Undergraduate

Mini Open Days

Mini Open Days

Explore our beautiful city-centre campus and discover more about the many opportunities on offer.

Our campus

Planning Your Day

Find out what's happening on the day and plan ahead to make the most of your visit.

Dates

We are hosting Mini Open Days on the following dates:

  • Friday 23 November 2018
  • Friday 30 November 2018

Each event takes places from 11:30 to 15:30

You can arrive at any time, but booking your place in advance is essential as our Mini Open Days are very popular. We also recommend arriving early to make the most of the activities on offer.

Programme

Take a look at the event programme to get an idea of the activities on offer:

Get an insight into life at Newcastle University through a range of Information Sessions covering topics such as:

  • The University and the City
  • Student Finance
  • How to get a lower offer through The PARTNERS Programme
  • Guidance on the UCAS application process

Find out more about the range of support available at our Information Fair, with representatives from the University's Student Services, including*:

  • Student Wellbeing
  • Accommodation
  • Student Finance
  • Sport
  • Student Services
  • The PARTNERS Supported Entry Route

 Additionally, you can meet current undergraduate students and take a look at the facilities available on-campus:

  • Take a student-led tour of the campus or explore on your own. To avoid disappointment, you can also book your Campus Tour now.
  • See other facilties including the Students' Union, libraries and and Sports Centre

The day is flexible, so you can plan your day based around what you want to see.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact us.

Book Your Place

Bookings are now open for our Mini Open Days, taking place throughout November 2018.

Campus Tours

Campus Tours will be taking place throughout each Mini Open Day. To avoid disappointment, you can also book your Campus Tour early.

Getting Here

Newcastle is easy to reach – just three hours from London by train and with easy access to the A1(M).

Use the Campus and City Map to find your way around the city.

The city-centre car parks can get very busy, so we recommend planning ahead and using public transport where you can.