The Glasgow School of Art
Thursday 29th October
164 Renfrew Street
Undergraduate Open Day
The next Undergraduate Open Day will be held on Thursday 29th October. Online Registration for this event will open in Summer 2015.
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
100 Renfrew Street
Come to our free open days in 2015 and discover how you could flourish as an artist by studying and living here.
Open days for 2015 will be on the following days:
Registration for open days happens one month in advance of the day. Please check back on our home page one month before your chosen day to find the links to registration. In order to attend our open day, you must be registered in advance. Due to limited places available in our workshops, we will not be able to cater for walk-ups on the day.
On the day you can expect to meet current students, speak with School of Drama lecturers, including Heads of Department, as well as receive a tour of the facilities, accommodation and speak to Admissions.
30th September 2015
16:00 to 19:00
At our open days you can ask staff and students about UWS. Visit us at the events listed and find a relaxed and informative way to plan your next steps towards University life.
Visit us to find out about our range of full-time, part-time and online learning degree and postgraduate options in:
Health, Nursing and Midwifery
As we have many courses on offer across our four campuses, we want you to come and visit us at the campus where your course area of interest is offered. Take a tour of our facilities and visit our student residences, discuss your interests and entry qualifications with academic staff, and our Student Services Team will be on hand to offer advice on funding your studies and graduate careers. SAAS representatives will be available at all campus events.
This event is FREE.
University of Stirling
Saturday 19th September 2015
Saturday 31st October 2015
09:00 to 15:00
These are days when school pupils, college students, parents, teachers, careers advisers and anyone else interested in studying at the University of Stirling are welcome to come and visit. We hold tours of the campus, offer presentations, talks and displays. A range of information desks are also available where you can speak to University staff, academics, and current students.
Both days will run from approx. 9.00am - 3.00pm. Registration will open from 8.30am. Academic presentations will run from 11.40am through to 3.00 pm. Academic showrooms will be open from 10am - 3pm.
What to expect on an Open Day
A visit to an Open Day provides you with information about what it is like to study at Stirling and allows you to find out all you need to know about the application process. There are a number of valuable presentations, including:
In addition, you can tour the campus with our Student Ambassadors and see our facilities for yourself, and talk to academic staff and students about your subject choices.
The programme for 2015 is still to be finalised. To give you an idea of what to expect please consult our draft Open Day Programme for the 2014 Open Days.
This event is FREE.
Wednesday 2nd September 2015
9:30 to 15:00
Our September Open Day offers a unique and exciting opportunity to absorb the atmosphere at one of the UK's top Universities, whilst experiencing a taste of student life in Scotland's largest and most vibrant city.
If you are thinking about studying at the University of Glasgow we would be delighted to welcome you along to our Open Day on Wednesday 2nd September 2015.
Our 2015 September Open Day will run between 9.30am-3.00pm with talks, tours and activities scheduled within these times. The day is entirely yours to come and go as you please, and for you to visit everything which interests you.
Should you have any further questions please e-mail mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you.
Glasgow Caledonian University Open Day provides the opportunity for prospective undergraduate students to explore our modern and vibrant city centre campus and have the opportunity to find out more about the extensive range of programmes the university has to offer. Academic representatives from the university's academic schools and representatives from various support departments will be on hand all day to answer any questions you may have.
There is also a comprehensive programme of talks throughout the day including specific subject talks, SAAS, UCAS, Student Association and Study Abroad and Exchange talks. A range of specific tours, including accommodation and departmental tours will also be available.
The Event is FREE. Guests do not have to be registered as they are welcome as guests on your ticket.