School of Mathematics & Statistics

Open Days

University Open Days

Open days are a chance for prospective students to explore the Newcastle University campus, talk to the admissions team and visit their chosen school of study.

Prospective undergraduates

Newcastle University holds open days for prospective undergraduate students in the Summer and Autumn of each year.

On the day, there'll be a variety of activities to help you find out about the University, student life and the city. You'll also have the opportunity to discuss your options with staff and students from the school.

For more information, visit the open day website.

Post application visit days

After you apply, you'll be invited to a post application visit day at your school. This visit day is an opportunity to talk to our admissions team, teaching staff and current undergraduate students.

We'll happy to answer any questions you might have about our courses, the university, and what it's like living in Newcastle. Students and staff will give talks on the essentials of student life here and the activities of the School of Mathematics and Statistics. You'll be shown around the school and the campus by our students, and taken on a tour of the city and accommodation.

School post application visit days are usually held in December, February and March. Friends and family are welcome to come along. If you'd like to come to an visit day but have not yet applied, please contact us.

A confirmed programme will be provided on the day. These example programmes give an idea of how the day will run:

Students meet outside of the Student Union building ready for an Open Day tour.

Prospective postgraduates

We hold post application visit days for prospective postgraduate students to come and look around their school, explore the campus and talk to staff and students. For more information, please visit the university's Postgraduate website or contact us.