33,000 students. The university’s campuses are split across Cardiff, Pontypridd and Newport, and are made up of four faculties.

Register for your place on the open day on the university’s open day.

April 5th – University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College

Undergraduate Open Day

University of Cambridge open day
Source: Wikimedia Commons

One of the top universities in the world, the University of Cambridge is split into colleges. Emmanuel College has a community of 500 undergraduates, 150 postgrads and 150 staff. Known as the ‘friendly college’, the college has an inclusive and supportive student community.

Explore the college and the city of Cambridge on an open day by signing up for a place on the open day online.

April 6th – London School of Economics and Political Science

Undergraduate Open Day

London School of Economics open days
Source: UCEAP

Ranked 27th in the world, this university is well-known for its high teaching standards. It is one of the best social science universities in the world and boasts associations with 16 Nobel prize winners. It is now home to 9,600 full time students from 140 countries and has international connections with universities in New York, Paris, Beijing, Singapore and Cape Town.

Take a trip into the capital and visit this university open day this April! Start by signing up to the event on their website.

April 13th – Cambridge University, Pembroke College

Undergraduate Open Day

University of Cambridge open day
Source: BBC

Another college of Cambridge University, Pembroke College is the third oldest college in the city. It was founded in 1347 by Marie de St Pol, the Countess of Pembroke. Choose from any of the courses offered by one of the greatest universities in the country, and enjoy a beautiful, tranquil college environment whilst you study.

Sign on for a place on this open day via the college’s website!

Also, don’t forget to pay attention to these key dates if you are applying for university courses this year. 

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