We recognise that visiting a department, university and city can be a very valuable step in helping inform your degree choice. To help support you in the process, we provide a series of opportunities for prospective students and guests to visit Geography at Newcastle. Our Visit Days and Open Days are designed to reflect the needs of prospective students at varying stages of the application process.
Newcastle University holds Visit Days in the Summer and Autumn each year. There's a variety of activities to help you find out about Geography, the University, student life and the city. These include Geography talks and the opportunity to meet Geography staff and current students. Our Visit Days are designed for pre-applicant students, just embarking on the UCAS application process.
If you apply to Geography at Newcastle and we are able to make you a conditional offer, you will be invited to register to attend one of our departmental Open Days.
We strongly encourage all our offer holders, and guests, to visit us as part of our Open Day programme. Our Open Days run on selected Wednesdays through February and March.
Our Open Days are very popular and offer an engaging and interactive way to learn more about our research, teaching and life as a Geography student. We strongly value the importance of Open Days and you will have the opportunity to meet with a wide array of staff that will endeavour to provide as much information as possible.
More details about our Open Day schedules, and how to reserve your place, will be provided in our letters of invitation and on our Open Day registration page.
Where possible, we encourage prospective students to visit us as part of an organised Visit or Open day, allowing you to benefit from the range of activities on offer. However, we also recognise that this may not always be possible, so if you would like to visit Geography at Newcastle outside of the schedule, then please contact the Admissions Coordinator.
Teachers are welcome to attend our Visit Days and interact with Geography at Newcastle more generally. If you would like further information, then please contact our Geography Schools Liaison Coordinator.