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Our next undergraduate open day is on
Friday 30 June 2017

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Open days:

​Why come to an open day?

Our open days have been designed to inform and inspire you and to help you make the right decision about your next step. You will find a range of sessions including how to write a personal statement, a guide to creating a strong UCAS application and advice on how to ace an interview.

Get information about student loans, applications and university accommodation. Meet other students and discover more about our degrees with exciting sessions with our lecturers. These more hands-on opportunities will enhance your day and help you get a better feel of what it’s like to be a student with us. Explore the campus you could study at and visit our halls of residence on a student-run tour.

You will also have the opportunity to meet with the lecturers, chat to current students and find out more about what life is like in Gloucestershire.

Forthcoming open day dates 

​Date​Time
​Friday 30 June 2017​​10am - 4pm*
​Sunday 2 July 2017​​10am - 4pm*
​Saturday 23 September 2017 (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 confimed nearer to the date.

Book an open day and discover where the University of Gloucestershire could take you. From working in New York to starting your own business, Your Future Plan supports you to be the best graduate you can be and it all starts with an open day.

Alternatively, if have already applied and are holding an offer with us, book an applicant day and find out whether we are the right place for you to study.

 

I wanted to work in New York.

I found a way to create my own illustration business.

My dream was to become a professional film maker.

My photographs are being published in magazines.

Teaching has given me a life to be proud of.

I stepped out of my comfort zone to work in New York.

I make computer games for a living.

We performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.