Why come to an open day?
Our open days are designed to inform and inspire you and to help you make the right decision about your next step.
You'll find out what it's like to be a student here and how we can help you develop your own unique career plan.
Everything you need to know about the University of Gloucestershire is covered in our Uni Essentials sessions.
We'll help answer the three big questions students face:
- How do I get onto my dream course?
- How can I afford to go?
- Where will I live?
Hear from our lecturers and students and get a real insight into what it's like to study here and take part in our Discover More hands-on, drop in sessions.
Visit our Open Day Hub and get personal advice from our lecturers and representatives from Your Future Plan, finance, accommodation, admissions, student support and our Students' Union.
At the open day you can book a student-run campus and accommodation tour at a time to suit you, or take a self-guided tour.
New student village open!
Our brand new Pittville Student Village is now open. You can take a virtual tour of the site and apartments online, then come and see all the facilities at an open day.
Virtual tours of the university
Find out more about Pittville facilities
Forthcoming open day dates
|Saturday 23 September 2017 |
(Primary Teacher Training)
|10am - 4pm*|
|Saturday 30 September 2017||10am - 4pm*|
|Sunday 29 October 2017||10am - 4pm*|
|Sunday 19 November 2017||10am - 4pm*|
*Exact times for open days will be confirmed nearer to the day
Download your open day programme
Francis Close Hall campus programme - Home to Art and Design, Education, Health and Social Care, Liberal Arts, Natural and Social Sciences
Park campus programme -Home to Computing and Technology, Media
Oxstalls campus programme - Home to Events and Hospitality, Nursing, Performing Arts, Sport and Exercise
Business School programme
Teacher Training programme
Teaching Excellence Framework
The University of Gloucestershire has been awarded a Silver rating in recognition of its “high quality teaching” in the Government’s latest university rankings system, published on 22 June 2017. Watch our video.