Events on campus
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Our Open Days take place in June, August, October and November. We also have a programme of regular on-campus events, workshops, and HE experience days.
Our Open Days are your best opportunity to find out what it's like to study at the University of Bradford.
You can join tours of our campus and accommodation, speak to current students, and meet the academics you'll be learning from.
Taster Day Conferences
Open to students in year 11 and 12 and those studying towards an Access to Higher Education Diploma, the taster day conferences offer the chance for students to experience what it's like studying at the University of Bradford and to meet some of our current students.
Higher Education Experience Days
Our on campus Higher Education Experience Days are appropriate for years 7 – 13, and Access to Higher Education students. We offer a range of programmes tailored to the age of the students visiting us.
The optional sessions within the programme allow you to choose activities which cater for the student's specific areas of interest.
Information on the activities we can deliver for each year group can be found here:
To enable us to offer your students the best experience, we require bookings for Higher Education visits to be made a minimum of 6 weeks in advance.
Applicant Experience Days
Designed specifically for University of Bradford applicants, these Applicant Experience Day events showcase wider elements of life at the University and our world leading research.
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, we are not offering campus visits at the present time.
You can take a virtual tour of our campus, facilities and accommodation with our Virtual Experience.
We will publish updated details as soon as we're able to offer campus tours again.
Speak to an academic
We offer the opportunity for individuals interested in postgraduate study to have a telephone conversation with an academic from the course(s) that you're interested in.